They bring you in for multiple interviews and are very vague about what the job actually entails. They advertise this job as having a salary of 42,000 but when you finally get the specifics from them, it's actually a commission only job (no hourly pay at all). You're not going to be making anywhere near 42k. They said you will be working 11-12 hour days starting at 7am, and 8 of those hours will be in a kiosk trying to get people to sign up for free government phones. They sell you (and trust me, they really are SELLING you. Everyone is obviously working from a script) on their "management training program" that will supposedly see you as a manager within 6-8 months. They draw it out for you and it's pretty much a corporate pyramid scheme.
I wouldn't even be upset with them if they had just advertised this job as what it really is. There are lots of commission only jobs out there. And lots of jobs working in a kiosk. I just wouldn't have wasted 6+ hours of my life going through their interview process to find out they were offering a job that was nothing like they described.
"Management training program"
Commission only, working in a kiosk