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8 days ago

Operations / Inventory Assistant;

Cellular Sales New York, NY

We currently are looking for an Operations/Inventory Assistant to work in our North Babylon, NY office. This is a full time position rewarded with a… Cellular Sales


24 days ago

Wireless Sales Representative

Cellular Sales New York, NY +4 locations

Over the past four years, Cellular Sales has received the Inc. 5000 award as one of the fastest growing privately owned companies. We are… Cellular Sales


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Cellular Sales Founder & CEO Dane Scism
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    formerly great opportunity trending down

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    Current Employee - Wireless Sales Consultant  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Wireless Sales Consultant in New York, NY

    I have been working at Cellular Sales full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    great market position, still very autonomous, you can still make great money with very few sales-for example I have made $400 and $500 and $600 for the day several times, so It can still be done.

    Cons

    they seem to reward dishonesty, and they make it hard to earn commission, I was due a commission check but 2 days before the company sent an email explaining that we were not getting one. so on paper you can earn over $200 a day but the comp plan gives them soo many opportunities to charge you more than you made that your lifestyle could be like a minimum wage worker. and its nepotism at all cost no matter how many good people the company looses they keep bringing in these country boys who are soooooo dishonest and shady. They actually promoted people who committed insurance fraud against the company, but fired people for being late.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    just convert to base salary and be honest about challenges instead of placing blame, and start promoting people based on merit-not because they were willing to do anything to get numbers.

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