I was hired one week ago at EHP in their sales/marketing department and was to start my orientation in a few days. I told my friend that I was gonna make $40,000 and that this was a great opportunity. As he heard this news he shouts, "That's a scam!" He told me how he worked there for 2 week and it is not what its made out to be. He said they make you work long hours, try to force you sell their expensive products to your family, how EHP training tactics is very wierd/unprofessional to your clients, it is very difficult to find clients after the first 2 weeks to consult with, etc.
He also stated EHP's the employee turnover is ridiculous, and I should reconsider working there. In like manner, I decided to do a little research on them to see if this was true. And as you probably already know the reviews are beyond horrible. Everything from SCAM, fake, and pyramid business is common to find in google search engines and even on this site.
That immediately threw red flags to me and I decided to get in touch with them to let them know about my worries. I talked to Ana (She's the interview lady who tells you how much you will make and shows you the "hype" video).
I ask her what is EHP's employee turnover and she ate around the bush and says every employee it different and some likes sales and some don't. I then repeat the question differently, "No, what is EHP's employee turnover?" She again decides not to answer the question and says, "I don't know, we don't have number." I then say, "You cannot give me an estimation?" She then says, "If you have this negativity then maybe you are not good fit here."
I told her, "I don't have negativity but I am weiry about this job because EHP has bad reviews, high employee turnover, and you refuse to answer a simple/important question about your company. I want to make sure if EHP is my home I feel sure about EHP." She then says, "At this point I don't think you should come in for your orientation, we need people who are positive about the company." I said, "That's fine and it's crazy you get rid of an employee because he is confused, but I know your company is a scam and I'm glad that I did not come in."
All of this occured because I asked them, what is EHP's employee turnover?
It's clear that this a scam, and if it wasn't why would so many people leave EHP if the pay is so good and they offer full benefits? Just type "Carico Scam" on google and see what pops up.
Don't let this happen to you.