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High Energy Marketing Solutions DNS Auto Glass
19th of Mar, 2011 by User850873
High Energy Marketing Solutions is nothing more than a pyramid scheme that represents a glass shop called DNS Auto Glass, formerly known as Coast to Coast Auto Glass. Simply Google Coast to Coast Auto Glass and you will quickly see why they had to change their name to DNS Auto Glass. Their marketing employment strategy is to flood Monster, Indeed, and Career Builders with ads under deceptive topics such as "Athletics", "Restaurant", and "Management" in order to get young motivated individuals who are in dire need of employment into their office. The lies begin with their deceptive ads, but once they get you into the door, the lies come pouring in. What they hope to do is fill your head up with financially lucrative pipe dreams in order for you to work for them. The amount of money you make per deal isn't even worth your time when other companies are paying more to do the same thing and much less hours, not to mention, a much better working environment. No matter what they promise you, this is nothing more than going door to door selling auto glass! If you don't have a problem working long tedious hours, then go for it, but again, Google Coast to Coast Auto Glass which is now DNS Auto Glass before you start working for them. You just might save yourself a trip to jail if you do. The management at these umbrella offices are trained to fill your heads up with one day, very soon, owning your own office and making tons of money. This is how they keep those employees who fall for their manipulative and deceptive pipe dreaming tactics. If this isn't warning enough, then before you go to your "first" interview, simply drive by and take a look at their street sign. It clearly doesn't announce who they claim to be, in fact, the sign clearly states "High Energy Nutrition." That alone seems a bit shady! These people have offices all over in those states that are "Zero Deductible" states, and all of them use various names. When you Google Coast to Coast Auto Glass, you will find complaints from all over. Simply be smarter than the element and do yourself a huge favor and don't even waste your time, or gas, bothering with their interview. If you do, upon finishing up with your first interview, you will be asked to come back for a second interview. Right about now is when you will discover that you will be going door to door selling auto glass. RED FLAG! RED FLAG! RED FLAG! To get you to come back, they will tell you things such as; we represent NFL teams, MLB teams, Disney, and many other "common" names. If you still allow your guard to fall down and swallow their hype, then prepare yourself for a long over worked journey and a few run-ins with the law. Eventually, you will either wake up and smell the roses, or you just might find yourself looking through some bars at your local jail house. If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably isn't, just remember that if they just happen to call you for an interview. In this present day economy, jobs are hard to come by, but why take a job that could possibly cost you your freedom? Sorry, but that in and of itself simply doesn't make any sense at all when there are other companies, legal companies, who are hiring. Just as in the case with Coast to Coast Auto Glass, now DNS Auto Glass, it will only be a matter of time before the internet becomes flooded with more negativity about DNS Auto Glass and all of their so-called umbrella offices. The parent company to this entire pyramid scam is called "Smart Circle." Google them as well and you will be hard pressed to find anything positive. If you've done, or will do, your research, you will clearly see that with ALL of their negative reports, then you should understand that nothing positive can be a profound result. Don't allow yourself, a friend, or a loved one to fall for this scam! Freedom is the one thing that most of us take for granted until it is taken away, but by then, it is too late!

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