Terminix Launches a Pokemon Go killer

Posted on July 26, 2016 By

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As soon as Nintendo released the Pokémon GO app for Android and iPhone in early July, two camps emerged: those that are obsessed by capturing the virtual creatures and those that hate the game. Some neighborhoods and public spaces are actively advocating against Pokémon GO. However, a few companies see the phenomenon as a moneymaking opportunity and are cashing in on it.

Terminix has launched a job application on Facebook and requested all Pokémon GO users to submit their applications to as employees in their new “Pokémon Control Unit,” to assist in the capture of these virtual pests that are taking over people’s backyards and the world.

Using GPS, the app lets players move around to find Pokemon that they can capture. Depending on the number of Pokémon in a particular location, it is probable that at one time or the other, a large number of people may invade buildings, public parks, and random front yards looking to catch Pokemon. The new Pokemon Control Unit by Terminix will assist homeowners to get rid of the virtual pests similar to how their technicians deal with physical tests.

A Facebook post by Terminix asserts “We are in the business of catching pests,” It would seem that presently, most people around the world are obsessed with the capture of virtual creatures. This why we are asking you to register for our newest product offering: #PokemonGO Control. If you believe that you have the necessary skills to resolve the biggest commercial and residential manifestations in the US, kindly fill out the application form and reply to this thread on Facebook.

Keeping up with their Jokey Tone, Terminix asserts that the position comes with a negotiable salary – Paid with Pokemon coins of course. The application has several level skill, thereby enabling you to brag with friends when you defeat another trainer. Luckily learning the game is not that hard, though I would advise that a person have five days to prepare and practice before playing.

While the company acknowledges that Pokemon will not disappear when another person selects the option. With that in mind the company asserts that it is aware that while Pokemon do not disappear when one person catches them, the company went along with it to cash in on the fade.

Terminix says that; “the type of bugger is irrelevant, if the customers need it removed from private property, we will help get them out.”

As soon as Nintendo released the Pokémon GO app for Android and iPhone in early July, two camps emerged: those that are obsessed by capturing the virtual creatures and those that hate the game. Some neighborhoods and public spaces are actively advocating against Pokémon GO. However, a few companies see the phenomenon as a moneymaking opportunity and are cashing in on it.

Terminix has launched a job application on Facebook and requested all Pokémon GO users to submit their applications to as employees in their new “Pokémon Control Unit,” to assist in the capture of these virtual pests that are taking over people’s backyards and the world.

Using GPS, the app lets players move around to find Pokemon that they can capture. Depending on the number of Pokémon in a particular location, it is probable that at one time or the other, a large number of people may invade buildings, public parks, and random front yards looking to catch Pokemon. The new Pokemon Control Unit by Terminix will assist homeowners to get rid of the virtual pests similar to how their technicians deal with physical tests.

A Facebook post by Terminix asserts “We are in the business of catching pests,” It would seem that presently, most people around the world are obsessed with the capture of virtual creatures. This why we are asking you to register for our newest product offering: #PokemonGO Control.If you believe that you have the necessary skills to resolve the biggest commercial and residential manifestations in the US, kindly fill out the application form and reply to this thread on Facebook.

Keeping up with their Jokey Tone, Terminix asserts that the position comes with a negotiable salary – Paid with Pokemon coins of course. The application has several level skill, thereby enabling you to brag with friends when you defeat another trainer. Luckily learning the game is not that hard, though I would advise that a person have five days to prepare and practice before playing.

While the company acknowledges that Pokemon will not disappear when another person selects the option. With that in mind the company asserts that it is aware that while Pokemon do not disappear when one person catches them, the company went along with it to cash in on the fade.

Terminix says that; “the type of bugger is irrelevant, if the customers need it removed from private property, we will help get them out.”

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