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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Credico (Austin, TX) in Aug 2020
Very deceptive. The interview is for a rigorous door to door sales role (account executive) under the guise of being a marketing position. The goal is for you to "manage your own office" someday, which is just a deceptive pyramid scheme. I was forced more or less to sit through a 1-hour presentation and "take notes" without regard for my experience. They told me I would have to work 10AM to 7PM. One of their most prized work mottos is "Work a full day" which doesn't make sense if you're doing well and getting all your work done. Basically the work will never be done in this role, it's a sales/ pyramid scheme and when I told the interviewer my concerns he basically said I wasn't fit for the job. I felt bad for him because he is being forced to make these presentations and promises they can't keep. One of the biggest red flags is they "guarantee a 10 to 1 ROI" for their clients, which no business should ever do, especially one with no brand name recognition or actual marketing method. I'm still confused after an hour what it is they actually sell. It's very sad for people who get stuck in this role, so wanted to share my experience now in the wake of COVID19 layoffs and many people probably getting these scammy interviews. Stay away!
- What is the difference between direct and indirect marketing? Do you have kids at home that would prevent working 10-7?
I applied online. I interviewed at Credico (Cape Town) in Jan 2020
The interview experience was not bad to be quite honest and they put someone who is rather approachable and you’re able to work with them and openly speak to them .
- Tell us about yourself ??
I applied in-person. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Credico (New York, NY) in Jan 2019
Saw the address on internet, get there on time wearing a suit and wait some minutes to be called and pass to an officce with a nice lady who did a very smooth interview
- Where did you hear from us? Your past experience Your goals What do you spect
I applied online. I interviewed at Credico (United States) in Oct 2018
A scam they played and took over 3 interviews even tho they would hire anything with a pulse. Its a pyrimad scheme that they try to sell to people as fools to worl and then never pay.
- Would you travel aka go to the hood. Do you want to work to get were you want ? Makes you work monday thru saturday and dosent pay you.
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Credico (Chicago, IL) in Mar 2018
The whole process took one month and was very engaging. The interview didn't feel like an "interview," it was more of an active conversation on why I enjoy working in big data.
- Why are you interested in working as a Data Analyst?
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Credico (United States)
Phone interview with HR, then an in-person interview with 2 people. Found the first interviewer to be professional. The second interviewer was rude, intrusive, and lacked people skills; I could tell said person clearly thought highly of themselves. Found the office to have an overall odd vibe to it- weird music playing in the lobby. And the receptionist was missing for nearly 20 min (and this was not during lunch).
- What was your GPA in college (weird Q considering I've been out of college for many years now)
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Credico (Vancouver, BC)
Three staged interview. A short meet and greet with the CEO, followed by a 90 minute second round and third round meeting the next day. The second round interview, the interviewee insisted on me using my notebook -- I declined because I have a good memory, so he wrote in my notebook for me. I never had to look at the notes he took.... Later I discovered that he was intensely brainwashed and heavily invested in the company. He seemed like a good guy, who got caught up in the wrong scam.
- What does the law of averages mean to you?
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Credico (New York, NY) in Aug 2016
To be clear, I interviewed for one of the companies under Credico. I applied on a Tuesday and had the first interview on Friday. That interview was easy and took no more than 5-10 minutes. I was invited back for a second interview on Monday. That interview was from 10am-3pm, and was observational. This is where I learned that the job is all sales, and just stopping people on the street to get them to sign up for a service (the job description was so vague, it didn't say anything about this). The employee observing me liked me, so she sent me back to the office to meet with the CEO. The CEO asked when I could start, and I said I could the following week, as I had other interviews set up. That was apparently not okay, and because of demand for employees, they needed me to start the next day. I was given an offer, and I told them I would like some time to think about it, to which the CEO responded "yeah, we don't do that here." The interview was easy, but made me think that even if I bombed it, I would still have been given an offer. The companies under Credico are scams, and their vague descriptions do not let you realize that until you are interviewing and learning about the LONG hours and that the pay is all commission. I left the interview frustrated, feeling like I had been cheated out of time by this company.
- After I met with the CEO, I was quizzed on what I had learned that day: Why do we need so many employees? How come it is so important for us to make sales?
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Credico (Sydney) in Jan 2015
I answered to an online job add. One of the the office administrators got back to me the same week and asked me to come in for an interview to meet one of the directors. After that interview, I was scheduled in for a observation day, where I would go out on the field with a seller. This took about 2 hours then I was asked to go back to the office for a last interview.
- Are you a hard worker?
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Credico (Hoboken, NJ) in Oct 2014
it was breif they barely asked questions it seemed like they didnt care, they just needed more bodies to sell verizon fios and could care less who they hire. you are guaranteed to get hired. Just say anything that you think they will like to hear and they will give you a job. they hire people who have never sold anything in their lives with zero experience and they will still hire them since so many people quit the job so soon they constantly need bodies to keep the pyramid scheme going.
- can you sell stuff?