When I first found out about this job they sent me a letter in the mail telling me about a summer job opportunity.
In simple terms, don't do this job. You have to get qualified during the interview, and sit through two 5 hour long trainings. It is super insufficient, you have to work solely off of referrals, which means you basically start showing the CUTCO products (or doing the demos) with your family members, and then you later have to expand by gathering as many numbers as possible to show the products to.
There is no way to just work with anyone. You have to find as many people to sell with as possible. Who has time for that? These appointments are scheduled through an app called "Queue", where you make phone calls and book the demo.
The demos are done on zoom, and you basically read from the cutco script manual and try to convince your client to buy a set of knives for $1,419. This job is perfect for people who are friends with rich doctors, lawyers, scientists- people that have money to spend.
You start off by receiving 10% commission of whatever you sell, and every time you sell, you get "promoted", which means you start getting a higher percentage of commission every time you sell.
If you don't sell anything you can file for base pay, which is $20 an appointment. However, you are only eligible for base pay if you participate in the team meetings, which occur on Wednesdays and Fridays, from 6:30-9pm, as well as make calls to your office manager before, during, and after your demos.
Overall, this job experience was terrible for me and it is not as flexible as they make it seem. My journey with Vector Marketing was very poor and I would not recommend it to anybody. Just don't do this job- you'll waste your time.