What do consumers say about Senior Health Care Consultants?
Complaints against Senior Health Care Consultants:
- Put too much pressure on agents to meet sales targets.
- Set immense targets for the agents.
- They are not planned in their working.
- They have also earned the reputation being the worst payer in the industry.
- They do not answer calls made by their agents.
However, customers have given good feedback about the service they provide and have a comfortable ranking with BBB. One of our community members says that since SHC hires hardcore salesmen, only those individuals with the toughest mindset can work in this company.
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Total Comments: 205
Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 06:33 am Post Subject: senior healthcare consultants reviews
Stay away! First you should look for senior healthcare consultants scam stories !
Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 07:07 am Post Subject: anybody heard about Senior Healthcare Consultants Inc.?
Its better you weigh the pros and cons of the feedbacks from the people who have actually worked or are working for senior healthcare consultants . The senior healthcare consultants scam experiences if any should be found over the internet. I found out their official site - shcmarketing.com. Please go through it and see if their site tells you the things that you are looking for.
Also please use the sign up form and be a part of the community so that you can share your experience with the fellow members.
Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2006 07:26 am Post Subject: senior healthcare consultants scam reviews
I think you have had some bad experience with the company, Rick. Did you come across any senior healthcare consultants scam ?
Anyways, could you please share with us as to why you are asking Oldpro to stay away from them.
Lookong forward to your feedback.
Posted: Thu Dec 07, 2006 10:12 pm Post Subject: beware of Senior Healthcare Consultants Inc.
I think you have had some bad experience with the company, Rick. Anyways, could you please share with us as to why you are asking Oldpro to stay away from them.
Lookong forward to your feedback.
Its simply not a good agency to work for. You have to have some understanding how agencies work to understand what to look out for!
The worst thing about them is the way they set appointments and the time consumption. Second, is the way they handle commissions and advancements, it simply not a good enviroment.
I've known several that tried them out, it basically a agency that throws out appointments like crazy with no attention paid to the agent that will run the appointments. This is meaning they slam appointments, many times agents I knew ran these appointments and many of the prospects didn't have a clue as to why they were there for. Which translates into a lot of Aces or no sales, why run appointments if you have little chance to close a sale? The agency doesn't care, its not their time, gas or stress so they slam appointments with no care for the agent.
They want your day to start at 7 AM, meaning if your first appointment is at 7am and its 50 miles away you are in for a long day, they'll book you three to five appointments spreading you out all over the map and your last apt. may likely be 7 or 8 pm. Now after you get home, expect a nasty message from your upline demanding you fax your daily results, which is another hour of your time.
This is what you can expect, its simply not a friendly enviroment. Plus outside of that, you face a lot of headaches once you decide to leave! Such as I do believe your commission advancements are really nothing more then loans via the Agency, which is really a headache! You don't own your book of clients which means technically the Agency owns your book, and those loans you quickly find out have interest due that seems to multiply once you decide to leave in a most amazing way. Basically these Agencies are out to capture Green Agents that don't know any better! While I never worked for this one, when I was Green I was stupid enough too join another one of these Agencies, name was NAA and never again! It was really a bad joke, just hate to see others fall into these traps that will lead only in one conclusion.
Posted: Tue Jul 03, 2007 06:34 pm Post Subject: shc
Rick, thanks for the heads up on Senior Healthcare Consultants.
I was set up for an online interview with them tonight and I think I will pass. While no one says SHC is outright evil the general consensus is that there is something better. Any suggestions?
A little back ground- I have 11 years of managing and selling in autodealerships. I am used to making good money, I can close soft or hard, and I dont mind travel. I don't use these boards too much so please respond to my email jmichaelnorris[at]yahoo.com
Posted: Wed Jul 02, 2008 09:39 am Post Subject: Is Senior Health care consultant a scam?
Rick, I've seen your suggestions to stay away from the Senior Healthcare Consultants and am interested to know more about them. Are they scammers?
Posted: Wed Jul 02, 2008 09:58 am Post Subject: senior healthcare consultants reviews
Hi Keith, I think Rick has spoken from the view point of an agent, who has been working for senior healthcare consultants . Senior Healthcare Consultants Inc. has earned quite a bad reputation in the way they treat its employees/agents. They are very demanding and may be the worst payer in the industry.
Hence, if you're planning to join them at any point of time, be prepare to commit yourself for enslavement.
Posted: Wed Jul 02, 2008 10:44 am Post Subject: senior health consultants
- If you're an agent with the Senior Health Consultants, most of your calls to them will go unanswered.
- If you are a hardcore salesman and can close the sale at the first go, you may think of a career with the Senior Health Consultant. Otherwise, you may be wasting you time and therefore money.
However, Senior Healthcare Consultant Inc., has received good customer feedback for the service it offers and is ranking at a comfortable position with BBB.
Posted: Thu Jul 03, 2008 09:26 am Post Subject:
A little back ground- I have 11 years of managing and selling in autodealerships. I am used to making good money, I can close soft or hard, and I dont mind travel.
Hi michael, have you come across the recent recruitment advertisement, published by Senior health care Consultants Inc. ?
I don't want to dampen your spirit but according to their own survey the experience auto dealers don't make the successful bunch of Senior Healthcare Consultants :(
Posted: Thu Jul 03, 2008 10:00 am Post Subject: senior healthcare consultants reviews
Senior Healthcare Consultants Inc. basically, is the marketing outlet of many health care providers, specialized in selling senior health care products. SHC targets only those customers who are more than 65 yrs. of age.
It is based in Irving, Texas and is a subsidiary of RJR Insurance Services Inc., which is a publicly traded company.
The SHC seems to apply stringent rules in appointing its consultants. May be that's the reason why many don't attain success with them.
Hope the information was helpful.