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Take a look at the website and tell me if this job posting is a scam: JOB DESCRIPTION: The Advantage Group (TAG) is a leading employee benefits enrollment and administration agency. TAG provides benefit administration and enrollment services for over 500,000 individuals and employer groups nationwide. Headquartered in Temecula, California, TAG has field offices in San Francisco, Blanchester and Seattle, WA. POSITION: - On-Site Benefit Counselor, Bay Area PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Effectively and professionally represent TAG in benefit enrollment activities for all TAG offerings, which require a purchasing decision on behalf of the eligible client. - Deliver “needs based” sales presentations during benefit education sessions to diverse employee groups in a one-on-one format. - Collect enrollment data for both new customers and re-enrolling customer support I talked to the hiring manager yesterday at 11am and he told me he was going to fly me to Blanchester for training on a Sunday. So far, I haven't heard any response from him and about 7pm he texted me " I need your full name and birthday for flight reservation." It is 9pm now and time has been long over due. I'm a little worried if this job if this job is too good to be true. Please leave your opinion below. Each and every comment count. I will be reading them to find out more clues about them.
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They dont train you until they have hired you and you know what the compensation is and the hours. If you are closer to San Francisco, get the interview here. I dont trust a company headquartered in the high desert outside L.A. I dont think this is legitimate. Check the BBB and the Temecula Chamber of Commerce before you pursue it. Sounds like a commission sales job to me. You do all the work, they get the profits.
Sounds pretty legit, I am in the middle of a job search right now too if you ever have a question about a job then just google the name of the company and enter job scam after it if its a fake then people on the internet have usually already said something about it.