I’m talking about the kind where people walk door-to-door selling stuff, literally.
I’m out of a job and need a source of income bad. So I came across an ad promising a base pay of $420 a week. I called it and the next day they got back to me. The past three days I’ve sat in the training where this gorgeous girl talks about how easy this job is and how you can literally make a thousand dollars a week by selling vaccuums. :rolleyes:
Yeah right. It’s obviously a scam.
But is it really? I mean someone’s gotta be making money if they’re doing this. And, these managers say they’ve made a lot of money doing it and they started where I’d be at now. So actually the only obvious thing is that this works for somebody.
After reading the contract though, there’s some catches. What they call a qualified presentation has to meet some standards and if you don’t meet them they don’t have to pay you.
So it seems like a gamble to me. Chances are it’s not going to work and you’re not going to get anywhere and make any money. But you can get lucky and actually make a good living out of this type of thing.
And I went to college for this!!!:smack:
Anyways, whats the dope consensus on these types of get rich quick schemes? I’m sure people have experience with these types of jobs and maybe even some inside information on how these organizations work. I got the weekend to think it over, PLEASE, help me out so I don’t make yet another bad decision.