White Label Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
A white-label product is a product or service produced by one company (the producer) that other companies (the marketers) rebrand to make it appear as if they had made it.
Sales Marketer (Former Employee) says"I wouldn't recommend working here, at all. Everyone seems extremely friendly until it comes down to actually explaining the premise of the job."
Lab Technician (Former Employee) says"White Label had all of the nicest equipment for the job and should have been a great place to work. There was never anyone who knew what was going on or what we were supposed to be doing it seemed. Very poor organization and leadership combined with working the employees long hours made for a discouraging work environment."
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) says"Good one and friendly management. they are going to close in Liverpool as far my knowledge and that's why I need to find some other job. Since I am a student and I have to earn for my living expenses and all. Cons: low salary"
Marketing Associate (Contract) says"Typical place to learn and grow in the business world. White Label exposes you to good customer service when it comes to business to consumer marketing."
Former Employee - Account Executive says"I worked at White Label full-time for less than a year Cons: Everything else, especially pay was based off commissions"
says"I worked at White Label Cons: Run away from this place as fast as you can. You basically go around Jersey City and knock on people's door and sell them Verizon, IDT energy etc. They basically lure you in by posting different job titles such as HR Assistant, Account Manager etc. No matter which position you apply for they will consider you for a door to door salesman."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at White Label full-time Cons: Interviewed with this company for a Marketing Internship and showed up at some hot and packed HR office. Had a VERY short interview with a woman who had no idea how to conduct a proper interview. She was telling me how the position involves travel to 'Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston' and all these other major cities. After answering the 'Tell me about yourself' question and her trying to sell the position to me, she then said "Well I know it's too soon but we'd like to bring you in for a second interview." I could tell right from the get-go that it was some MLM garbage. So then I asked her how compensation would work. She clearly made something up on the fly and said I could make anywhere between "400 to 800 dollars per week depending on bonuses." What? I decided not to show up for the second interview after recognizing that it was another MLM/Pyramid Scheme gig. Students, or really anyone: stay away from this "company." They're not a respectable or well-known firm AT ALL. Look up "The Sweatshop of Wall Street" and "Devilcorps" to get a good sense of what this firm is all about."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at White Label full-time Cons: Basically a pyramid scheme, don't bother."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at White Label full-time for less than a year Cons: Waste of time and money, all these people "working" there don't know what to do, just asking stupid stuffs during the interview."
says"I worked at White Label Cons: Everything you read about them is fake and their job posts are all lies. You are a sales person on foot, working by commission. Just take a look at their website, which only states 'general' and 'vague' terms about what they supposedly do. These people get some kind of government contract where they force 'you' to do the dirty work for them, and by that I mean sell. I was told by a source who actually speaks to people that do sales for WL that they are selling phones to people with medicaid. It's all government based and you get commission from the government. WL doesn't even pay you. When you go to their interview, notice they do not have a titled sign out side of their office suite. That's because these types of businesses pick and go whenever it's too risky for them or they need to tackle another location. They aren't stable. During the interview they will try to brain wash you with enticing words such as, "marketing, sports events, new offices, travel time, working with clients, salary, promotions, growth, etc." It's all a lie. They DO NOT have any affiliations, sponsorship, partnerships with any other businesses. They will tell you that they do B2B agreements with big corporations like AT&T, Unicef, Plenti, Verizon, etc. It's a lie because they acquire government contracts. I wouldn't be surprised if all of their business efforts are scams/frauds. Please do not waist your time with them and do your research!"
Former Employee - Coorporate Trainer says"I worked at White Label full-time for less than a year Cons: Commission base, no benefits, long hours, there is no actual job security. The company is built on alway hiring because of how frequently people leave. It is a door to door sales job; however, they will tip toe around the word during your first couple of rounds of interviews. They are sales people and they train the managers and the trainers there to sell you this position that it's an opportunity waiting to happen for you."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at White Label full-time Cons: Sell product door to door, provide own transportation to neighborhoods"
Former Employee - Corporate Trainer says"I worked at White Label full-time for more than a year Cons: Very very long hours that often were unpaid. Even when I was making a few sales a day, which was considered very good, if you took my pay and divided it by the hours that I worked it was less than minimum wage. The management was extreme in the sense that they would actually yell at you if you did not hit sales. I was part of a team that relocated to Florida and while doing the same thing I took an 80% pay cut and pretty much got screwed."
says"I worked at White Label Cons: Long hours of work, and isn't a based salary."