On account of the fact that the 'assessment' was easy to the point of being farcical, there was no proper interview, I was asked for £20 cash to speak to somebody (cash I guess so that there was no record of a transaction taking place), a room full of people cheering (speculation here since I didn't go in but I'm guessing these people had paid the £20, been sent into this room and placed a few dummy trades. I then surmised that the cheering was for some poor sod because he got a winner, making everyone feel better about the money they just wasted), the £500 fee for 'training', no info about said training and the fact that when I researched the company all I could find was the website and the info on companies house stating the company had only been set up in January - All this led me to believe that the procession of people was just a way of making a couple £k from the amount of people paying £20 each. Admittedly some like me probably didn't pay it but from the look of it a fair few did.
The lack of a company record makes it seem unlikely that they are able to provide the sort of funding they claim, admittedly I can't prove this either way but I just didn't get a good impression from them and I'm sure people can see why. The fact I wasted £75 and two days on travel didn't help.
Hope this info helps somebody out there before they waste their time and money.
Hi new here have an interview next week, do you know if it has traders working there or is it just training only?
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