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9 days ago

Entry Level Sales / Customer Service - Part time / Full Time

Vector Marketing Orlando, FL +2 locations

Our sales representatives present Cutco to both new and existing customers on a low-key, one-on-one basis. We offer a minimum base pay so… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Sales Representative - Entry Level

Vector Marketing Orlando, FL +2 locations

Looking for a company that cares more about your attitude and willingness to learn than your previous experience? Trying to find part-time work that… Percipio Media


6 days ago

Customer Service

Vector Marketing Orlando, FL

Thats why, unlike a lot of companies, we dont require previous work experience or specific majors or degrees. As a member of our team, not only will… Snagajob


6 days ago

Entry Level Sales

Vector Marketing Clermont, FL

• Training both initial training to get you off to a good start and opportunities for on-going training when you need it… Snagajob


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Orlando, FL

    I worked at Vector Marketing part-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    You get baseline pay as well as commission. Staff was very friendly

    Cons

    Having "private appointments" means selling the merchandise in the homes or facilities of your customers (i.e. gas money not refunded; not safe; awkward). They trick you into selling to your friends and family first "to get the hang of it" but really, your friends and family are just easy customers for the company since they are more willing to support you. They say you don't have to go door-to-door or make a bunch of phone calls to sell stuff, but what happens when you run out of friends and family? Yeah.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Either allow employees to travel in pairs or make customers come to Vector facilities insead of employees going to stranger's homes.

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