islandgirlatheart 4 hours ago
For those of you who have questions regarding the ASI process at BofA, please ask away! I will do my best to help out.
cleanupseeker9 1 day ago
I applied and have been hired as a Fraud Analyst I, and I start on Sept. 23, 2013! It took me 3 months total of looking for a job and finally getting hired. I am a former teller with another bank and most recently, a registered tax preparer (which expires 12/31/13). I probably put out about 100+ applications/resumes. I was even turned down for another position with Bank of America, one of the first jobs I put in for, and although I was pretty upset about it, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise as this one has better hours (M-F regular day hours) and pays more, so it all worked out in the end.
Anyway, here is my experience in case anyone is interested. Most of it is similar to the teller hiring thread.
1. On August 11, a couple days after I was turned down for the other BofA job, I went back over to their job board to see if there were any other positions. I spotted the Fraud Analyst I job posting (originally posted on Aug. 8) and put in for it.
2. Two days later, in the late evening actually, I received an email from a recruiter wanting to set a phone interview. I emailed back my preferences and the date was set for the afternoon of August 19.
3. I was then contacted by the recruiter three days later, August 22 to set a face-to-face interview, which I picked the next day, August 23. The same day, I received a link for the ASI background information.
4. August 23 was the interview with two managers, I thought the interview went OK, all the questions were situational and/or behavioral type. They seemed really interested in my tax prep background and even asked me tax related questions which had nothing to do with the position but I figured...a test, perhaps? The managers told me they still had some more interviews to do but would have an answer in a couple weeks, that if I moved on there would be another interview...blah blah etc, so I was already thinking well I'm hearing the standard type goodbye so I was almost ready to write it off...
sunitakaul 5 days ago
So i took the online assesment test for teller's position.
and at the end of the test, i got a message saying, that unfortunately my skills don't match the job requirements. and i have to wait for another 6 months to retake the test.
What does this mean? Honestly, i hate these online personality tests, they measure nothing about a person's ability to the job.
Jen mi 5 days ago
I just applied for customer service job at BOA, Everything is going smoothly, just went thru finger printing and criminal record. I had a misdemeanor when I was 19 now I m 34. The misdemeanor was expunged back in October of 2011. Not in the same state where i live now
My question is does it still show up in your record for employment in the bank ??? And if tt does how long does it take to get the results ? I am starting my job on Monday. I did my finger printing on Tuesday. I have done all the online portal and Batch with picture.
Please let me know ASAP !! I m really stressed out and I really want this job.
P.s. I stated that i was never convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor in the application, since the lawyer told me I don't have to state any of this because it's expunged .
furdog 6 days ago
I took over a small business my sister had started because she wanted to pursue something else in her field, but we never did any formal paperwork to show that I managed/owned the whole business after she left and everything was still under her name, and then we decided to close it 7months later. Under work experience for the BofA application I put that I was the owner for that small business. Now would they look into that and say I wasn't technically the owner and was lying and not hire me...or would they not really go that far into it? If anyone has any info please help...
Jen mi 16 days ago
Is there anyone who expunged their theft related charges (dishonesty, theft, shoplifting etc) and have eventually been hired by BofA? I don't really see many cases like those being discussed here. On this forum I see very vague references to someone being hired in spite of some arrests, but I don't see many details. I'm really in a state of confusion now. Can those people who have been hired, despite any charges that they may have had in the past, please come forward and post your experiences?
Likewise, if there's anyone who had failed the background check because of previous theft (dishonesty) related charges also post your experience with the corp security. Thank you!
nervous123 17 days ago
I unfortunately have not been responsible in the past, and currently have some small credit card chargeoffs, a judgement against me from my university, and my credit is in the low 500s. I don't have any foreclosures or bankruptcies.
what is the likelihood that i would still receive an offer, and is it too late to attempt to start repaying my debts now for when i am questioned about my credit i can at least show that I am attempting to start doing good on my bad credit?
all and any info is appreciated, and please no rude comments i acknowledge my credit is my fault, i am just looking for advice.
Thanks all in advance!
studentforever 18 days ago
Let me first start off by saying I was soooo excited to be hired by BofA but now I truly regret ever accepting the job! You go through a month of training were you just sit on a computer from 8-5 with only a half hr lunch, they tell you to take all the time you need to learn and understand but then give you a deadline as to when you should be finished. For myself learning on a computer is not adequate training, when you finally come out to the teller line the expect you to remember everything you just spent mind numbling clickig away at and it is not the same when translated in person! For my branch the TOS is a complete b**** instead of teaching and training you she waits for you to make a mistake and badgers you about that mistake forever! In the morning you have huddles were they put you on the spot about your commitements and customer engagement rates when you know nothing about it. If you dont mind being micromanged and I seriously mean that take the job but if you dont like someone breathing down your back listening to every conversation you have observing and taking notes on you constantly questioning your performance then stay far far away from BofA. You also need a cracked out super chipper attitude all day long never ever let them catch you not smiling. It is all about the customer not you in any way shape or form, little side story I cut my finger open on the money drawer and was bleeding seriously bleeding I had a customer at my window and asked my TOS if there were any band aids she left and came back empty handed and asked who needs one I told her myself. She waited until I was finished to say you need to wait until you are finished with your transaction to engage in another conversation. -___-
studentforever 18 days ago
I recently was hired as a customer service representative at Bank Of America in the call center. Can anyone employed in the call center shed some light on specifics regarding the job? How is the call flow, is it a fairly easy job, what is the most challenging part of the job, etc. Thanks in advance!
Curious in Cali 18 days ago
Alright so I have my job offer - I9 - fingerprinting - new hire stuff all done - Just waiting on our friend the ASI. Now I was told that I probably would get a call from Corp Security should there be any issue. Just out of curiosity for those who have spoken with one of them, how would you rate their demeanor? willingness to help? understanding? etc etc from everything ive read I literaly feel like I am going to be speaking to that bad guy in the Matrix who talks slow and wear the black glasses.. O.O