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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    A lot of companies do training in other countries, iirc some american investment banks ship new grads to New York for 6-10 weeks

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    Very true however this is only for 2 days. Excited too see where this goes anyway. Thanks for the info.
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    (Original post by Ciel.)
    Sounds fishy. If you end up getting killed, don't say we didn't warn you. Don't go : <
    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    Yeah but thats a well known company. Theres hardly anything about this company on the internet apart from a facebook page. You need to do thorough research and know who you are working for.
    (Original post by Princepieman)
    A lot of companies do training in other countries, iirc some american investment banks ship new grads to New York for 6-10 weeks

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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    i still wouldnt trust it. do some thorough research on the company.
    in google put the company name followed by scam and see if anything comes up
    Ok so just got back from the training in milan and I can safely say it wasn't a scam. Don't think it could have been any more professional tbh.

    All I can say is got to assess the situation from every angle possible, if all seems good then go for it with an open mind
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    (Original post by justdateriguy)
    Ok so just got back from the training in milan and I can safely say it wasn't a scam. Don't think it could have been any more professional tbh.

    All I can say is got to assess the situation from every angle possible, if all seems good then go for it with an open mind
    Great stuff! Good luck with your endeavours

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    (Original post by justdateriguy)
    Ok so just got back from the training in milan and I can safely say it wasn't a scam. Don't think it could have been any more professional tbh.

    All I can say is got to assess the situation from every angle possible, if all seems good then go for it with an open mind
    Aww happy to hear that *hugs*
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    Hey! I know this is a few months old, but just wondering if you took the job? If so, how is it? They are advertising on Indeed in my area so I am quite intrigued. Thanks
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    How did the training go? Are you still with them?
    Many thanks
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    Sounds like a great opportunity. Good luck with it OP.
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    (Original post by AmyKD)
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    How did the training go? Are you still with them?
    Many thanks
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    (Original post by xxstacexx)
    Hey! I know this is a few months old, but just wondering if you took the job? If so, how is it? They are advertising on Indeed in my area so I am quite intrigued. Thanks
    Soz for the late reply guys but yeah its great. Doesn't pay straight away as you need to build a rapport with the businesses you go to but great training in Milan and all good so far.
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    Please believe me when I say this, which is valid for most things in life:

    If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.

    I've just seen that you've posted again, so how is it. You say 'it doesn't pay straight away' - what does that mean? Have you actually received any money yet?
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    (Original post by justdateriguy)
    Soz for the late reply guys but yeah its great. Doesn't pay straight away as you need to build a rapport with the businesses you go to but great training in Milan and all good so far.
    I have been invited too!
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Please believe me when I say this, which is valid for most things in life:

    If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.

    I've just seen that you've posted again, so how is it. You say 'it doesn't pay straight away' - what does that mean? Have you actually received any money yet?
    Yeah so the first 6 weeks you get paid £750 as your sort of shadowing someone who's been doing it for a while. After you start going out by yourself then you have the chance to sell.

    Seems just like what I was doing with Unilever last year and got paid greatly for it. I always thought the unilever job was too good to be true but it wa s legit, hours were great, paid like 2.5k+ a month.

    All i have to say is assess any situation you go into, look online for reviews, look for news articles about the company and look at other factors before deciding.
 
 
 
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