Various Other Pacesetter Corporation Experiences
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Thanks to Pacesetter Corp. and their attempted legal action to shut down this site, we have now started asking each author to swear, under penalty of perjury, that everything stated in their story is true. Unfortunately, we have been unable to contact this author. However, someone seems to have posted this story on the misc.consumers.house newsgroup, and thus it can now be read there.
Subject: ex employee
I worked for Pacesetter for almost a year as a salesman and assistant manager.
I am sorry the people at this site have had problems, but you are the exception, not the rule. I'm very proud of the work I did for Pacesetter and for my customers. There are some bad apples out there, but all companies have their problems.
I have now been with another company now for a year and have lower prices due to less overhead, but have no apologies for Pacesetters prices. With 2 years experience in home improvement sales in Missouri, to my knowledge, I've only had 2 unhappy customers.
I think alot has to do with the quality of salesrep you have. The other ex employees who have written you sound like people who couldn't handle the work and are bitter.
For every 1000 reps who start, only 1 will last a year, so that makes me doubt the validity of your exemployee letters.
Several letters offer feedback, but you still wont show their email address, why?
Prove your self and print my letter!
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If only 1 out of 1000 reps last for a minimum of one year at Pacesetter Corp., then it sounds like there is definitely something seriously wrong with the company.
For the letters that offered feedback, we asked if they would like us to post their e-mail address or if they would prefer for people to contact them though us. So far they've all chosen to let people contact them though us.