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Complaint Review: Stallion Inc, JP Consulting, Whitney Myrick, Jonathan Perry, Cydcor - Nashville Tennessee

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Stallion Inc, JP Consulting, Whitney Myrick, Jonathan Perry, Cydcor, Nashville, TN DO NOT INTERVIEW THERE!!!Marketing Scam, B2B sales, Management Training, Cydcor, JP Consulting,DO NOT INTERVIEW THERE!!! Nashville Tennessee

*Consumer Comment: Owning your own business?

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Still cant get it right

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Correction

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: If use my name get da facts straight

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Where do I even begin? Just wanted to make any job seekers aware of a company, here in Nashville, that you should avoid at all costs. I am speaking from experience, unfortunately, and want to let you all in on a few things about JP Consulting.

First off, this company was formerly Stallion, Inc. But it seems that they ruined there reputation under that name and have since then had to go under the new name JP Consulting. Stallion and JP Consulting are two seperate companies, they share one office and both do outside sales for Bellsouth. Stallion is run by Whitney Myrick and JP Consulting is run by Jonathan Perry.

Whitney Myrick is probably the most deceitful, dishonest, and selfish person I have ever met. Ever wonder why people quit? It's because they can't stand you.

I'm sure you've seen the ads on Careerbuilder and Monster, they say "Management Training Program", or "Marketing Liason", or "Corporate Training Program"- right, if you consider cold-calling on 60+ businesses a day, working on commission, using your own car and own gas. Your day actually starts about 7am and you get to leave at about 7pm. And plan on being kicked out of stores, yelled at, and making $0 on any given day. I'm sure you're already applying right now uh?

Stallion and JP Consulting prey on college students because let's face it, you don't really have a clue and you're just excited to get an interview, much less a job! And they make it sound so appealing, except they leave out things like:

**Just because you sign up a customer, they can ABSOLUTELY cancel their order, leaving you without any commission, and it happens quite frequently! Somehow I dont remember my trainer filling me in on that one!

**And when you come in for the first interview- remember how sketchy that was? Chances are you were just brought in so Liz could make her goal of 20+ interviews for the day. I remember resumes that were printed out and passed around the office for everyone to laugh at, and they were still called for an interview to get them in as a joke.

** I wouldn't feel too special if you get a call back either- if you can walk, breathe and talk- you will get a call. Who knows- you may be good 'practice' for someone so they can learn how to train. They just assume you'll be gone in a week anyway, or they will try to 'neg' you out so you quit.

**oh, and when you are waiting in the lobby for your 2nd interview, for sometimes an hour- because they can't get their s**t together- its because they are in the office crowded around telling dead baby jokes or racist jokes, (although sometimes they hold off on the racist jokes when there is an african-american person in the office.) how considerate.

I can't believe I stuck around as long as I did, but if writing this saves someone else the trouble then it is well worth it.

I can't even explain all of the terrible, pathetic and unethical things I have witnessed working there. For these people to do what they do, they must not have souls. I can't believe they can sleep at night- oh wait, I can because they go out and drink everynight of the week. Hmmm- I guess to help them forget what horrible people they really are. If you are reading this- tell everyone you know to avoid Stallion and JP Consulting. Or if you have some extra time on your hands, go on in for an interview, it'll be a good laugh.

Nashville, Tennessee

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#4 Consumer Comment

Owning your own business?

AUTHOR: Justine - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, February 13, 2008

I'd like to respond to those employees touting the "you don't have what it takes to own your own business!!" mantra.

No one doubts that owning one's own business is tough, challenging, and requires drive and effort beyond the typical workweek.

However, is all of the effort really worth it when the business you will own is another clone of Cydcor? I can get behind anyone's decision to open a bed and breakfast, a boutique, a real estate business, and so on. There are many small business that are great ventures and very rewarding endeavors.

But do you really want to struggle through the ranks when all you will be at the end is the owner of one of these unethical sweatshops? You don't gain the skills to become a small-business entrepreneur after going through the "management training program"; you gain the skills to attempt to run the same system as Cydcor. Was that really your dream?

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#3 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Still cant get it right

AUTHOR: Preston - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, February 11, 2008

For all purposes of keeping this statement ananymous I will refrain from using my real name. Any way this company, companies, or grandchildren of cydcor; whatever you want to call it is the example of dishonesty. I unfortunately worked for this company for about four months early on in 2007. My manager/ owner's name was Whitney Myrik whos name I hope remains tainted for the rest of her existence. The only reason that I worked there that long is because I made just enough money to pay the bills. Lets keep in mind that I looked for a job for about 5 months before landing this winner, because coming from a six and a half year stint in the Army I did not have the on paper skills that most decent employers were looking for.

I went in for the three stage interview process and was gladly excepted to join the ranks of sleezy dishonest salespeople. My mentor and team leader Lewis (who was 20 years old) put me to work right away getting me through the initial brain washing process, and I was promoted to Team Leader in less than four weeks. This is where things went south. They give you a territory mine was lewisburg which was an hour away, and you are told to say that you are the new account manager for bellsouth for that area (your not but still told to say that because it makes people trust you) you then work on trying to convince the buisness owner to purchase services to jack his or her bill up while maintaining the idea that he needs it and it will save him money in the long run.

Now I will say this. In some rare cases you did end up saving the buisness owner money but at the expense of buying into a three year contract. I went into a store one day and was told by the owner that stallion the company that I represented was on a website for being a scam. I right away began searching for a new occupation because from what I seen through research. Stallion was a sinking ship. I was also told by Lewis one morning that because I wasnt meeting my sales quotas due to me training new hires that I was lacking dedication. Now lets back up a minute. I have a 20 year old kid who is playing buisnessman and still lives with his mom telling me a Army Vet for 6 and a half years not to mention 11 months in iraq I have no dedication.

It was all I could do just to walk away and never look back. Anyway here I am middle of Febuary and I havent recieved my W2 statement for taxes. I called today to check up on it and found that Stallion is closed down(wooohooo) and Whitney mailed off my W2 last thursday which for those of us keeping count was Feb 7. Eight days after the deadline day to send it out. Way to go. If you have an interview with any of these companies please for your wallets sake dont take it.

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AUTHOR: Featherbrainednotions - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, December 10, 2007

I wanted to get some facts straight for research purposes regarding JP Consulting and it's beginnings:

JP Consulting is an office that was promoted out of an office in Charlotte, North Carolina called FP Marketing. FP Marketing was promoted out of another office in Atlanta, and that office was more than likely promoted from another office, and so on.

The structure of this type of marketing firm is as follows:

DS Max created three companies: Innovage, Cydcor, and The Smart Circle, all of which are multi-level marketing schemes. Each of these "father" companies spawned smaller, individual offices such as FP marketing. When an individual office reaches a particular size, it is allowed to spawn or "promote" another office, thus creating JP Consulting. Once JP Consulting reaches a certain size, it will promote out another office, and another, and another.

JP Consulting is in no way related to Stallion. Jonathan Perry, the owner of JP Consulting, came from a Charlotte office owned by Malcolm Elavia, who came from an office in Atlanta. The only connection JP Consulting has with Stallion is that they are all connected to Cydcor, which is connected to Innovage and The Smart Circle, which are all children of the Godlike company DS Max.

Google DS Max and you will find an infinite amount of information regarding its subsidiaries and marketing ploys.

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#1 UPDATE EX-employee responds

If use my name get da facts straight

AUTHOR: Brian - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Monday, May 07, 2007

I just want too say that my time at stallion inc. was wonderful the things i learned you can apply to everyday life. If you have a problem with stallion make your problem with stallion not Jp consulting two offices run different.

Whitney is not dishonest, deceitful, or selfish throughout my time of working you learn to be open minded if your and let me Whit will speak the truth weather you like or not she hepled me out awhole.Jp is a very smart owner that I got to know and must say that working for either company is great if you cant handled door to door business sales then no the job is not for you so dont down them for your donwfall get a new job that makes you happy and for.

Liz the great admin is wonderful in every way you can put so go ahead and hate it only makes them stronger. I left do personal reason and if ever get the chance to back and they will have me back im there.

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