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Duluth, GA
201 to 500 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Investment Banking & Asset Management
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year

World Financial Group Reviews

  • "Your own Business"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Associate in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Associate in Houston, TX
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at World Financial Group part-time (Less than a year)


    It's your own business and you are helping people in the process of earning income.
    Like all business owner your effort = rewards. You can't expect great returns without sacrifice made. You put in 40hrs a week for your regular job. If you put in that much time here there is no reason you can't succeed.
    The main ingredient is hard work with total belief in what you are doing. If you are on here complaining you should look in the mirror. You are your biggest obstacle.


    It takes some time to build. Your patience will be tested.

    Advice to Management

    Need to talk to Glass Door to let them know WFG doesn't employ anyone. Everyone is their own boss. Your success is based on your hard work and willingness to learn they system.

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World Financial Group Interviews



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    Agency Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Corona, CA
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at World Financial Group (Corona, CA) in September 2017.


    First of all, this deceptive company advertised as "Infinity Agency" in Riverside and Corona, CA though this name does not exist in either city. I wracked my brain trying to find them so I could research and be prepared. I received an email from a recruiter who was not very good with communication. I confirmed to her the time slot I wanted and had to send 2 follow-up emails to get confirmation. When she confirmed, she gave me the address which was a large office building with many businesses and she only said they were "on the 1st floor." I wanted to believe that I'd easily be able to find "Infinity Agency" on the 1st floor though I found it so odd that Google wasn't showing an Infinity Agency at that address.

    Literally at the 11th hour before my "interview" time, the recruiter emails saying,"I failed to mention that we're in suite 150." BINGO. A search for that address and suite pulled up World Financial Group. Of course, I was getting dressed and heading out the door for the "interview" so I didn't have a chance to research the name, which is their intent of course.

    Along with 5 other people, I was seated in a conference room, given a speech about most Americans being ignorant about their financial future and the big names that they work with. At the end, they asked us to complete a short questionnaire expressing our interest level and given a brief tour of the office.

    This "tour" ended being a weird cult-like introduction to the rich people on their walls and how we can one day be like them and take 15-20 vacations a year. I will say that the people we dealt with were nice and very professional but now I understand that they were being this way in the hopes of recruiting us all and making more money for their MLM network.

    When I conducted my research at home, all my suspicions were confirmed and I kindly declined the invitation for a 1 on 1 interview. So this review is not actually for an interview though they disguise it as such. This isn't even actual employment. It's an MLM business opportunity that's very difficult to make money from. Just the fact that they were so dishonest from the beginning would make me turn down any offer. I hope other job seekers contacted by them find this review and not waste their time.

    Also have to mention that they threw in the $30 fee at the end to take an exam and get certified.

    Interview Questions

    • Do you want to be rich by only working 2 hours a week?   1 Answer
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