Companies

List of companies that may be affiliated with a descendant company of DS-Max, and/or DS-Max (though there is no definitive evidence). See the Main Article for more details.

These companies dissolve and change names every 1-2 years, or as soon as a name is discredited. Thus they tend to have limited or no company information. This list is accumulated from comments and posts from websites listed in the References page. DISCLAIMER.

Please feel free to add any company names in the comments section.

  • 1919 Inc
  • 1reality Enterprises
  • 212 Marketing Solutions
  • 2020 Companies
  • 3 Galaxy Marketing
  • 3 Rivers Innovative Strategies
  • 3 Kings Marketing Group
  • 37 Marketing Inc
  • 3D-Marketing
  • 3 D Promotions
  • 3D Organisation
  • 3rd Coast Concepts Inc
  • 3Sixty
  • 4 Fifty 8 Acquisitions Inc
  • 4ward Promotions Ltd
  • 5 North Inc
  • 5 Point Marketing
  • 5th Dimension Promotions
  • 7 Promotions Inc
  • 7 Marketing
  • 7Marketing
  • 8 Global Solutions
  • 8Global Solutions
  • A Vision
  • A&J Advertising
  • A&S Marketing Group
  • A-live Interactive
  • A1 Marketing Company
  • AAA Marketing
  • Absolute Ltd
  • Absolute Marketing Solutions Inc
  • AC Generations Ltd
  • ACG and Associates
  • Accel Marketing
  • Accpo Group
  • Ace Concepts Inc
  • Ace Marketing Inc
  • Ace Marketing Group Inc
  • Achiever Advertising
  • ACI Enterprises Inc
  • Action Global Communications
  • Active Synergy Inc
  • Adaptable Business Concepts Inc
  • ADDA (Andrew, Donnan, David and Associates)
  • Addella Marketing
  • Adroit Acquistions Inc
  • Advance Marketing Concepts
  • Advanced Advertising Concepts
  • Advantage Concepts
  • Advantage Marketing
  • Aeon Marketing
  • AFLAC
  • AGM Norwich
  • Aleuro
  • Aliron Marketing
  • All Star Executive Inc.
  • All-Star Promotions
  • Alliance Executive Solutions
  • Alliant Promotions
  • Alpesh Shah
  • Alpha Acquisitions Inc
  • Alpha Advertising
  • Alpha International Promotions
  • Alpha Global Marketing
  • Alternative Advertising
  • Altitude Acquisitions
  • AMI TAMPA
  • AML Marketing
  • AMM Direct
  • AMN Advertising
  • AMT Marketing
  • ANB
  • ANJ Advertising
  • American Business Consultants
  • Ample Opportunity Inc
  • Angel Links
  • Anex Marketing
  • Annex Marketing
  • Apex Group
  • Apex Marketing and Promotions
  • Apex Promotions
  • APF Concepts
  • Apollo Enterprise Inc
  • Appco Direct
  • Appco Pte Ltd
  • Appello Marketing
  • Apple Unlimited
  • Approach Direct Ltd
  • Arcedia
  • Archetype Inc
  • Argos Acquistions Inc
  • Aris Marketing
  • Ark Promotions
  • Ark Marketing Consultants
  • Arrow International Marketing
  • ARS Marketing Group Inc
  • Arsenal Marketing Inc
  • Arsene-Lee Advertising Group
  • Artech
  • Arya Promotional Group
  • Acquiro 22
  • Ascent Promotions
  • Ascentia Group Marketing
  • Ashlin Inc
  • Ask Client Solutions
  • Aspen Concepts Inc
  • Aspirations Inc.
  • Aspire marketing
  • AT&T Solution Provider
  • ATG International Marketing
  • ATL Events Group Inc
  • Atlanta Business Consulting
  • Atlantic Coast Consulting
  • Atlantic Consultants International
  • Atlantic Consulting Inc
  • Atlantic Star
  • Atlas Enterprises
  • Atlas Marketing Concepts
  • ATX Marketing Group Inc
  • Auctus Outsource
  • Aurora Enterprises
  • Aurora Marketing Group
  • Aurora Worldwide Ltd
  • Austin CC
  • Austin Communication Group Inc
  • Austin Competitive Consulting
  • Austin Events
  • AXIOM Advertising
  • Azure Marketing
  • B-1 Client Services Ltd
  • B.A.M.C.O Global Direct
  • B.E.A.S.T.
  • B1 Client Services Ltd
  • Balboa Concepts Inc
  • Baltimore Event Group
  • BAMG Inc
  • Bandeira Marketing Ltd
  • BBB International
  • BE Marketing Concepts
  • Be-Right-On Marketing
  • Be Right on Outsource International
  • Be-Right-On-Outsource International
  • Bella Marketing
  • Bellasia Acquisitions Inc
  • Bellstar
  • Bellstar Promotions Inc
  • Benchmark Advertising Ltd
  • Berkeley Inc.
  • Best&Save Ltd
  • BIG Results Inc
  • Big Sky Marketing
  • Big Time Marketing
  • Biramint
  • BK Marketing
  • Black Operations Inc
  • Black Rock International Inc
  • Black Sea International
  • Blackcode Advertising
  • Blackout Marketing
  • Blitz Inc
  • Blitz Marketing
  • Blue Inc
  • Blue Line Global
  • Blue Moon Corporation
  • Blue Mountain Innovation Ltd
  • Blue Ocean Outsource Ltd
  • Blue Rock Partners
  • Blue Seven Marketing
  • Blueline
  • Blueprint Marketing
  • Blueriver Advertising
  • Bluerock Media
  • BMF Global
  • BMJ Global
  • BMK Marketing Group Inc
  • Bohemiam Marketing Ltd
  • BOLD Marketing Strategies
  • Bond Advertising
  • Boston Sports Group
  • Bour Bon Creations Ltd
  • Bourbon Creations Ltd
  • BP Marketing
  • BPM Marketing
  • Bradford Marketing Ltd
  • Bradford Outsource Ltd
  • Bradford Outsource Sales Ltd
  • Brandme Marketing
  • Bravo Promotions
  • Breakthrough Advertising Inc
  • Brenda Bernal
  • Brickstone Corporation
  • Brighton Outsource
  • Buckhead Business Consulting Inc
  • Bullet Marketing
  • Business Advertising Ltd
  • Business Entrepreneurship & Sport Theory Inc.
  • Business Solutions International
  • BYC Consulting Group
  • C & L Surveying Ltd
  • C13
  • CA & Discover Marketing
  • CA Enterprises
  • Cambridge Communications Inc
  • Cap Marketing
  • Capital Advertising
  • Capital Marketing Solutions Inc
  • Cardinal Communications
  • Carter Morris Inc
  • Carolina Consulting
  • Cascade
  • Castle road
  • Castle Street Marketing Lts
  • Catalyst Coporate Solutions
  • Cavalier Marketing
  • CCL
  • Ccl Client Solutions
  • Cedar Direct Ltd
  • Celica Marketing Ltd
  • Centaur Promotions
  • Centurion Concepts Inc
  • Centurion Marketing
  • CEO-Sports
  • Chad Powers
  • Champion Marketing Inc
  • Chance Marketing Inc
  • Chi-Town Connections
  • Chicago Business Strategies Inc
  • Child Safety Enterprises Inc
  • Child Safety Innovations
  • Child Safety International
  • Chilli Corporation Ltd
  • Chipio
  • Ciroc International Marketing
  • Citipeak Promotions
  • City Angels Group
  • City Marketing Group
  • CityBuzz Marketing
  • Citypoint Central London
  • CK And Associates
  • Class V Promotions
  • Clearmind Events
  • Clearwater Communications Inc
  • Clover Advertising
  • CM3
  • CMT Consulting Group
  • Co & Co Marketing
  • Coastal Aire Concepts
  • Coastal Events
  • Coastline Innovations
  • Cobra
  • Cobra Group
  • Code Marketing Ltd
  • Cogent Inc
  • Colossal Marketing Inc
  • Columbia Marketing and Management Group Inc.
  • Community Alliance
  • Community Events
  • Community Promotions
  • Compass Global Network
  • Competitive Advertising
  • Complete One
  • Comquest Marketing
  • Concorde Marketing Solutions Inc
  • Connecticut Acquisitions Group Inc
  • Connective In-Store
  • ConsultZee
  • Consult Zee
  • Cooper Advertising Ltd
  • COR Concepts
  • CORE
  • Core Communications Inc
  • Core Enterprises Inc
  • Core Marketing
  • Corner Rock Ltd
  • Cornerstone Advertising Ltd
  • Corsica Marketing
  • Coulson Corporation Ltd
  • CPC Global Ltd
  • CPP
  • Creation Marketing Ltd
  • Credico Cydcor
  • Crescent International
  • Cross Country Marketing
  • CSC Advertising
  • CSC Marketing Ltd
  • Cydcor
  • D1 Consulting Group
  • D Commerce Organisation Ltd
  • D.B. Consulting
  • DC Marketing Group
  • Danata’s Fantasy Land
  • Darr Innovations
  • Darren Matloff
  • Davis Direct Marketing
  • Davis Marketing Concepts
  • DayBreak International Inc
  • DB Alan
  • DBT Swiat
  • DC Advertising
  • DCG Marketing
  • DD America
  • DDM
  • David Direct Marketing
  • Decision54
  • Defined Industries
  • DeFrancesco Acquisitions Inc
  • Dejon Johnson Powers Imports
  • Delco Marketing Inc
  • Delta Consultants
  • Demure Enterprise
  • Department of Motor Vehicle DMV
  • DePere Concepts Inc
  • DeRome Marketing
  • Destiny Marketing
  • Detroit Business Consulting
  • Develop Inc
  • Devour Enterprise
  • Diamond Inc
  • Difference Defined Milwaukee
  • Dillon Enterprize Ltd
  • Dillon Enterprise Ltd
  • DIMax
  • Dirad Pte Ltd
  • Direct Acquisitions
  • Direct Force Enterprises Inc
  • Direct Liasons
  • Direct Link Marketing
  • Direct Outsource Group
  • Distinctive Marketing Solutions
  • Distinctive Solutions (Philadelphia)
  • Divine Edge Inc
  • DK Connection
  • DK Promotions
  • DLDM Marketing Solutions
  • DMC Atlanta
  • DMC Marketing
  • DMS Communications Inc.
  • DNMC International
  • DNV Global Solutions Ltd
  • Dominant World
  • Dominion Acquisitions Ltd
  • Double Impact Marketing
  • Dreamworks Acquisition
  • Dreamworkz Pte Ltd.
  • Driven Marketing Solutions
  • Dsmax
  • Ds/max
  • DS-MAX
  • Ds Max
  • DS MAX Buea a c.i.g.
  • DS Max Cameroon
  • D S Max Canada Inc
  • DS MAX South West Region Buea c.i.g. (Common Initiative Group)
  • DSM Swr Buea-cig (DS MAX South West Region Buea-common initiative group).
  • D S Max USA Inc
  • Dual Starr Marketing Inc
  • Dubon-ha
  • Duckhouse Events
  • Dunhill Enterprises
  • Dygo Enterprises
  • Dynamic Acquisitions
  • Dynamic Business Group
  • Dynasty Marketing Group
  • Dzurenda & Associates Inc
  • E. Michaels Marketing
  • EA Worldwide Acquisitions Ltd
  • Eagle Eye Expectations
  • Eagle Wing Promotions
  • East Bay Concepts Inc
  • East Coast Business Concepts
  • East Cost Events
  • East Coast Marketing Innovations
  • East Coast Promotions
  • East Valley Consulting
  • Eastern Marketing Solutions
  • Eclectic Marketing Ltd
  • Eclipse Promotions
  • ECM Aquistions Inc
  • Eden Cube Marketing Group
  • Educate to Motivate Marketing Ltd
  • Educe Worldwide Ltd
  • EFG Marketing Solutions
  • EIB International
  • Elanna Stein
  • Elegant Promenade
  • Element Trade Frame
  • Elevation Marketing
  • Elite Advertising
  • Elite Marketing
  • Elle Communications Inc
  • ELS Advantage Inc
  • Emerald City Marketing
  • Emerald Concepts
  • Empire Concepts
  • Empire Initiative
  • Empire Initiatives
  • Empire Marketing Group Inc
  • Empire Organisation
  • Empire Promotional Events
  • Emprise Direct Concepts
  • Emprise Marketing
  • Encore Interactive
  • Endeavor Marketing International
  • Endeva Advertising Ltd
  • Enprise Marketing Group
  • Enterprises Corp
  • Entertainment Marketing
  • Entice marketing
  • Entrepreneurs Across America
  • Entourage Management Inc
  • Envision Consulting Group
  • EQ Marketing
  • EQ
  • EQM
  • ESKAL Inc.
  • ETM Marketing Ltd
  • EVC Scottsdale
  • Evantage Inc
  • Eventive Promotions
  • Evincex Enterprises
  • Excel Advertising
  • Excelsior Marketing Solutions Ltd
  • Exclusive Promotions Inc
  • Executive Advertising Inc
  • Executive Marketing Concepts Inc.
  • Executive Speciality Promotins
  • Extreme Marketing
  • F&D Group
  • Fairway Advertising Ltd
  • Family Promotions
  • Fast track
  • Fast Trak Management Inc
  • Fast Wax
  • Fastlane Enterprises Ltd
  • Fastwax
  • Fiducia Marketing
  • Figureroa Marketing
  • Filter Queen
  • Financial Training Academy
  • Fire Edge
  • Fire Inc
  • First Class Concepts
  • Five Line Marketing
  • Five Point Marketing
  • FJ Associates
  • FLH Enterprises
  • FM Solutions
  • FMG Freelance Management Group
  • Focus Marketing & Associates
  • Fortune 5 Markething
  • Forward Business Concepts
  • Fosters Marketing Solutions Ltd
  • Foundation Group
  • Four Leaf Promotions
  • Fourways Marketing Ltd
  • Franklin Insights Marketing Inc
  • Frontline Events
  • Frontline Marketing
  • FTK X Ltd
  • Fundamental Marketing Concepts
  • Fundraising Initiatives International
  • Fundraising4change
  • Fusion Marketing Group
  • Future Organisation
  • FW1
  • G Force Marketing Ltd
  • G Franklin & Company
  • G10 Glasgow
  • G10 Global Ltd
  • Galaxy Marketing
  • Galleria Marketing (was Kluger Marketing group / Meriam Marketing)
  • Gateway Energy Services Ltd
  • Gateway Marketing
  • GDR & Associates Inc
  • GDP Marketing
  • Gemini Communications
  • Gen-X Promotions
  • Genuine Marketing Solutions
  • GEOPAT Enterprises
  • Gibson Rose Inc
  • GKR Karate
  • Glasgow Interactive
  • Global
  • Global 8 Solutions
  • Global Advertising
  • Global Business Partners Inc
  • Global Business Strategies
  • Global City Enterprise
  • Global Expectations
  • Global Fundraising Inc
  • Global Innovations Inc
  • Global Marketing Concepts Inc
  • Global Net
  • Global Platinum Marketing
  • GM Business Communications
  • Go Gen Ltd
  • Gold Coast Events
  • Golden Gate Capital
  • Goodrich Marketing and Consulting
  • GQ Imports
  • Grafton
  • Grand Slam Events
  • Granton Marketing
  • Greco Marketing
  • Green & Associates
  • Green Deal Home Energy
  • Green Global Acquisitions
  • Green Light Marketing
  • GRI Global
  • Griffin Business Consulting
  • GSI
  • Happy Valet Dry Cleaning
  • Harlequin marketing
  • Hart City Executives
  • HBH Global Promotions
  • HCL
  • HCS LTD
  • HDM Marketing Concept
  • Heaton Marketing Ltd
  • HelpMeGo.To Ltd
  • Herbjoy
  • Heyes Client Services Ltd
  • Hill Inc
  • Hill Top Solutions Inc
  • Hilltop Marketing Group
  • Hilltop Solutions
  • HMI Industries
  • Horizon Executives
  • Horizon Innovations Inc
  • Horizon Marketing
  • Horizon Online
  • Horizon Promotions
  • Houston Marketing Firm
  • Houston Marketing Worx
  • HR Client Solutions
  • HSRK marketing
  • Hudson Marketing
  • Hype Initiatives
  • Hyphire Solutions
  • Hyphore
  • i2i Marketing
  • I2I Marketing
  • I.D.B. Consulting
  • IE Innovations
  • Ice Marketing Inc
  • ICM Dallas
  • Iconic Promotions
  • Iconic Solutions Inc
  • Iconic Strategies
  • ID Promotionz
  • IDB Consulting
  • Ideal Approach Inc
  • Image Branding
  • Image Imports
  • IMAGE Inc
  • IMD Ltd
  • IMG Group Inc
  • I.M.G. Inc
  • Impact Marketing Concepts
  • Impact Promotions
  • Impala Direct Ltd
  • Imperial Marketing Vision
  • Impresme marketing
  • In Touch Acquisitions
  • InTouch Acquisitions
  • Incito Inc
  • Infgl
  • Infinite Direct Inc
  • Infiniti Consulting
  • Infinitith Marketing (Pty) Ltd
  • Infinitith Marketing Ltd
  • Infinitum Globalny, a.k.a. Infgl and Invixo
  • Infinity Aquisitions Group
  • Inner Link Marketing Concepts
  • Innervision Inc
  • Innovage
  • Innovate Industries
  • Innovation Marketing Ltd
  • Innovative Access Marketing
  • Innovative Network
  • Innovative Vision Group
  • Insight Marketing Concepts
  • Instile Acquisitions
  • Integrated Solutions Marketing
  • International Marketing Initiatives Inc
  • Integrity Branding Limited
  • Intrepid Promotions
  • Intrigue Marketing
  • Intrinsic Consulting
  • Investor’s Group
  • Invixo
  • IPG Imports
  • IPM Group
  • IROK Enterprises Marketing Group Inc
  • Island Concepts
  • Island Events
  • Ives Marketing
  • J30
  • J.M.E. Marketing
  • J.S. & Associates
  • J&B Direct
  • J9 Executives
  • JAB Events
  • JAG Group
  • JACC Marketing Ltd
  • Jade Marketing Ltd
  • Jam Industries
  • JAM Prospects
  • Jam Sports marketing
  • Jambas Team Promotions
  • JB Acquisitions
  • JB Promotions
  • JBW Concepts Inc
  • JC Enterprises
  • JCW Marketing Group Inc
  • JDA Marketing
  • Jeannene Tedesco
  • JF Management Consultancy Ltd
  • JK Marketing Services
  • JLT Marketing
  • JM Marketing
  • JMD Advertising
  • JMJS Executives Inc
  • JMS Direct
  • JMS Marketing
  • JMS Marketing Solutions Ltd
  • JNL Marketing Group
  • Johnson Insights
  • Johnson Marketing Insights
  • JP Capital Partners
  • JP Consulting (Jonathan Perry)
  • JP Marketing
  • JPG Marketing
  • JPK Advertising
  • JPM Drive
  • JK Marketing
  • JSJ & Associates
  • J. Starr Advertising Inc
  • Jstar Advertising Inc
  • JSTARR Advertising Platinum Marketing
  • JTG Consulting
  • JT Resources (was Elegant Promenade Sdn. Bhd)
  • JT Marketing Concepts
  • JTM
  • JTM Solution
  • Junior Enterprise Ltd
  • Junto Group
  • Just Energy
  • Justice Organisation
  • K Marketing Group Inc
  • K Vision
  • Kalstar
  • Karma Marketing Solutions Ltd
  • Katin Inc
  • KBN Promotions
  • Kc Direct
  • KCS Concepts
  • Keen Marketing Solutions
  • Kelly Advertising Group
  • Ken Lear Marketing
  • Keneve Group of Companies
  • Kenner Group Inc
  • Key Consultancy
  • Key Innovative Marketing
  • Keys Worldwide
  • KDL Marketing Group
  • KGV Advertising
  • Kinetic International
  • Kinetic Group International
  • Kinetic Marketing Group Inc
  • Kinetic Solutions
  • KJ Innovations
  • KJC Concepts
  • KM Collective
  • KMG Kluger Marketing Group
  • KMH Organisation Ltd
  • KMS Promotions Ltd
  • Kore Integrated Communications Inc
  • KPG
  • KPJ Enterprise
  • Kreamer Marketing
  • Kreative Client Solutions
  • Krishna Worldwide Ltd
  • KSL Concepts
  • KSL Promotions
  • KSLC
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Kudos Promotions Ltd
  • L.A. Marketing Firm
  • L.T.D. Marketing Group
  • LA Dominion
  • LA Dominion Acquisitions
  • LA Marketing Firm
  • LA Sports Marketing
  • Lakeshore Marketing
  • Langdon Promotions
  • Latitude Group
  • LBC Inc
  • Lear Marketing Group
  • Legacy Advertising Worldwide
  • Legacy Concepts Inc
  • Legacy Events Group Inc
  • Legacy Marketing Group
  • Legendary Marketing Inc
  • Leo Marketing
  • Level 1 Enterprises
  • Level 1 Marketing Inc
  • Level Tech Consulting Group
  • Lex Marketing Group Inc
  • LGB Direct
  • LH International Promotions
  • LI Acquisitions
  • Liberty Events Group
  • Liberty Business Consulting
  • Liberty International Marketing
  • LIFE Long Island
  • Life Style Advertising
  • Lightyear Acquisitions
  • Limbo Marketing Inc
  • Lime Light Marketing
  • Limestone Marketing
  • Limitless Marketing
  • Linked-In Marketing
  • Live Innovations
  • Live Marketing Direct Ltd
  • Live to Give LLC
  • LJF Marketing
  • LJR Marketing Limited
  • LMC Marketing Ltd
  • LMI Inc
  • LMS Thinking
  • LNE Consulting Inc
  • Logan Business Concepts Inc
  • Logistics Advertising
  • London Galaxy
  • London Green Marketing Ltd
  • London Marketing Services Ltd
  • Long Island Acquisitions
  • LongView Concepts Inc
  • Lotus Business Solutions Inc
  • Louisville Promotions Co.
  • Lowes Client Solutions Ltd
  • LPG Inc
  • Lupine Group
  • M-1 Platinum Inc
  • M.A.X.I.S. Consulting
  • M.I.A.
  • M.P. Solutions Direct Ltd
  • MAC Consulting
  • Mac Marketing International
  • Mad Town Promotions Group
  • Madison Marketing Group
  • Magnetic Consulting Group
  • Magnum Direct
  • Magnum Marketing Ltd
  • Maidstone Kent
  • Manchester Active
  • Manchester Interactive Marketing Ltd
  • Manchester Interactive Media
  • Manchester Marketing
  • Mantra
  • Mantra Marketing Ltd
  • Market Baltimore
  • Marketing and Fundraising Partners
  • Marketing Concepts
  • Marketing Consultants of Orlando
  • Marketing Dynasty
  • Marketing Endeavours Ltd
  • Marketing Interactive
  • Marketing Fx Inc.
  • Marketing Sessions
  • Marketing Systems
  • Marketing Tech
  • Marketstorm Global
  • MAS Marketing
  • Mason Advertising Group
  • Mason Consulting Inc
  • Mass Marketing & Promotions Inc
  • Mass Marketing Inc
  • Max Marketing Inc
  • Maximum Dynamic Ltd
  • Maximum Impact Advertising
  • Maximus Global Direct Ltd
  • Maximus marketing
  • Maximus Marketing, Inc.
  • Maxum Industries
  • Maxwell
  • McLemore Advance Concepts
  • McKennedy Marketing
  • MC Marketing
  • MCm Promotions Inc.
  • Mecaa Wholesale Distribution
  • MEJ Marketing
  • Meriam Marketing
  • Merritt Inc
  • Metro Consulting & Marketing
  • Metropolitan LifeWords Inc
  • MG Ltd
  • MI Associates
  • Miami Marketing
  • Micalan Group
  • Michael Sessions
  • Midara Inc
  • Midtown Promotions
  • Midwest Focus Group
  • Midwest Marketing Concepts
  • Midwest Offices
  • MIICAH Marketing Solutions
  • Milestone Consulting Inc
  • Millennium Promotions
  • Milton Marketing
  • Milwaukee Marketing Enterprise
  • Mint Enterprises
  • MJ Experia Marketing
  • MJ Promotional Group
  • Modern Career Concepts
  • Modern Marketing
  • Modo Marketing
  • Momentum Advertising Inc
  • Monster Marketing Direct
  • Montana Acquisitions
  • Montana Marketing Ltd
  • Morton Solutions
  • Mosco Marketing Ltd
  • Motion Marketing
  • Moxie Marketing
  • Moxy Marketing
  • MMI Marketing
  • MP Inc
  • MPMD
  • MRD Corporation Ltd
  • MSB Marketing
  • MSG Elite Marketing Ltd
  • MTE Consulting Group
  • MVP Distribution
  • MyStyle Marketing Limited
  • Nagashima
  • Nathaniel and Associates
  • National Promotions Inc
  • Nationwide Marketing Ltd
  • Navarre Clientelle
  • Navitas Organisation Ltd
  • NBC Inc (Nashville Business Consulting Inc)
  • NDL Energy Ltd
  • NECOS Scotland
  • Neilson Enterprises
  • Network Marketing VT
  • Nevaeh Pte Ltd
  • New Dawn Distribution
  • New Direction Promotions
  • New Element Inc
  • New Image Concepts
  • New Wave Marketing
  • New World Marketing Inc
  • New York Business Partners
  • New York Partners
  • Newline Promotions
  • Next Global
  • Next Global Stage Solutions, Inc
  • Next Level Promotions
  • Next Wave Concepts
  • Nexus Inc
  • Nicoco International
  • Niko-Laus Enterprises
  • Nile Management Group
  • NLC Inc / No Limit Consulting
  • NMJ Business Solutions, Inc
  • Noble Solution
  • NorCal Group Inc
  • North Carolina Marketing Solutions
  • North Star Acquisitions
  • North Star Events
  • North Star Promotions
  • Northstar Marketing Consultants
  • North Wind Promotions
  • Northeast Consulting Group Inc
  • Notch INC
  • Nova Marketing & Promotions
  • NTSX Ambush Inc
  • Nu Image Marketing
  • Nu West Imports
  • NV Innovations
  • NV Global Solutions Ltd
  • NVA / Northern Virginia Advertising
  • NYBP (New York Business Partners)
  • NY Promotional Events
  • NY Skyline Promotions Inc
  • NZ Promotions
  • O.C. Marketing
  • Oasis Promotions
  • Odysseus Advertising
  • Odyssey Marketing
  • Ohio Events
  • OMS ltd
  • On Campus Marketing
  • One Element Inc
  • One Way Marketing
  • Ontario Consumers Home Services
  • Open Advertising
  • Ora Advertising
  • Ora Acquisitions Limited
  • Ora Advertising
  • Oracle Advertising Ltd
  • Oracle Marketing
  • Orange Ltd
  • Orange Marketing
  • Oratory Commerce
  • Orbital Promotions
  • Organo Gold
  • Orick marketing Solutions Ltd
  • Orrick Marketing Solutions
  • Oriental Quantum
  • Orion
  • Orion Elite Marketing Ltd
  • Outsource Ten Ltd
  • Outsourced Marketing Group
  • Outsourced Solutions
  • Outsource Sydney
  • Oval Innovation
  • Oxford Marketing Solutions
  • P & D Marketing Ltd
  • P.O.P. Acquisitions
  • P.V.G. Consulting
  • P&D Marketing Ltd
  • Pacific Advertising Group
  • Pacific Asiawide Group (of companies)
  • Pacific Group Associates SD Inc
  • PAG Advertising
  • Pandora Advertising
  • Pandora Marketing House Inc
  • Pantheon International Marketing
  • Paradigm Consulting Group Inc
  • Paradigm Promotional Group
  • Paragon Acquisitions
  • Paragon Events Direct Ltd
  • Paragon Promotions
  • Paramount Force Ltd
  • Paramount Force Promotions Ltd
  • Pareto Global Associates
  • Parker Worldwide
  • Peak Marketing Inc
  • Peak Promotions
  • Peak Ten
  • Peerless Marketing
  • Pegasus Business Corporation Limited
  • Pembroke Acquisitions
  • PerDm Group
  • PerDM Ltd
  • Perth Acquisitions
  • Peter’s Marketing
  • Peters Marketing Concepts
  • Phase IV Marketing Inc
  • Phenomonal Marketing Concepts
  • Philadelphia Marketing Executives
  • Phoenix Solution
  • Pinnacale International
  • Pinnacle Advertising
  • Pinnacle Events Inc
  • Pinnacle Promotions Ltd
  • Pioneer Advertising
  • Pioneer Initiatives
  • Pj Worldwide Limited
  • Planet Promotions
  • Platinum Advertising
  • Platinum and Co
  • Platinum Force
  • Platinum Marketing
  • Platinum Promotion
  • Platinum Sports Ltd
  • PMA Concepts
  • PMC Dayton
  • PME Direct Marketing (Prospects Marketing Enterprise)
  • PMI (in Cincinnati)
  • PNG Promotions
  • Point Thirteen
  • Polaris Communications Group
  • Polaris Inc.
  • Poole Promotions, Inc.
  • Port City Innovations
  • Potomac Advisory Group
  • Power Home Remodeling
  • Powerhouse Ltd
  • Powerhouse Direct Limited
  • Powerhouse Worldwide
  • Powers Imports
  • Praestantia Promotions
  • Praetorian Marketing
  • Pratorium Marketing
  • Precision Events
  • Premier Books Direct
  • Premier Innovations
  • Premier Marketing & Consulting, Inc.
  • Premier Marketing Concepts Inc
  • Premier Promotions
  • Premium Advertising Inc
  • Prestige
  • Primal Marketing
  • Primate Marketing
  • Prime Time Marketing
  • Primerica
  • Primerica Financial Services Company
  • Primus UK Ltd
  • Principle Marketing
  • Pro Advertising
  • Pro Consultants UK
  • Pro Enterprise
  • Pro Marketing Group
  • Pro Motion Marketing
  • Pro Sales Direct
  • Procierge
  • Proficient Advertising Group Inc
  • Profound Promotions
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838 thoughts on “Companies

  1. Sam says:

    This website is full of spite. Can everyone not see this opportunity or business model works. You don’t put a single penny down and some of these individuals have started their own businesses. In fact some of these have even gone international. Come on guys drop all the hate. Young guys and girls doing well and your all jealous of their success.

    • Morgan says:

      Yeah, works for who? The managers/people at the top of the pyramid right? Why do they keep changing their names so regularly and all they do is recruit constantly…? Hell, they don’t even care about employees, if you don’t go in, not a single call or text to ask where you are! No sustainable company works like that!!
      1% start their own businesses and what do they do? Oh yeah exploit more people. I’ve heard far more people getting screwed over by this system than really making it.

    • Truth_police says:

      Why is that do you think? Strange you don’t get whole websites dealing with other businesses so negatively isnt it? Or is it because this ‘Business’ while coming over as fun and giving people what could be some useful skills and positive motivation, instead involves the misery of below minimum wage pay, massively long hours and a cult like atmosphere that isolates people from friends and family. The isolation and denigration of the 9-5’ers is all the more ironic when its these people you are selling your products to.

      What is also wrong is the way to ‘make it’ is to recruit enough people under you to provide you with a living, classic classic pyramid scheme.

  2. anon says:

    been working for one of these companies. they are good for the ones that do want to learn and grow. i understand some negative reviews on them can be offputting but the fact the environment is great and people do earn good money but not all. to be honest people thats what happens in day to day life. the fact that some people are successful and some not is just what the world is about. have a go and see for yourself.

  3. Morgan says:

    IMPERYO in Watford have just popped up and I have to admit they almost had me. I really believed the lies they told me and that everyone who doubted it was just afraid of doing something different. I didn’t trust my instincts, something felt wrong and luckily this post has confirmed it. SO many brainwashed young people working there who totally believe in it and it is their life! I hope they do alright but from the sounds of it, most likely not.

    I understand you need to work hard to succeed but the people who find success are usually self employed working on their OWN company. There are no legit companies who employ people with NO experience and promise fast rise to management in months.
    Why do they only employ young people?? Surely employing a wide variety of older people would help when dealing with older demographics as they may appear more trustworthy?? It’s because young people are more likely to fall for it of course!
    You might make some money but at what cost? Working 10 hours a day, 6 days a week would earn you £402 if you were working at minimum wage (and that’s MINIMUM wage). If you’re a graduate, you could be finding far higher paid work, with better incentives and fewer hours.

    Don’t be brainwashed by these companies, they are extremely convincing and may appear to be offering you wealth and success if you put in the hard work. In the end you are being exploited plain and simple.

  4. Anon says:

    Anyone hear of Apex Marketing Events in Tampa, Human Resource Dept in Jacksonville? I got an interview but haven’t gone yet.

  5. Ronnie says:

    Evoque Innovations- Leicester- started in Birmingham.
    They look like one of these companpies, no experience in sales and marketing necessary, full on the job training, team nights, earn from £350-450 a week + more. It all sounded so good, even I could do it, as I’d never heard of them so I did a bit of googling and this is the second site I found warning people.
    I’m not going to bother, my current position doesn’t look so bad now, and yes, I do work hard in it but 10 hours a day, 6 days a week?! Where’s the work/ life balance? No job is worth losing family time or eventually getting sick over, heatlth, family and life are important.

  6. Veronica says:

    Hi all, glad I found this site, just a shame it wasn’t around 11 years ago!

    I applied for a marketing position in 2005. It stated no cold calling, etc and as I fancied a change to my usual shop sales, I went for it. The ad in my local rag was small with a mobile phone number, I rang, spoke to some woman, who gave me a telephone interview. She said I’d passed stage one and someone would call me back, they did at 11pm, I was just about to go to bed!
    They fella gave me details of where to turn up to the next day and I had to be suited and booted, he was extremely friendly and said I was just the sort of person he was looking for.

    The next day, I turned up at what used to be a sports store in my town and went upstairs in the office, which had seen better days, there was loads of people there, all ages and not all smartly dressed.

    When it was my turn for my ‘second’ interview, the guy was dressed like a pimp, I’m not kidding! White suit, purple shirt with matching velour hat, snakeskin white and grey shoes and a stick with a gold bears head on. He told me I’d got the job and that I was the perfect person for the job. What worried me at the time, all the young people seemed to be getting the positions. I was told to wait for my leader, who I’d be shadowing for the rest of the day.
    By this time, I was having my doubts and they were concerning me, so, I asked to visit the ladies and left. The guy left many messages for me and I told him I’d found work elsewhere. He didn’t seem to happy about that though. Very odd.

    Unfortunately for me though, my ‘work elsewhere’ was again in sales, selling advertising space for a high end magazine I’d never heard off. It was big with businesses, apparently.
    That turned out to be in a makeshift office with no facilities, only 1 shred loo. I was meant to be trained, my training consisted of a piece of paper, which I had to read from whilst cold calling businesses. I had a base wage of which could be boosted by the amount of space I sold. Which was fine, I got it.

    Only I was told to sell the space no matter what, ‘NO’ wasn’t an answer. I rang a small business, lovely lady, who explained, she was waiting for a client to pay and could I call back, I did the hard sell and she burst into tears, her business was on it last legs, etc. I felt awful, especially when my team leader bellowed all sorts of obscenities down the phone at her and at me, for not making the sale.

    That was enough for me, I had my break and left…..the said company(I can’t remember the name) doesn’t even exist anymore, that says it all really!

    I’ve read on here how, some people are saying that working in sales probably wasn’t suited to some and that’s why they are on here moaning and are jealous.

    I do not believe that to be the case, I was working in a surf shop at the time, I’ve always worked in shops, selling, advising etc but those other ‘sales’ jobs…..bloody terrible.
    It such a shame these awful companies are allowed to exist, even if it is for a short time.

  7. kwazy says:

    If you think they are a scam, well look at working at Walmart, or basically anywhere minimum wage. Here you learn a great set of skills Sales, if you can’t learn these skills unfortunately it will be a waste of time. If you are able to afford 2-3 months of barely making money maybe 100-200 a week and are a good learner you can actually start making some serious cash from these and not even being a manager of a place. I know the one I worked at you could make 120$ for a triple bundle (Was internet, tv, home phone) The work was enjoyable no boss breathing down your back. I was making about the same as I would at a min wage job and was there for a month. I was feeling more confident at it every day but unfortunately had to leave to go traveling 🙂 . I wouldn’t say they are a waste of time, definitely worth trying out just don’t quit the first week sure it might be shitty, but if you can learn sales is one of the best paying jobs and they do offer great valuable training! Though it would be nice to at least be paid a servers wage or something a long those lines. Though then you would get people who just dink around.

  8. An says:

    So I’ve recently managed to get myself out of one of these. I, like the rest of you, was promised quick progression, had the salaries of the managers thrown at me as an obvious incentive, but was also told I had to work hard to get it. Now I had been working at a bar beforehand so was used to 12 hour shifts so this didn’t scare me off, it’s only looking back at it now that I realise how much was off. I was never asked to sign a contract, the building that the company (Capital Events Marketing) was in was run down and shared it with Pantheon (which I’ve seen a lot of you talking about). I went on an observation day and was given the whole run down of how much money I would be making, but never at any point was I told that it was 100% commission. I accepted the job, being very naive about these things and got ready for my first week. I worked 60 hours in one week and got paid nothing as “you’re not expected to make sales in your first week”, I also had to pay for 3 meals each day so I eventually put myself out of money to the point where I can’t afford to eat now. It’s one of those “scams” that is actually legal but is heartless and underhanded, they’ve worked out how to get around the legal minimum wage and are creating an army of “outsourced” “self employed” workers. And yes, there are people making money out of it, but I wouldn’t advise going into one of these jobs if you have rent to pay.

  9. Alex says:

    Today I attended an interview with Citipeak events at their office near Angel underground station in London. The previous day I received a call from them, after replying to one of their vague job adverts online where I was asked a couple of questions and then offered to come the next day for an interview, I asked the person on the phone what is the hourly rate and they gave me the vague answer of £250-450 per week.

    When I went for the interview I was given a sheet of paper with a few basic questions about myself and was told to wait. There were several people in the same room waiting to be interviewed and more kept coming. Eventually I was taken to another room where I was interviewed by someone working for this company, and he asked me a couple of questions about myself and then told me they promote the services of their client ‘Talk Talk’ and that I would have the opportunity to progress from being a “sales advisor” to being a “team leader” after getting some experience with them. I asked him about the working hours and again he game a vague answer saying that I would be “self employed”.

    On the same day a few hours after the “interview” they gave me a call and asked me if I would like to come in the next day for an unpaid trial day starting from 9am to 6pm where I would be with some of their team members to see how they work. Again they provided no information as to where we would be going or exactly what we would be doing.

    It’s a SCAM, it’s a purely commission based job; whenever you ask them a question regarding the pay, working hours e.t.c. they give you vague answers and tell you that you will find out more later on…Some people might be able to make a little bit of money, but most people won’t make anything and will simply waste their time and money working for these crooks. It’s shocking how many of these companies there are out there, also don’t forget all the pyramid scheme companies out there that work in a similar fashion.

  10. Kimberly says:

    How about Alpha Acquisitions in Savannah, GA? They’re currently hiring… can’t find out much about them….

  11. Casey says:

    F.A.S.T Global Marketing, I go in for my “full day assessment” tomorrow and as I started thinking and realizing all the sketchiness I basically went federal government mode and looked into every aspect in which this is my 3rd site that has exact descriptions of my experience. These are coming from peoples experiences in the UK and US. I cant believe I wasted my day even on the first interview , couldn’t imagine doing an all day “assessment”.

  12. Truth_police says:

    Credico are one of the central companies that sign up the deals with the companies like Talk Talk and Care2Give (who represent charities). The way they operate is to have ‘outsourced’ marketing companies, the ones you see listed in this blog do the selling for them. The manager of each of these companies ‘hires’ their team of street sellers as self employed sales people.

    The way these businesses grow is for a person to make the management criteria and then start their own office and so on and so on. They retain some people by selling this dream and getting managers to promote their own ‘bling’ and by things like trips away to conferences so the poor salesperson is brainwashed into the opportunity.

    For each sales a cut of each sale goes to Credico and then the manager takes theirs and what’s left goes to the sales person as commission. This is all transparent so the sales people ‘know’ what they are getting into but are seduced by the brainwashing that goes on down the chain and the constant focus on being positive and not listening to the negativity of your friends and parents (a classic cult like isolation technique) which combined with the long work hours and in house socialising means slaes people have little time to resist or even think about getting out.

    The self enployment thing is also a really clever way of avoiding minimum wage commitments and other employment liabilities (look at the recent Uber case in the UK) All the managers have their own company which again separates the client company even more from the sales person and the bottom of the chain.

    The amusing thing is all these outsourced marketing companies push the fact the are entrepreneurial when all they do is follow the same model as all the others. They all have pictures and blog posts of ‘sales conferences’ and glitzy dinners, just look at the add boards behind them they all say Credico. Where does the money come from for these events and trips? From the money the end clients pay Credico that doesn’t get passed down to the sales people. So the poor guys at the bottom pay for those at the top to have a nice time while all the time being sold that dream back to them as the wonderful opportunity. Its so ironic and brilliant and sad at the same time.

  13. Kiersten says:

    Some in CO:
    Black Card Management
    Omnit Marketing
    Rhumb Line Business Logistics
    Onnit Marketing Group
    Colorado Promotional Group
    Mammoth Marketing
    Blue Modus

    • Conrad says:

      The mammoth marketing in aurora Colorado. I’ve met with the owner Meghan Nelson. She was trained out from the Salt Lake City office now called Project 30, run by Myke Bangs.

  14. Anon says:

    I have recently interviewed with a whole lot of these companies. SAME all stuff. This that marketing and all that but none of them have the balls to say they do commission only and use the words door to door.

    Tc sales.
    Srj
    BLUE moose marketing
    Fortitude plethora
    Augmentum promotions.

  15. The Ghost of Reps Past says:

    So is anybody following this Appco thing in Australia? It’s good shit. You should check out Appco Australia’s news section at http://www.appcogroup.com.au/news.
    It went from the usual bullshit stories like “Entrepreneurs come together for Appco Australia skills-share event” or “Chris Niarchos: Turning challenges into opportunities” to articles defending their scam. Riveting stuff.

    If you take the time to read through their gobbledygook, you might come to the conclusion that Appco is staring to drown in its own lies. They claim that “The bullying and harassment allegations reported by the ABC are from 2014 and relate to two marketing companies that have closed in the past two years”. Please keep in mind that over 500 reps have come forward since the scandal.

    Now if the bullying and harassment came from two offices, why are people coming forward from all over the country? Doesn’t make any sense does it?

    My personal favorite is the article from The Sydney Morning Herald where Appco Australasia CEO Martin Gaffney is forced to defend his ‘business’. He said “Charities’ biggest concern is that this publicity will result in this revenue stream drying up … They’re nervous that if Appco was forced to stop fundraising or to move to an employment model, it would be a challenge for their fundraising,”

    Nice one. It’s all about the charities. If we’re forced to do the right thing and start paying our reps, the charities are going to suffer. It’s like it has nothing to do with his company being exposed and him trying to save his own ass. Who writes this stuff?

    I think we need a charity for Appco reps. Lord knows they need the money.

    • Truth_police says:

      Interesting and very sad if you read the reports about the poor guy being killed by a train after a crew night. HMRC in the UK need to investigate Credico in the UK asap

  16. anon says:

    future generation marketing
    blue moose
    ark promotions
    venture 88
    all the same shit. door to door commission only. bullshit

  17. Truth_police says:

    Gumball Promotions in Sheffield is no more and Callum Boyle has left so good news but I’m sure there will be another office rearing its head somewhere.

  18. BELL RINGER says:

    Hero Corp/Panthon CEO Boyd Parker London N1 – Dont be fooled by pitctures of him sat in a ferrari or on hired yatches.

    He is a sales man and will always be – His job is to sell you hopes and dreams. The hope that you will some day become free from the 9-5 world and youll gain experience to the point you open your own company with in 1-3 years. Lets explain…

    ” Please please I wana be rich and not work pleaaaaase?”

    Okay ill tell you 🙂 !

    Learn the sales technique and sales pitch and go
    Nock 100 doors with a vision at least one person will buy into your product/services. Possible ? “Yes Possible – count me in!

    You will sell and recruit people who are looking for employmemt based on misguided job advertisments. Boyed will advertis the role as a 18k-20k negotiable on an online agency some where so dont have to work hard trying to find peole. You will feed potiential candiates with hopes and dreams too, with a great attitude and enthuaism of course!

    You sell every day anlong side trying recruite candidates to join you on this badly disgusied sales role. If you recruit 4 you become a leader, this is stage 1. Once you become a leader you will encourge your team of 4 to do the same. Sell hopes and dreams to others so they can become leaders by doing what youve done – which is to recruite four other indivudals misguided – fed nice warm dreams so they can carry this legandry pyramid scheme on.

    Once youre on top of your pyramid and all staff are hitting targets included yourself – you get promoted to an owner which is the stage 2.

    “What happens when you own your own
    You will recruite sales staff and develop them into leaders which will do the same thing only this time you will have an appointed services / product under you so every sales staff that sells you gain a commision too.

    Sounds great doesnt it?

    Go ahead then ? What you waiting on ? 100 doors per day to sell a product/service with NO basic salery – your 24/7 positive mind set will get you through! Havnt made a sale ? No.worries postive attutide pal! You can do it – Sorry did you say you responsibilties i.e bills ? family ? Dont worry ! possitve attitude! Just keep nocking !

    This is the perfect opportunity to make pure commision in a suit walking 10 hours a day. Of course your recruites will have no concern if they dont sell because the best life is salery free and commision only – very easy process of course and a bank account balance of 0 £ plus commision.

  19. Rox says:

    Does anybody know about Aurora Worldwide? How do they pay? Do they treat people as they promise or it is all just a marketing strategy to drag you in?

  20. Please be aware of pantheon from angel London. after working there for about 2 weeks, i have been curious as to what is still going on and i have seen that they changed their name and also they could leave London. I think they ran out of people to scam!

  21. Curious says:

    Anyone know anything about Privilege Promotions in Birmingham? They seem to fit the same criteria and I have an unpaid free trial tomorrow. I’m nervous to go and don’t think I should. Am I just overthinking and being too cautious?

  22. Curious says:

    UPDATE: Privilege Promotions are indeed a scam. I just checked the MDs LinkedIn page and his previous employment was with S5 marketing which was investigated by the ASA and MJ Experia Marketing. Both of his positions in these were for less than a year and their Glassdoor reviews (the real ones) make for revolting reads on how they treated staff. When I asked about the position the answers given back were vague. They asked to bring a CV but did not ask to see it and only really mentioned their ‘development plan.’ When I was called for the interview last week (less than 10hrs after I applied) the person on the phone said they had moved to the location recently and she had been there for 7 weeks. When I spoke to the MD he apologised for the shabby experience and exclaimed they had only moved in today. I have tried to comment on their job ads but Surprise Surprise it will not let me add any comments.
    Thank God for my two months at law school which made me more wary of scams like these.
    Please add to list!!!

  23. Ahmed says:

    I use to work for Citipeak Promotions and I can confirm anything rhat is asked of me, but essentially, yes 100% Nick Johnson is a scam artist and so is his ‘right hand’ man Paul Mcgrath. Stay away from them.

  24. - says:

    There’s seem to be a lot of people on here with massive oppinions that haven’t even got past the interview stage, how can you question the legitimacy of a company if you haven’t even stayed past the interview… I worked for one of these companies for months and absolutely loved it, I had to leave due to personal problems but fully intend to go back.
    Your told it’s commission from the off, you earn back what you put in as every self employed person in the world is. There were guys there earning upwards of 200 pound a day easily. As for the newbies or the people that are struggling they used to get help from the md, I’ve had mine pay for my lunches and train fair until I was able to. The progression in these companies are amazing if you put in the time and effort, I’ve seen it happen myself, people opening up their own offices after a year if not less.
    The days are long as you do earn commission so the longer your out the more money you make, you learn life skills that apply to almost every situation, you get to travel all over the place, the md used to take us out for drinks and would even buy us meals/bonuses if we’d hit our pb or had done really well. The pay has always been honest and I genuinely miss it, i don’t think anyone has the right to judge these companies until they have actually been in one.

  25. Annoyed says:

    Wearebluemoose.com piccadily business centre add them to the list as well. Not very clear in the interviewing process in explaining that it is door to door sales.

  26. TAKE THEM DOWN says:

    K2k Marketing, Privilege Promotions, Gold icon, MJ Experia Marketing, Visual Insights Ltd, Strategic 5 Marketing and Think Like Wassall (Matt Wassall) are all scams in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

  27. Conrad says:

    So we’ve got Project 30 in Salt Lake City. At least that’s what they call themselves now. I did hear mention in the office that they’ve changed names and logos at least 3 times. That’s a big red flag. Normal companies will hardly ever change their name and logo, especially if they do marketing.
    Project 30 doesn’t do the door to door sales, they’ve got contracts with big name retail stores like Sam’s Club, Costco, and Kroger. (Walmart in Jan 2018) So the employees are usually found running the “marketing” event in one of those. It’s all just a bunch of college kids trying to hawk over priced items normally found only online.
    The morning office meetings are very cult like and described to a T in the article. Learning “marketing” systems like the “5 steps to build impulse” the “law of averages”, the “FUGI system”, and finally the very important “8 steps” in which they encourage the employees to take very little breaks.
    The salary here is commission based but with a minimum wage of $8 as a safety net for those who can’t sell well enough.
    It’s the two facts of being in retailers rather than streets and salary that make them tell you that they’re not an MLM scam, but so far they still follow every business model for one.

    So stay away from Project 30 Salt Lake City, and it’s branch company in aurora Colorado called Mammoth Marketing

  28. LT says:

    Pantheon in angel has changed its name to Hero Corp and is still run by Boyd Parker, I worked for pantheon for nearly a year, and it is a scam its all about brain washing people, you work exhaustive hours both physically and mentally and you don’t earn that much money because you have to pay for travel all around London and parts of surrey. you have to pay for food, so called team nights, the week trips away where 7 of you are crammed into a hotel room and then made to sell from that location i.e luton, southhampton, leeds. the “motivational” stories that are told to you over and over again and they are always themed around Pitch, Pace or attitude. They have huge turnovers in staff as they cannot keep people around for long enough. They try to isolate you from your family and friends by claiming that in order to be successful you shouldn’t hang out with people who work 9-5, I had friends that worked there that ended up living with their leader and the rest of their team your talking about 10 people in a 2 bedroom place sharing rent but only one of you are down on the lease so if anything brakes you never get your deposit back. All the managers show off but in reality there companies are actually off shoots of bigger companies that they have to pay money to also I know that because most people don’t register properly as self employed with HMRC when they sign the contract by the time they become assistant mangers and managers at the companies they end up owing quite a lot of money to the HMRC because of a backlog of unpaid tax between £3000- £11000 depending on how long they had been earning without paying the proper amount of tax. Pantheon Uk have actually started up in Leeds so look out for that.

  29. Big Al says:

    Had an ‘interview’ with a company called Acquiro22. Didn’t see this post at the time but can indeed confirm they do door to door sales and not was promised on the job advert. The interview lasted 10minutes and was asked to come back tomorrow. To be fair the second interview was shadowing a member of the work. So I understood then it was door to door I would have been in for a fright if we hadn’t done this. If you like door to door sales go for it. But I don’t think the progression is real. The team leader said I can be a manger withing 6 months but he has been at the company for 8 and he is only on the second stage. They didn’t make a single sale while I was there. I left after being with them for six hours in which he said if I stay I would be offered the job I politely declined. But they did seem friendly and the shadow technique is a good show to see if you like it.

  30. Cam says:

    I was hired through Sparks Enterprise for Regera Inc. They are both associated with Cydcor and similarly Regera Inc exploited contract workers from what they told me.

  31. Karen says:

    Go look these companies up on Company’s House. I’ve just spent a while looking into them after etting burned years ago. They change names constantly, incorporate other companies for £20, £10, £1, etc. Recurring names and offices keep coming up, most of them have the same bloody phone number, and their accounts are easily available.

    Gilles Jean Baudet is the head scam master.
    Nanette White too, though can’t find much else on her.
    Naomi Lewis, social media person
    Huw Devonald (sp?), director listed at several

    This, I suspect, at least the two guys, is the top of the pyramid where all the money flows.

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