Originally Posted by ghostFL
It IS legit. Haha.
I'm starting off at 500$ a week, but she told me I was a great looking candidate for the management position and she'd be watching me in the next 4 weeks for it.
Thanks for the rep buddy.
The company is owned by Warren Buffet, second richest dude in the world.
I'm still not 100% sure what I'm selling or the company, I get all that info on Saturday.
edit: WOOHOO! THAT PUT ME AT 3 BARS, SENSEI! THANKS!!!!
I hate to agree with everyone, but this dude didn't get to be the richest man in the world (rated by Forbes) by paying for thousands of dollars in free vacations for every employee, four times a year, sounds like a hook to get you in, what qualifications do you have for management...? that's the biggest scam in the world, "hey, you're not nearly qualified, but you blew me away at the interview, you could be management material", a lot of those "management" positions are just a way of saying you'll be "managing" your own sales and nothing more, no people working under you or any real responsibility, if you get a job that you're under qualified for, there's almost always a catch somewhere along the way...
and about the vacation, I've never heard of that before, even with the bigger companies, I have heard of a "paid vacation" though, and that isn't anything like you're describing, a "paid vacation" is just you getting your normal paycheck while on vacation, I've never heard of any company actually paying all your personal expenses while on vacation, think about it, snowboarding, hell, anything in Japan, easily $2-3,000 a week, and they're gonna do that 4 times a year...? could be upwards of $10,000, and you're only getting paid between $24-27,000 per year (base salary without commissions)...? sounds waaaaayyyy too good to be true to me, make sure you read the fine print on the employment contract before you sign your life away, especially if you have to pay for and be responsible for your supply before selling it...
good luck, I hope you really have stumbled upon a jackpot, but be very wary of this "opportunity"...