|High Energy Marketing|
|High Energy Marketing Solutions DNS Auto Glass (FRAUDS) Greenville, South Carolina |
|24th of Apr, 2011 by User697692 |
|If this bogus company calls you for a job interview... RUN! They claim to be a "Premier" marketing/advertising company, but that is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo far from the truth. The truth is is that ALL they want is for people to walk around from one subdivision to the next to sell windshields for a company called DNS Auto Glass. After doing a short bit of research, I discovered that DNS Auto Glass used to be called Coast to Coast Auto Glass. This bogus company advertises employments on many different internet employment sites, such as Career Builders, Monster, and Indeed. All of their ads are totally and 100% pure deceptive in nature. They advertise for management, athletes, and restaurants, but in all reality, everyone starts out at the lowest possible level regardless of how much experience you have. They tell you about how much money you can make, feed you a line of BS about owning your own office, and many other things to get you to stick around, and in the meantime, you basically starve. They tell you that their management program is designed to be around 9 months long, but then they will boast about how they feel you can do this within a few short months. Just sell and make the upper management money while your own paycheck is pathetic. You will only get paid commission, but they want, DEMAND, that you work from early morning till way past 8 at night, six days a week. I have heard a couple of people from this bogus company brag about their future with the company, but then, less than 2 weeks later, they QUIT! |
If I can save one person from even talking with these morons, then I will have done my job! I have taken the time to visit my neighbors and warned them about their shady sales tactics and the glass shop they claim to represent. This company, High Energy Marketing Solutions is a far, far cry from being anything close to a legitimate marketing/advertising company. Also, on the invoice of DNS Auto Glass, their sales people are "taught" to point out the list of alleged corporate offices. However, with the truth being told, none, not ONE of those offices exist! That alone should warn you about just how shady this company is, not to mention, DNS Auto Glass too. From start to finish, this entire thing is nothing more than a big fat SCAM!
Do yourself and others a huge, huge favor and warn everyone you know about High Energy Marketing Solutions and the glass shop they claim to represent, DNS Auto Glass. From the very first moment they speak with you, just remember, they are ALL nothing more than a bunch of LIARS! Don't take this as me being just a disgruntled employee. Check the internet yourself, research Coast to Coast Auto Glass and DNS Auto Glass. They are one in the very same!
|Apparently they are no longer Hi-Energy they are now Greenville Advertising same address and phone number and Andrew Deal is still the President only other thing that has changed is Shantell is now an executive assistant .|
|So glad I came across this posting site. I received a phone call and interview request from them today. They are still using east north street suite Jk address but under company name GREENVILLE ADVERTISING. Just a tidbit FYI. THANKS EVERYONE!!!|
|Hi all, I'm very glad I found these reviews. My fiance was called today for an interview tomorrow at 2 pm. Something was fishy to me because we couldn't find a website for the company, Greenville Advertising. When interviewing I believe everyone should have good background information on the company, so I was helping him to do so. All I could find was the job listings on career websites. Thank you everyone who has posted here, so now my fiance doesn't have to waste his time or gas. My fiance received an email from both Andrew Deal and Shantell, and also a call from Shantell. THANK YOU FOR THE HEADS UP!|
|Same here. I applied through careerbuilder really late one night and they tried to contact me the very next morning. I thought it was odd that they were very vague with their job description. It's always the same too whenever they post on job sites. I don't even think they listed a company name when I applied. I guess they want you to apply first and interview before getting full details. Odd. Apparently they called my house phone twice but I wasn't available. I got home and saw where they also sent two emails trying to set up an interview...automated emails like the ones posted on here from Andrew and Shantell. I also couldn't find any info. on the company. Even if it's a new "repackaged" company, there should still be some kind of info. out there. I don't live in Greenville, so I don't think I'm gonna set up an interview. If this is door-to-door sales, then it's so not worth the trouble.|
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