Friday, July 1, 2011

Universal Endeavors Inc (Fort Worth, TX)

Universal Endeavors Inc (6815 Manhattan Blvd Suite 110, Fort Worth, TX, 817-457-3002) appears to be selling AT&T telecommunication services via in-person visits. Do the sales and marketing reps make cold calls before the in-person visits or do they go door-to-door to sell the AT&T services?

Beware of attractive, but possibly deceptive job ads which offer entry-level training in management, marketing, and sales especially if the ads state "face to face" and "no experience required". If you decide to interview with such a company, ask many questions before accepting employment. Will you be paid minimum wage or commission? Are there company benefits? Beware of invitations for an all-day second "interview".

Indeed.com, Universal Endeavors, Fort Worth, TX

http://www.universalendeavors.net/
Universal Endeavors, Inc
6815 Manhattan Blvd Suite 110
Fort Worth, TX (817) 457-3002

Domain Name: UNIVERSALENDEAVORS.NET
Created on: 05-Aug-2008
Expires on: 05-Aug-2011

facebook.com, Universal Endeavors Inc
Universal Endeavors, Inc is an outsourced sales and business consulting firm that assists Fortune 500 companies in new client acquisitions and retaining their existing clients.

http://www.universalendeavors.net
Careers/What We Do
In-person visits with prospective customers enable UEs sales and marketing representatives to cultivate a rapport with the consumer.

5 comments:

  1. Interviewed with them. You would be selling At&T Uverse Door to Door. I had applied for the job because it said Sports Marketing, but I am not sure how selling door to door is sports marketing AT ALL.

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  2. The company is one of many in the Cydcor marketing family. It is a performance based employment, for job seekers with a strong mentality and a student mentality. To go through outside sales and still maintain a positive attitude while managing themselves is when someone has proven that they can manage others, and that's when the promotion opportunities come along.

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  3. They are a great company I worked with them for four months. You do have to have a strong mentality to do that job but you do make more than enough money as long as your not lazy other wise this job is not for you.

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  4. I was making 340 a week at my last job and they straight up told me I was outworking people! I heard that and was like deuces! Yeah its outbound sales but I like talking with people so it plays to my strengths lol! And from what I have noticed, once you get really good at it and climb up the corporate ladder the money gets A LOT better. Solid fit for me.

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  5. Haha thats funny! I misspelled something on the previous attempt and the sites like "author message deleted" dun Dun DUN!!! lol

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