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Manager (Former Employee), mobile, alFebruary 3, 2014
Enjoyed job and customers. However, upper management made bad decisions.
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Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), AlabamaJanuary 17, 2014
Pros: workday started at 9
Cons: no training
A typical work day at this company would require hours of trying to get in touch with district manager and store manger was never at work. This company doesnt train you. They pretty much set you up to fail! My coworkers were mean to the customers and they customers complained daily about it. I wouldnt recomend this company to anyone.
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Endless Earning potential
Branch Manager (Current Employee), Laurens, SCOctober 30, 2013
Set schedule with energetic company. Entrepreneur style atmosphere
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Great people and company but disorganized
Store Manager (Current Employee), Moonville, SCNovember 13, 2012
Pros: great bonus system
Cons: haphazard changes from corporate
Always Money is a great company to work for, as far as collection jobs go. From what I've heard, there are a lot of competitors that will quickly fire an employee if they aren't operating the store within certain percentages, if they aren't "meeting their numbers". AM really works with its employees and doesn't fire lightly. The people I have seen go – more... left because they, for all intents and purposes, fired themselves. One thing I do think merits attention, and the only real critique I have, is the lack of support from corporate. I feel that based on expectations, stores in SC aren't always given the tools necessary to accomplish those expectations. Namely I am thinking in terms of marketing supplies and the lack thereof. Or making changes in a piecemeal fashion: affecting some stores but not others, setting forth rules on documentation and then changing them... and then changing them again. In a nutshell: I think that before corporate implements any changes and new items, they need to decide exactly how they want that accompish it on the store level first. – less