First, I'll tell you that what they say during the interview is true: you can earn lots of money. If you're ready to deal with working super long weeks, phoning hundreds of people, and managers who care more about their own numbers than you learning, then this job is great. If you can shrug off the stuff and are an amazing salesperson, then this job would be great.
But if you're like me, enjoy the occasional weeknight to yourself, enjoy having weekends, and want to get paid for your time even when you don't get sales, then this job is not for you. They use a recoverable draw, so if you have a couple weeks without sales, then that draw eats up any commission you do make. And, while they tell you how terrible it is to start doing sales, they won't let that stop them from yelling at you for not making enough sales.
There's a super high turnover of people in their first year, and I can see why. It's a lot of work and the management gives a surprising little amount of thanks.
Money can be good.
Work environment is terrible.