Pros: food places are near
Cons: bad shedules, hypiene sucked, no help and just pushed to take calls.
I couldn't stand the hygiene issues in the fraud call center area, it didn't feel safe. Many people smoke outside during breaks, then afterwards walk inside and bring the smell with them. The training was 1 week and is was horrible, you don't learn anything and then they push you out to take calls. They don't let you take anything inside the call center, I understand why but now they make you memorize everything and expect you to just remember. The least they can do is print out little common statements and tape them to the computer as a reminder or just to help you to find out what to say next. Like print out the opening call statement and tape it to the computer, is that so hard to do??? People around are alright, but the best thing is the location is right near a lot of different little eating places, so you wont go hungry. Minimum wage is what you get, and for what you have to do, it is not worth the pay. Its the saying you give what you get and I didn't push myself much because I didn't feel it was worth it.