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I want people to be made aware of another Cydcor Office in Connecticut. Pinnacle Marketing just like Integrated Concepts, The Maine House Group, and Premier Management Group is nothing more than door to door sales positions.

Pinnacle Marketing is also in the same office suite as Integrated Concepts (which you will find plenty of complaints about here on PC). Cydcor offices always promote from "within" and Pinnacle Marketing is a promoted office from Integrated Concepts. What that means is the manager for Pinnacle Marketing used to be an employee of the owner of Integrated Concepts. They share the office suite as well as the bills that go with it.

Is the job a scam? Not directly. However, the job listing you will see on Career Builder, Monster, and Craigslist are nothing short of vague and deceptive. Pinnacle Marketing does nothing with marketing or advertising. You can apply to the job if you want, however don't be surprised if you get contacted for an interview if you post your resume on CB or Monster. Avoid this position unless you want to take a job that is 100% commission and involves ridiculously long hours. Additionally, this office can only be described as being a corporate cult. Most of the employees there have no life outside of the office and usually spend the weekends with each other.

If you decide to interview for a position in HR, marketing, management,and advertising don't be fooled. You will end up doing door to door sales and that is it.. They justify the position titles because you will be "cross trained" in all "aspects" of the business:. What that means is you will be brainwashed and trained to find a group of equally gullible people to do what you do and then train people under them (sounds like a pyramid scheme, right?) The second round interview is a joke,. It's called the "Day-of-O" and what that means is you will be following a stranger around for an entire day going door to door trying to sell a product or service (likely Direct Energy) to both commercial and residential clients;. What you're doing is soliciting and 95% of the people you come across do not want to talk to you?. If you are a moral person and care about others you will easily see how uncomfortable most people are when you enter their business or knock on the front door of their residence!. They simply don't want you there".

Save yourself and keep looking for a job elsewhere with real earning potential and benefits!. You've been warned.

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Anonymous
Hartford, Connecticut, United States #589475

I haven't been paid by this company in over a month that's why I haven't been back.I started after seeing them on the news, what a scam.

The secretary isn't very bright at all and lied about what the job position would be when I first started. She's nice, just not bright. How can you run a business when none of the bosses "supposedly" in charge are ever on time. The secretary did inform me once that she doesn't mind staying late because she has a relationship with Jayson Ward, in my time there seems like many of the women in the office have a relationship with Jayson and what that really means is that he is sleeping with all of them (one didn't even care that he had slept with three others in the office then her) and has a baby by a ***.

People can't be on time, but they sure will dish the dirt on each other then smile in each others face. I have a fiance and child at home who I enjoy spending time with, the hours we are asked to work are absurd. Not to mention the hideous drama filled work environment with a bunch of people with no work ethic.

FoxNews should have done their research prior to having you folks on.The credentials on your website for your staff are inaccurate and I will be reporting you to the BBB.

Anonymous
to C.Johnson Hartford, Connecticut, United States #589478

This company is now called Marketing Solutions. If business was on the up and up why do they keep changing names. ????

Anonymous
#461644

Die Cydcor Die !!

Anonymous
#455579

1. This job is a brainwashing process.

2. They attempt their best at making you feel fulfilled by doing door to door sales in horrible neighborhoods to poor people that don't understand words that are larger than 3-4 letters.

3. You will do Jason, Sergio, or Amanda's dirty work for 1-2 years before the slight possibility of building a team. If you can remove all friends, family, extracurricular activities, free time, down time, sleeping, a ton of money, and your morals... THIS JOB IS FOR YOU!

4. This job has nothing to do with marketing, but I guess that's how you get people to do door-to-door sales in 2012.

5. The people working here are drug users, delinquents, don't need any sort of high school or college degree, and commit acts of fraud on a daily basis to get the "job" done.

6. Save yourself the hassle and do NOT work for this company, unless you have the morals of a convict. They hire anyone, don't let them choose you as their next victim.

Anonymous
#451801

Thanks for the tip.Applied, and was granted an interview the next day.

Thanks too this review, I am saving the gas, and declining.The Company looks its hiring practices could be investigated by the I-Team!

Anonymous
#448778

This is 100% correct, I actually went through all of that. That second interview actually made me sick, all they do is walk around and go door to door in low income areas and lie to people.

Anonymous
#445232

I'm really happy that I looked into the company before I went to my interview tomorrow. I asked the girl on the phone (Jennifer) if this was a door to door sales job and she tried her hardest to "skate" around the question but I guess my fears are confirmed.. it does suck because I was very excited but it beats wasting time on an interview.

Anonymous
#413481

Woah!Good thing I researched this company before I headed into the interview.

The person on the phone sounded so dumb like she didn't know what to say when I called back to ask more questions.

Seemed weird; low and behold.People Beware, if in doubt go with your gut.

Anonymous
#412846

NE PARTNERS HARTFORD CT DON'T BE FOOLED

NE Partners Complaint by Livinglarge

I want people to be made aware of another Cydcor Office in Connecticut. Pinnacle Marketing just like Integrated Concepts, The Maine House Group, and Premier Management Group is nothing more than door to door sales positions?.

Pinnacle Marketing is also in the same office suite as Integrated Concepts (which you will find plenty of complaints about here on PC)?. Cydcor offices always promote from "within" and Pinnacle Marketing is a promoted office from Integrated Concepts'. What that means is the manager for Pinnacle Marketing used to be an employee of the owner of Integrated Concepts.. They share the office suite as well as the bills that go with it..

Is the job a scam? Not directly?. However, the job listing you will see on Career Builder, Monster, and Craigslist are nothing short of vague and deceptive". Pinnacle Marketing does nothing with marketing or advertising/. You can apply to the job if you want, however don't be surprised if you get contacted for an interview if you post your resume on CB or Monster. Avoid this position unless you want to take a job that is 100% commission and involves ridiculously long hours. Additionally, this office can only be described as being a corporate cult. Most of the employees there have no life outside of the office and usually spend the weekends with each other.

If you decide to interview for a position in HR,...

Save yourself and keep looking for a job elsewhere with real earning potential and benefits!. You've been warned.

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