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The Idaho center has been phenomenal, they are so accepting and motivating. Compared to other sales jobs I have had, these guys actually teach the art of persuasion as it was meant to be. There will be plenty of haters because it is a tough job and (like with every door to door opportunity) sometimes you catch people at the wrong time and they cuss you out. Its part of the job, and pays exceptionally well to the special few who are willing to stick it out.

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Be genuine and honest. Also you need to open minded and hard working, now days it’s hard to find young people who know how to see the vision of the office/company and what there real potential is because they simple don’t want to put in the time and work hard.

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No, they never will

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There are virtually zero benefits that this company offers for vast majority of its employees.

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Not very often. once a year?

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Fine for a student taking classes in the morning if you don't mind working late at night

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Nope A lot of calls wait time is usually 20 mintues, which means a lot of call volume all day everyday

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It took me about 2 weeks. However, I had two friends that already worked here previous to my start date.

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They promise you the world to make you quit your job to work for them. Make sure you ask a lot of questions because they will mislead you and promise a lot of bonuses, reimbursements, etc. Just make sure you get everything in writing and ask for specifics about pay structure because everyone starts differently. Good news is that they pretty much will hire anyone that can walk. So if you need a job you will 100% get hired just say yes.

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