There's all manner of chancers out there. Pyramid sales. 100% commissions. Jobs that turn out to be not as advertised. Companies that make out they're massive international conglomerates, but just turn out to be a bloke working out of his car. I just dodged a bullet. I answered an advert advertising seasonal work and applied. I heard back almost immediately with offer of interview. I had a look at their site, which was full of marketing/sales/business jargon, but none of it describing what they actually do or sell. So I had a look on Glassdoor, which is like a Trip Advisor for employers, and it was full of bad reviews, saying that they're essentially just door-to-door sales, you don't get paid for the training, you count as self-employed even though you're working for them, you only earn from commissions etc etc. So I withdrew from the interview. Share your disappointing experiences with companies who are little better than con artists.