On July 31, 2008, I was contacted by a representative of Citigroup/Primerica who said he had my resume and was interested in interviewing me for an Executive Management position. Although I have been searching for a new job I never emailed my resume to Citigroup/Primerica but still didn't bother to ask where he got my resume.
Upon arrival on August 5, 2008, I had to sign an attendance log, was handed a flyer and name tag for my lapel then entered a room of at least 25 other people. There was an unctuous man giving a presentation and I thought maybe this was a blanket/group interview of some sort. Within 10 minutes 5 of us left the room when we realized that we were lied to about the existence of any management position and Primerica just lured us in to sell us term life insurance. Upon closing the door behind me, the salesman threw down his notepad and pen and screamed to the poor victims who stayed that if anyone else was not at all interested then they were to leave immediately because he wanted no more interruptions!
Obviously, no one moved. Primerica products must be really bad if they have to lie to people and corner them into a sales pitch.
I have contacted the BBB in Atlanta and hope Primerica is brought to account for their unscrupulous actions.