My experience with WellCheck was very disappointing. The event was very disorganized and it seemed like there was very little planning done before the event. It took forever for us to get our materials and when we did things were missing and some of thing things that were there were inadequate to say the least. Even the WellChecks nurses did not feel at all professional or comfortable using those flimsy needles and the illegitimate paperwork! How could they say that if we sell less than 50 flu shots, then we didnt have the tools needed to sell one. Thats impossible to sell 50 flu shots with all the restrictions that we had to work with. $28 is very expensive for a flu shot and for people to pay it out of pocket, its not going to attract anybody to get flu shots at all. Also, i signed up to promote (that is what I do, I promote products) not sell.. if WellCheck need sales people to work on commission they should have use them. I just posted on the www.wellcheck.org also, but figured that I would also post on this site because everyone should know that the WellCheck company are owned by unethical business people. I worked way to hard to not be paid!!!! I also think that they used to be called CheckUps and the guy who owns the company now is Jack tawil or maybe that is not even his real name. I need to pay my rent and hope you guys pay us soon. Anyway, just be careful these guys are not good people to work with or work for.
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