PerksCard - Beware

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Aug 15, 2009 5:33 pm

Just wanted to share in case anyone else is called...

Got a call yesterday morning from a gentleman that said he was responsible for putting together an employee benefits package for a very large well known company that is headquartered in my area.  He said that they were looking for a few good FAs to put into the program, so that if someone from that company retired, they would be referred to me.

My BS detector went off the charts, so I asked who he worked for - initially assuming he worked for the big company in question - and he said Perkscard.  At that point, I expected a pitch, but didn't get one.  So I thought, hmmm... maybe it's legit?

A quick Google search told me all I needed to know.  Steer clear of these clowns as apparently they're on the make for FAs now.

Aug 31, 2009 1:52 am

corporate perks? a lot of well known companies use them. its just a database of coupons and links to some major online retailers... not too bad actually but not worth it.