I called W.I.T this morning for an interview because they seemed to be a legitimate public relations firm. The woman (Samantha) said she would review my resume and call me back later. She didn't call back, so I called her in the afternoon, at which point she said she was about to call me.
She asked me if I'd like to come in for an interview the next day, which was odd because we hadn't even discussed anything on my resume or anything else for that matter. She scheduled me for an afternoon interview and told me I'd be meeting at the PIMA medical building in Denver for a 2:45 PM interview with Sean or Kanye.
In the online form I'd completed earlier in the day, I'd indicated a preference for a public relations or account management position, so I asked her if she thought I'd be a good fit for either of those. She said I would receive 6 months of training in a broad range of disciplines, including sales and marketing, public relations, management and a few other things.
I then told her it all seemed to easy, which it was.
Thank you for these posts. It's bad anyone had to get scammed, but you've saved me from a similar fate.