FreeLife Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
FreeLife International is an American multi-level marketing company established in 1995 by Ray Faltinsky and Kevin Fournier that supplies dietary supplements.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says"Poor management. the politics in this place are outrageous. tedious, no call volume. no schedule flexibility learned very little. co-workers were awesome. hardest part of the job was trying to assist customers who needed a prior authorization from my manager, because my manager would never get back to me on important and necessary issues. the most enjoyable part of the job was speaking to the regular customers, and coworkers.potlucksshort breaks and poor management"
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) says"Very unorganized, no well managed, no clear direction about where the company is headed. CEO is more worried about lining his pockets than taking care of the employees."
Payment Specialist (Former Employee) says"• Process credit and refund on VeriSign• Cash on Account Maintenance• Process chargeback• Update Credit card expiration date at end of month• VeriSign Tracking spreadsheet and approving/verifying monthly invoice• Ok the release of monthly EFT-Ro orders• Process letter for collections and bad funds"
Independent Marketing Executive (Former Employee) says"Direct sales and marketing for nutritional supplements such as Himalayan Goji Juice and GoChi for a better health and wellness.Flexible time, I was my own bossTime consuming and too much effort for achieving moderate goals."
International Reconciliation Accountant (Former Employee) says"I worked in Milford from '06-'10. That was a great Acct department. We worked together well and had great managers. When I moved to Phoenix in '10 it was different. It was not as cohesive and the managers didn't do much to have us work as a team. The benefits went from great at the beginning to average by the time I left. Morale was down because many people were either laid-off or leaving and not being replaced.company events brought different depts togethernever felt like a team in the phoenix acct department"
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says"haven't worked there in a really long time, its changed alot and it has also moved out of state. There isn't any way to summarize it as it has changed alot since i have left."
Sales and Marketing Executive (Former Employee) says"This was a perfect work culture to gain first hand experience of growing a company by growing people. Here I learned to be self- directed and lead and inspire others through my own telltale results."
Ambassador I (Former Employee) says"I eventually sold my distributorship and people left. I enjoyed working with people and helping them get great health benefits from using the product.I built a strong organization based on a quality product.I sold my distributorship when I could no longer represent the company."