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30+ days ago

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

Vector Marketing Santa Monica, CA

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

Entry Level Sales

Vector Marketing Santa Monica, CA +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 or… Snagajob

30+ days ago

Customer Service

Vector Marketing Santa Monica, CA +2 locations

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

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    Met some very nice people, but company procedures were hard to get into.

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    Former Employee - Vector Marketing Sales Representative in Santa Monica, CA
    Former Employee - Vector Marketing Sales Representative in Santa Monica, CA

    I worked at Vector Marketing as a contractor (less than an year)


    The training and experience you gain from doing everything they ask of you step by step looks great on a resume, because you do indeed gain some sales and service experience from the company overall.


    Depending on the branch you get assigned to, the environment can go from being very friendly to very unprofessional. Overall, it's not an office as much as it is a branch where you work out of on your own time and hours with absolutely no guaranteed salary to speak of.

    If you don't mind sacrificing your integrity for fast cash you can lie about the number of appointments you work a week with the branch literally having no method of reliable follow up.

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    Consider switching up your recruitment pitch where you're more forthcoming about company procedures with potential representatives. I know it's hard to make it seem like your company ISN'T a pyramid scheme, but at least try to make it not seem that way, as opposed to just completely ignoring the elephant in the room.

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