You used to work there. You're the Latina who won't admit she is Latina. You got no class and no a**.
Start going to the gym girl.
I know a guy who works at E1 Asset Management that makes $100,000 a month.
Of course, not everyone can get to those levels. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication.
In this business, you can make as much money as you want. That's why they don't pay newbies that are starting out much. Because those who are good at the game can make more based on their performance.
I beg to differ, they just called and it was "anonymous"
E1 Asset Management.
From this number I got 4 calls the past days. Could be a share-seller.
Two years ago, I started dealing with such a guy, he was crazy and didn't stop to increase the stake.
We started with around 2000 CHF, he wanted to deal with 30'000 and even more!!!
He told me to chop my head off (he thought this was funny..) if I dont agree in increasing the amounts.
I soon stopped dealing with him which was not easy; its easier to not start.
ripped off (England)
I invested with these clowns and they lost nearly all money, in stupid investments borrowed money against my knowledge to by the shares, the guy Newton James dissapeared and now I am struggling to get what little we have left back to us.
all I read is people suing them, anyone got any advise, as we have gun laws in the UK so I cannot shoot them!
I interviewed with E1 years ago, I meet with this women Rachel sue she's this skinny little Asian chick during the interview she was real rude to me ;the meeting didn't go well.
it went like this. she read a sentence to me real fast I didn't even have time to process it; she asked me to reiterate what she told me. I couldn't remember what she said ,because she said it so fast. At least let me right it down. she wanted me to say it the way she said it . I couldnt remember the whole sentence.
I knew I was crashing hard so I said I'm a little nervous she was like ok fine in a rude way she's like if you mention your nervous again I'm gonna throw you out.. that's how it went.. what a real jerk..
only thing good about E1 is that they do pay 8 per hour 5 days per week 6 hours per day to cold call account opener till licensed I think they offer full sponsorship, but not sure if they pay for the exam.but the work hours are pretty good work from 630 am till 1230 pm then go home & study for the exams it's a good deal. for the dude that has an interview with them, I'd go work a few months pass the exam then go work for another company. take advanage of work hours. most companies out there the trainning program comes with NO money you don't get paid & have to work 8/ 9 hours per day which doesn't leave much time to study for exams. E1 sucks ,but the training work hours are good.
Stock Broker 2
How did your interview turn out? ....
I have an interview with them tomorrow??? Should I go...
I interviewed with E1 a few years ago and they immediately offered me the job. It wasnt about who was qualified or not, they were just hiring who ever came through the doors, it seemed like. During the interview, I was led to a big "trading" floor and we sat on a couch right by the door to talk. It was a joke to be interviwed that way. I was able to see all these young, seemingly, new college grades running around, all dis-sheveled and flustered. I could tell they hire anyone. The interviewed said I would be working directly with him, trying to get him clients and i would be paid minimum wage until I passed my license exams. if you've ever watch boiler room, the scene was pretty much the same. now after reading all these posts, it seems like i made a good choice while laughing my a** off when i left the evelator. it was a joke and could tell it was a scam (hence googling "e1 scam" and finding this post.
i just feel bad for all the people that lost $$ with them. Some of the people that work there have complaints on their FINRA brokercheck but they usually settle for a much lower amount. Hey, they made all that commissions, and figure a few complaints here and there would be okay.
mike from france
E1/Everest took me for $10,000 in the year 2,000...it seems they are still at it!
Received several calls from E1 asset management. Big mistake investing with them. Their main concern is the amount of commisions they can take from your account. Absolutely no knowledge trading.. lost $17k to bad trading and commision fees in just several months.
Got a call from this number looking for one of our ex employees out of the UK, but called us in the US. Before I could say "he doesn't work here any..." the guy hung up without saying "ok, thanks" or "bye" or anything a normal decent human would say.
Unsolicited call victim
Can you please tell me how we can sue for damages through a class action, report this boiler room outfit to SEC and FED and get nuisance call damages from the phone companies that accesorize in this s***
And in Sweden, we get those calls too.... Currently, with another major financial crisis looming above us, caused by US politicians one would wonder how successful they think they'll be, calling europeans with a US accent... :-)
They just got fined by FINRA for $75,000, wonderful upstanding gents...
Can you believe it, I live in New Zealand and I got a call from this number, the guy had an American accent and I think he was trying to sell me some shares!
Man called and asked for the owner of the company by first name only, like he knew him. He didn't get through though. Identified himself as Sal, Sal Romano.
Forget them, they still try to sell even to sceptic Swiss some fantastic opportunities.
Caller, again with an American accent, called and asked for the Managing Director who I said was in a meeting. They said they would call back and I asked for a number saying I would get the Managing Director to call them instead. When asked what they were they said "a private equity firm" and that they were called ILYA. Googled the telephone number to find out they are E1 Asset Management.....
..... obviously I am not going to trouble our MD with this...!
My children own Amber House Limited in Nelson, New Zealand - I'm retired.
Got a call on my private mobile number at 09:41hrs NZST, Wed 28 January 2009 from a male caller with a Dublin accent asking "can I speak to the owner of the business", I asked him "the owner of what business?" he replied "Amber House, you are the owner aren't you?", I asked him to be polite enough to introduce himself and then, when he ignored my question and repeated his own, I asked him "What is your name, please?" and then he hung up.
I'm in New Zealand too.
Just ignore them...
They call from a hidden number as well - I have received 3-4 calls from them - and wasted maybe 2 hours of their (and my) time. They are very persistent - the words just won't stop flowing!
This number called me today (Jul 13, 2009) on my private home phone in Luxembourg. Was unable to answer, but having read the comments I won't be picking up the phone if I see this number again...
Tim from New Zealand
I have had a call the last 3 days and they wanted me to invest 40,000 us dollars. I told him not a chance to which he responded with start small and invest 20,000 us dollars. I have been ignoring has calls and there are heaps of them to.
i have also received calls and an email from this number (Tanzania). Such a scam! Don't answer the phone!
I got many calls from these guys (Trinidad). Their stock recommendations tend to double or more in 2 to 3 month periods. DXO and UYG (FEB 09) were their previous recommendations. I do not have the money they are asking for.
E1 ASSET MANAGEMENT IS A SCAM!
I was once employed at E1 Asset Management, 44 Wall Street. DO NOT INVEST WITH THEM! The traders have no idea what they're doing! This company will hire any one that walks in the door! Plus they treat their employees like crap! The two owners make millions by scamming people then they pocket every penny! JUST BECAUSE THEY'RE LOCATED ON WALL STREET DOES NOT MEAN ITS A GOOD FIRM! NOT ONLY DO BROKERS COME AND GO FROM THAT FIRM SO DO THE ASSISTANTS! I FEEL BAD FOR YOU IF YOU INVEST WITH THEM
Same MO as all you guys. Got several unsolicited calls to my business in Ireland "are you the owner stuff with can't fail share purchase offer. How much can you afford". What a scam they can research major investment opportunities but not know what i'm worth.
Their email didn't work so they sent a faxed chart drawn over by a 5 yr old. Fax number (212) 425 2676.
Must go as i am running a mile from this lot.
I also fell for their sales pitch from a man called Sunny Rajan who was extremely persistant.
I have tried to reach them on a freephone number given by him but there is no reply.
I realise now that I have been a fool to trust them with my money, can they continue to charge me for their non-existent management of the account thus putting my account with them into the red ?