Chris Wiloth & AssociatesBogus Company

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Receieved an email which states:

Wiloth and Associates is expanding our offices in Texas and we are seeking
candidates to fill the position of Sales Representative/Sales Leader.

The successful candidate will be supported from our location in Houston
while working in an approximate radius of 60 miles from a home office
setting. After reviewing your resume on-line, I feel that you have the
necessary qualifications to be a candidate for a position with us.

We will be conducting interviews in our Houston Divisional Office this week
and would like to schedule an interview with you.

The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss the details of the position
including compensation.

To set up an interview, please call our Divisional Office at [protected],
on Monday, November 24th. We'll give you directions to our Divisional
office upon confirmation of the interview.

I'll be looking forward to your call.

Sincerely,

Chris Wiloth
Divisional Sales Leader
[protected]


* IMMEDIATE WEEKLY CASH

* CALL ON PROSPECTS THAT HAVE REQUESTED TO SEE YOU

* PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

* PRESTIGIOUS PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

* ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

* COMPANY SPONSORED STOCK OWNERSHIP PROGRAM

* BONUS PROGRAMS AND TRIPS

* POTENTIAL TO EARN UP TO $100, 000+ ANNUALLY

According to www.ripoff.com, this company is completely bogus and hires you to sell insurance only after you pay them money to become licensed. I sent them an email which asked whether the salary was only based on commission or if was a base salary plus commission.

This was their response:
Pays 150, 000 a year base plus company car, medical benefits, bonus's that
can exceed your base, company trips. Last year Hawaii the year before
Caribbean cruise !!!

I decided not to call them or schedule an interview.

I hope this helps!

Responses

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    baller82 Feb 24, 2010

    This complaint seems bogus. I currently just got hired on about a month ago and the company is nothing like you have complained about. There is a start up fee, but it is to get your insurance license because you are an independent contractor...just as any other independent contractor position that requires a license you are usually responsible for getting your own license. Other than that i highly doubt they would have offered you a base salary or company car cause they do not offer anyone this.

    Check your facts before posting stupid comments on the internet

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