Jobs are scams
Interviewee, Seattle WA - May 24, 2012
You will be funneled into a webinar "interview" with 300-400 other applicants from across the US.
After 30-40 min sales pitch on how flexible, easy and LUCRATIVE this industry is you will be asked to open a second internet browser. To type in a URL code which will take you to a page where you will be able to choose option A or B should you want to work with this organization.
Option A: two easy payments of $175
Option B: one easy payment of $350
This is a scam.
They sell job postings to hundreds of applicants. After you've paid for for access to there "back office" you and multiple other individuals will all cutting and pasting the same job descriptions onto the same job boards provided. Hoping you'll get lucky, stand out and thus receive resumes from qualified applicants whom you can then schedule for an interview. You would get paid only if your applicant secured the job. For the privileged of repeating work that other BengenCooper recruiters have already done before you... you'll get to cough up hundreds of dollars.
I'm sure after reading this review they will simply change their name and report their add.
Job applicant be mindful. If the advertisement is to good to true..... "entry level, all training provided, thousands to be made" Yes it is just that, a fraud.