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A recruiter, who either lies or is clueless, answers questions. The job was posted as full time, but turns out to be 20 hours. No mileage is paid!!! its a lie...they only pay mileage if you travel over 60...and do not pay drive time from your house to your first store. [ya will be driving every day to a store , some over 50 miles from your house]. No benefits. complicated on line training. But, its an easy interview since they are always hiring because eveyone is lied to so they quit.

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Phone interview with recruiter. Paperwork for background check submitted online. Followed up by an offer letter a couple days later. The actual getting started is a process. What a cluster!! Its been over 2 weeks since hire date and havent started. They stated the position is for my area Tacoms Wa. and close within. I just quit another company for massive mileage and little compensation as I explained to recruiter and supervisor. Come to find out.. this isnt in my area only. In fact only one day I'm scheduled is scheduled for this town I live in. The rest I've had to get on Google Maps and clock them as far as miles and time which are not compensated for if it's an hour or under I will be sitting in traffic for 4 hours out of the day for a couple of the work assignments with no compensation. I'm starting to think that the flexibility is not going to be worth the time put in. A few cents over minimum wage. No benefits unless full-time and we have to claim our earnings and and do taxes on our own. -

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The people I interacted with do not seem very educated and some of them did not seem to understand retail and were not invested.

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Yes, it pays weekly.

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Yes. Only as a 2nd job tho. Maybe even a 3rd

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It did not take long because the interview was over the phone and I was headed to work nearly the next day.

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None. travel from your home to your first store is NOT paid at all.

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Nope sure don't

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Yes they do and whomever answered "No we dont" doesn't represent the company

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Someone trains you for a few hours and then you are off on your own.

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