I honestly can't think of anything bad.
Best things is the flexible work hour. Worst thing is finding contact by yourself, if you live in a post family community
Easy, flexible hours, good hourly pay and get payed weekly, pay raises are offered based on performance, and option to work from home.
The biggest perk of Vector was the pay scale after you had put in the time and made it to the upper tiers. This also allowed you flexibility. There were no legitimate benefits at the sales rep level.
You only get perks if you manage to sell a lot, which is considerably hard to do and will take up virtually all of your time. That's if you can even find people whoa re willing to dish out hundred upon thousands of dollars on sets of knives. As the entire job is dependent on people you know and their willingness to give you money.
There were no benefits offered to me while working at vector
There was no benefits at Vector Marketing. Everyone was an independent contractor selling their products. You did receive everything you needed for consumer presentations for free.
You can get higher commission rates every couple $1000 you sell.
You make your own schedule which is nice although my manager pressures me to have my day 100% filled up. There are lots of competitions to meet new people and to win cool Cutco prizes. Those are the only benefits I've come across so far.
There are NO benefits as an entry level independent sales/marketing representative. However, there is guaranteed base pay + incentives. They also only promote from within. Hard work and good work ethics goes a long way as top sales representatives get promoted based on numbers not on favorites.