Pros: pay good
Cons: no breaks, no life, no further education, dealing with a lot of lower class uneducated people unfortunatetly
Amscot promised you career advance, good pay, benefits, however in order to advance you have to sacrifice your family time, work long hours with little or not break at all, certain managers were not respectful at all. they pay good money but you have to work very hard, clean the place, long hours, and they are constantly changing policies, is a huge miscommunication from top managers and you can feel confused. you also have to target percentage on losses and if your are not up to standards due because people don't have money to pay back or because people simple cancel their accounts, you are still responsible for all of that even though those situations gets off your hands. Very stressful. you can get fired for even a complain from a customer. pretty much the job is not secure at all.