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30+ days ago

Job Title: Management Trainee

Trilogy Financial Services Scottsdale, AZ

Trilogy is seeking enthusiastic, career-minded, self-motivated individuals for our Management Trainee position. College graduates and those new to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Job Title: Financial Advisor

Trilogy Financial Services Scottsdale, AZ

Trilogy is seeking enthusiastic, career-minded, self-motivated individuals for our Financial Advisor position. College graduates and those new to the… Glassdoor


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Trilogy Financial Services CEO, Founder and Owner Jeff Motske
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    Former Employee - Financial Executive in Torrance, CA
    Former Employee - Financial Executive in Torrance, CA

    I worked at Trilogy Financial Services full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    They pay for licensing and training. It's very informative especially if you have an interest in investments. The offices and people are nice.

    Cons

    It's essentially a sales job, and they won't tell you that in the beginning. They'll tell you you're not selling anything, but you ultimately are. Trilogy expects you to book 5-8 client meetings a week from only your personal contacts and referrals, which was difficult for me because more than half of my contacts live out of state. They also require you to then generate gross sales of $2000 for the first month, $4000 for the second, and $6000 every month after, all from your referrals and contacts. What make matters worse is that if you choose to start with a base salary plus 10% commission and are not able to meet your quota in the first three months, your compensation gets converted to 20% commission only, thus shrinking your income. Also, the very high E&O rates come out of your pocket if you don't make enough commissions to cover it every month. Trilogy doesn't tell you this until you receive the employment contract, which is inconsistent with the offer of employment initially given before the licensing and training starts. I left within a week of working at Trilogy.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be more transparent with the job description and the compensation structure when first meeting with prospective employees. Of course doing so may force you change your recruitment tactics, hopefully for the better.

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