I was an applicant . (Former Employee) – Pennsville, NJ – April 11, 2012
They don't tell you that you will be selling an air filtration system for Rexair till you get to the scheduled interview, which turns out to be a group informational session with all the other applicants. You get $30 for every home visit (client), and an extra $100 for each sale. They said the odds are that 3 out of 5 clients purchase this product which is $2000-$3000.
They are very flexible with your schedule and boasted about the bonuses/gift incentives for employees.
Do not Be Fooled - It is NOT a Customer Service Job
Applicant (Former Employee) – New Castle, DE – October 23, 2012
This company has grossly misrepresented themselves in acquiring individuals to come in to interview for a "Customer Service" position. Upon arrival, 20 other people had the same appointment time so now you realize it is a "group" interview. The owner then tries his best to pitch you on the great qualities of the overpriced $2400+ vacuum cleaner that they sell (leaving out the price of it of course). Then you are told, this is not a Customer Service position, it is "Customer Relations" which he says involves interacting with people. A few minutes later he then says, you will be doing "Sales" If I wanted a sales position I would have APPLIED for a SALES POSITION. But there is no way in this economy that you are going to get me to call on my friends, family and neighbors and pitch them on why they should purchase a $2400+ vacuum cleaner from me! Not to mention having to lug a unit and its accessories into and out of people's homes to demonstrate it? For $15 an hour? No thank you. This company has wasted my time as well as numerous others that were in that group interview. No wonder why people were walking out!
yes it is a great product that i am very familiar with.
company misrepresents itself; their product is way overpriced.