I have recently returned from a job interview from “Infusion Enterprises” or “Claims World Wide” (Infusion enterprises was on the job posting, Claims worldwide was on the brochure.) Before I went for the interview I figured I would check “infusion enterprises” out . Infusion enterprises had two websites which were not finished. links to information abut the manager showed a blank page, hourly salary changed from each posting. (18.00 on craigslist, 15.00 on drexels site and 17.00 on there official web page) their word press had one picture with no information other than “march madness”?, and still no information of who runs the place. I decided to try facebook, they had a group of photos all from the same meeting. I couldn’t find any information on them or the sponsor they claim to work with. So I assumed sine there facebok page had just been made that they were a start up. The building the office was in looked nice, from the outside. You could believe that a business would be in there. They had me sold until saw the office. When ever you enter an office, take a look around. Real offices have phones desks, space for people to move around. The way things are set up should be whats best for working. Or at the bare minimal an office phone. The office looked like it was falling apart. Chairs stack against the wall,exposed wires coming from the floor, tables placed on the outside of the room. (If the business wont even put money into their office. What makes you think they would put money in your pocket?) The truth is the only thin they offer is training to learn from them and get certified to certify others. It is the modern day pyramid scheme. (Someone brings you in, you bring more people in, they bring people in and so forth.) You will always pay up to the person above you, if you want a raise or a promotion then you have to bring in more people. If you wanted you could pay them to train you but after that your on your own. They do not provide customers. What they do is provide training. (They might tell you about the many conventions that you can go to for networking clients. But those cost money as well.) If your look for a job and not one another scam then here are 10 ways to spot the fakes.
Their slogans involves you getting paid
A high hourly wage with no experience required
Offers rapid promotions
Their office is full of randomly placed office supplies
If “only a selected few will be asked to stay for orientation”
If the person setting the appointments is also one of the manager.
If it is a group interview but there is no group.
If they hand you a clip board with an application that says marketing representative
If they ever ask who owns your home
If the posting is too good to be true
If your ever on the ropes and your looking for a job Infusion enterprises aka Claims world wide, is not your answer. The only thing they will provide is training. And if anyone comments about Infusion enterprises not being a scam its because they work there.