I agree with almost all other reviewers, good or bad reviews, because I can see that working with this firm could be a great experience in an area where there was sufficient continuity work---and very little of the wild goose chases that were unprofitable to me. In that case you might actually make the $12.00/hour that they say they pay. They have step by step instructions online, but for those one-time jobs the effort spent studying their instructions at home, my travel time, sometimes storing their supplies, sometimes waiting 15 to 30 minutes for store staff to provide required input, making appointments in some cases, and learning in-store that what they said about the job is not relevant to the locations they sent me to eliminated any chance of profitability. I gave it a month, but based on the value of time, car expenses, aggravation, and time to upload the before-after-during pictures and all their reading & reporting procedures that they require, it was not worth my time. I actually miss my recurring toy endcap and dvd jobs, they were fun and worthwhile, but much of the rest of it was a nightmare in my short time.
Recurring jobs were worthwhile.
Management is not up front about profitability for the rep, some of the home office staff were condescending and rude.