You're told that it's a call center but it's actually telemarketing. You're told it's incoming calls but it's actually people receiving random ringless calls which is exactly like cold calling. The pay is $10 / hour for 2 weeks then increases to $15. However, I left after 10 days because the owners are just too focused on money, money, money. I wasn't the only one, others from my training class were quitting left and right. I won't say it's a bad company, but just not my style.
Training is somewhat good and strict (only 4 days for myself) but after that, you are thrown to the wolves. The "coaches" and I use that term lightly are younger girls dressed scantily like they are going to the club which apparently the male-dominated owners love. However, these "coaches" spend most of their time chatting with each other, texting on their phones or taking pictures with other "coaches" to post on social media. Makes you think how these little girls even got the position. Just saying.
No breaks, $10 / hr training (not a living wage), Professional dress attire in a telemarketing setting.