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69 Queen St E #200, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1R8, Canada
(647) 679-5050
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Dec 28, 2018
They are working under the guise of Zip Intetnational Inc. They are scammers will interview you through multiple rounds like they are a big company. Their reps behave like they own a business jet but dont seem to walk the talk. Stay away from these guys, you will be required to hard sell credit cards in malls and stores.

Mar 24, 2017
I've personally worked with the manager for number of years. He's wasn't only a great biz partner but a great friend. Dan was always willing to go the extra mile for his team. He's been without a doubt one of the best biz partners I've had a chance to work with, his integrity was second to none. Dan has a great vision and a tremendous work ethic to hit the team's goals.

Aug 6, 2018
Great place really nice people interview was great

Oct 25, 2018
This people are scammers , please RUN AWAY!

Jun 20, 2016
Good day everyone, I have been working with this company for nearly 4 years. So proud to be part of the "little family". Yes exactly that's what we are, we treasure every minute, every second that we spend with each other everyday. I can not wait to get up in the morning to come to work. Yes, you do need to give your 110% so we can give you 120%, and yes no one said it's easy, but as you know, the harder you work the better the rewards are and that's how you will succeed. I see an amazing year, we are already in June, we have achieved so much with all the individuals that have been with us in this path, thanks, good luck to every single one of you, never let anyone or anything come in between your dreams and goals....


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