Devere Group's reply to:
Devere Group - DE VERE, Nigel Green, Steven Luckett de Vere Financial Consultants, Nigel Green, CEO, Steven Luckett
As an ambitious 26 year old pretty, blond girl with a degree in management from City University in Bulgaria and had wanted to break off from excort work in Knightbridge, London.I had put my name down in several UK jobsites for work in financial services as many of my high-paying clients were accountants and bankers.
I have no financial services experience, but have very good English and an 'engaging' personality. So I thought I was well qualified to give the job a go. I was contacted by a recruiter from de Vere Group and was offered a job as a financial consultant for the company's Moscow office (as I speak Russian). I guess the recruiter calling me got my CV from a jobsite.
I went for the interview which was a presentation. It all looked good: 150,000 a year guaranteed, office location of my choice, full training and a caring firm. I became worried when I got their offer letter which seemed to show that I would have to pay them back my training course expenses, pay for my IFA course and exams (although they said they would do that), do cold calls all on my own!!!! and so on.
When I told them, I had changed my mind after getting the letter, I got a call from one of their managers who said that I would be treated right, if I treated him right. When I asked him if he was referring to sexual favours, he said that he could be. I cut him off and sent letter to Nigel Green, the company's CEO to complain and copied it to Steven Luckett, the recruiter's boss. No response nothing.
de Vere left a bad taste in my mouth and I guess they will in yours too! If you are girl willing to give sex for your career, you could do well there. But if you want a real job, stay clear I say.
Horrible, horrible people.