Primerica Job Scams!
What Do You Think?

Primerica job scams appear to be a multilevel marketing organization.

Primerica job scams another business opportunity scams?

A group of people I know posted their resume online and then received offers for a “job opportunity”.

The company then offers an introductory meeting, with many other ”interviewees” that also have been asked to come.

I have never in my life had a legitimate company offer me a job that told me I had to show up on a weekday meeting with a group, have you? Does this mean its Primerica job scams?

I went to bbb.org (Better Business Bureau) of Atlanta to check on primerica job scams, checked under records for businesses, and found the company had 179 complaints in the last 3 years. .

The BBB showed that Primerican job scams complaints were resolved, but the amount of complaints was a red flag to me.

To check this out see http://www.atlanta.bbb.org.

Below I have included some of the more important information on this company by the BBB.


Primerica Job Scams?
Part 1

BBB RatingBased on BBB files; this business has a BBB Rating of A+ on a scale from A+ to F.

Primerica representatives are independent contractors.

This BBB report on Primerica's headquarters in Duluth, Georgia, is to serve as the national report on this firm.

This ensures that all communications regarding the company are accurate and consistent.

BBBs do not advise consumers of the type of insurance programs they should purchase since each person has different individual needs and requirements.

However, we offer a pamphlet entitled "Tips on Life Insurance" as a matter of general information pertaining to the entire subject.

To learn more about other identity theft cons see business opportunity scams.That does not mean you are being offered a job, only an opportunity.


Primerica Job Scams?
Part 2

Business Contact and ProfileName: Primerica, Inc.Phone: (770) 381-1000Fax: (770) 564-6110Address: 3120 Breckinridge Blvd Duluth, GA 30099-0001Website: www.primerica.com

Original Business Start Date: February 1977Principal: Mr. Mark Supic, Exec. V.P., Corporate RelationsCustomer Contact: Mr. Mark Supic, Exec. V.P., Corporate Relations - (770) 381-1000 or mark.supic@primerica.com

Email Address: Lois.Sorzano@primerica.com

Entity: CorporationIncorporated: April 2010, GAEmployees: 2000Type of Business: Financial Services, Insurance Companies, Investment SecuritiesBBB Accreditation: This organization is a BBB Accredited business.Additional DBA Names: Primerica Financal ServicesPrimerica FinancialPrimerica Financial ServicesPrimerica Financial SvcPrimericaPrimerica Financial Services, Inc.Primerica Life Insurance CompanyPFS Investments, Inc.Primerica Financial Services Home Mortgages,Primerica Shareholder Services


Primerica Job Scams?
Part 3

Products and ServicesPrimerica offers are a variety of financial products and services to consumers through their nationwide sales force.

Customer Complaint History. When considering complaint information, please take into account the company's size and volume of transactions, and understand that the nature of complaints and a firm's responses to them are often more important than the number of complaints.

BBB processed a total of 179 complaints about this company in the last 36 months, our standard reporting period. Of the total of 179 complaints closed in 36 months, 72 were closed in the last year.Advertising Issues

Resolved 3 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.

Administratively Closed 1 - BBB determined the company made a reasonable offer to resolve the issues, but the consumer did not accept the offer. Contract Issues

Resolved 5 - Company resolved the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to BBB. 19 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.

Administratively Closed 3 - BBB determined that despite the company's reasonable effort to address complaint issues, the consumer remained dissatisfied. Billing or Collection Issues

Resolved 10 - Company resolved the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to BBB.

15 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.

Administratively Closed 4 - BBB determined that despite the company's reasonable effort to address complaint issues, the consumer remained dissatisfied.

1 - BBB determined the company made a reasonable offer to resolve the issues, but the consumer did not accept the offer. Sales Practice Issues

Resolved 2 - Company resolved the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to BBB.

10 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.

Administratively Closed

4 - BBB determined that despite the company's reasonable effort to address complaint issues, the consumer remained dissatisfied. Service Issues

Resolved 11 - Company resolved the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to BBB.

17 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.

Administratively Closed

2 - BBB determined that despite the company's reasonable effort to address complaint issues, the consumer remained dissatisfied. Customer Service Issues

Resolved 2 - Company resolved the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to BBB.

2 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.

Administratively Closed

1 - BBB determined that despite the company's reasonable effort to address complaint issues, the consumer remained dissatisfied. Product Issues

Resolved 1 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB. Refund or Exchange Issues

Resolved 23 - Company resolved the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to BBB.

39 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.

Administratively Closed

3 - BBB determined that despite the company's reasonable effort to address complaint issues, the consumer remained dissatisfied. Issue Not Defined

Resolved 1 - Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to BBB.


Are Primerica Job Scams For Real?

Primerica job scams may or may not be real, but a man and wife I know of, Bob and Jo, had posted their resume and were contacted by the Regional Vice President who had the resume passed on to him.

The President wanted them to come for an interview for their Marketing Division.

Both my friend and her husband went to the first interview and were then invited back for another interview.

When they went to the meeting and found out what this was all about and saw other people just getting up and leaving, Bob and Jo stated they should have done the same thing.

Bob and Jo thought the products were overpriced and they felt the program was exploiting the lower income families, disadvantaged, and single people trying to find a job.

  • Primerica is a division of Citigroup and offers the middle class a variety of financial services.

At the presentation, Bob and Jo also learned you get less than 20 percent of your commission (with no benefits and no salary).

They felt Primerica job scams were a type of the infamous pyramid scheme in the financial industry.

Bob and Jo stayed and asked many questions, but none were really answered.

In this instance, they were also very concerned about giving out any of their personal information and possibly leaving them open to identity theft if Primerica job scams were as they thought.

My friends decided not to go through with this, as they felt it is a form of Primerica job scams.

They paid money to get licensed and are in the process of trying to get this money back.

Bob contacted the Regional VP and was immediately turned over to another member whose “team” he was on.

This person told Bob, don’t worry, I’ll handle it and take care of it for you.

Bob waited for more than 3 weeks and contacted him again to find out where his refund was. The guy told him to call the corporate office.

Bob placed numerous calls to corporate, emailed and faxed with a request in writing for his refund. He is still waiting for the refund.

Bob felt this was just one of the business opportunity scams that is making people a victim of these schemes.

It seems by looking at the BBB report, the company appears to have an excellent grade; and many people feel it’s a Primerica Job scams deal, and many don’t.

The final decision is up to you; just make sure you…

  • Check into any company before you hand them your money.

Make sure you know what the company is all about, what they expect and what they give you in return. Only then should you invest your money and trust.

If you research Primerica job scams you will find some people rave about the company and others feel they have been taken. Do your research and then decide whether you feel you should get involved with this.




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