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I worked for vector (selling Cutco) for about 3 weeks a few years ago. I left to pursue another job offer, but actually had a very positive experience with Vector. The “plan” includes three days of training, which prepares youto sell the product on a one on one basis in the homes of friends and family, not strangers. The start up package was around $150, and in that package you got about $450 worth of high end knives, as well as the chance to earn much more based on your sales in your first two weeks. They pay employees for every house call whether you make a sale or not, and the product is actually great, so I never felt bad selling it to friends and family. Vector is a pyramid scheme in a way, but the company is run with morale and integrity. Really glad that I had the opportunity to work there for the short time that I did. 5/5 overall rating button wouldn’t work for me

 

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