If you believe the recruiter then its your fault for what will happen next. If you believe that they have an open door policy then listen to this. I called Doug Wendt CEO about lies that I have been told from his people. I believe that he would help after a long speech I heard at a Combined training class in Chicago. The response was,” that are serious statements you are making. I think I need to speak with legal”. This is to protect his ass not to help me. Beware, they hire as many people as they can to throw at the consumer. You are set up to fail! They promise guaranteed income but when you show to the school they have you sign a form contrary to what they advertised. Against your wishes they hold back 30% from your income for SS which makes it hard to survive starting out. They promise leads to find out that there are no leads at all, just a list of current clients and people and business names in the area. My marketing director isn’t even licensed in his state and is married to one of his managers. How un-ethical!! There is much more for my attorney to use, but all I can say to anyone looking at Combined is, ask for the names of all the people they put through there last months class and contact them to see what they think. In my class alone out of 20 I think, with in 2 months 2 are left. Sincerely, Stay away if you are smart!