Brown Enterprises

We are not sure if this is a scam but my husband met with a man from a company called "Brown’s Enterprises" regarding a job. They are set up in a temporary rented room as office space. The ad just indicated the address and to go there at 3:00 p.m. for an interview. He was told that they go door to door and state that they work for a charity that is fundraising for an local Alberta Olympic Athlete. The customer pays $20.00 to support the "charity" (that is advertised as a driving job where you can earn $150.00 to $200.00 per day). The customer receives a coupon pkg. for various restaurants for their $20.00 contribution. The employer told my husband that they work for various charities fundraising and that the charities are very happy with their work. If this is a legitimate business, great. My husband’s worry is that he could possibly do something shady or illegal if he were to try this job out. The employee would reportedly makes a few dollars from each $20.00 donation. ***** ** ******* ******** ** ********* ** **** ** *** * ********** ********* *** **** ** **** *** *** ****** ** ************

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