Most of the time enjoyed being at work, but collecting from people who have no checking account or income Social Security can be very stressful. The hardest part of the job, was collecting on account that were noncollectable. Atypical day would dictating to the group what accounts needed to be work on that day or running a Dailer campaign.
CSR/Cashier (Current Employee) – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – December 17, 2017
my experience with checksmart was a good place to work to prepare me for my venture in my career, I was able to learn how to cash all types of checks, verify them in many ways, do loans short term, signature, & title. i enjoy working there but i am looking for a better experience for my future.
Fairly laid back place to work, with some benefits.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – November 9, 2017
There wasn't a lot of room for advancement, but it was a decent place to work. There wasn`t a lot of stress, and there was a lot of downtime. A lot of paperwork, filing, and phone calls, but it was easy.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – November 8, 2017
Worked under a few managers. They each a some good skills to learn from. Although advancement was small it was still open to all. Reviews and raises made the pay really nice. Even atfer finding a new job I stayed on part-time for the extra money.
Checker/Cashier (Former Employee) – Westerville, OH – September 16, 2017
The job I had at this locations was terrible. They never offered flexibility. I always was stuck opening the store and the other employees who worked with me came in to their shift when they felt like it.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – June 26, 2017
Everyone is friendly and helpful. I started off at one store and lived it personally but then I was transferred over because my aunt (who worked at a different store) had gotten sick from cancer and was unable to work full time, they worked around her schedule and also made sure to cover that store and keep me as a full time employee
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Youngstown, OH – May 8, 2017
Very unprofessional company to work for. Management is terrible and very unprofessional. The management picks their favorites and if you aren't on that list it makes it hard to go to work. The employees get away with things they shouldn't be able to get away with. There are tons of conflicts of interest that is over looked. You think when you are get hired that you are going to making good money when you are lucky to even get $0.25 as a yearly raise. Lots of favoritism. Horrible company to their employees over all definitely the definition of a corporate company that doesn't care about their employees or even what in their own best interest by the people they allow to work there.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Boardman, OH – May 6, 2017
The job was ok if you don't mind relearning how to do it every day. Things change on a daily basis, lately it's stuff like making you keep track on paper of things that a computer could do for you (so completely pointless waste of time). If you aren't the district managers favorite, don't even think about advancing as a manager. They've told people they need to "prove themselves" as a manager before they can get paid like a manager. Way to get cheap labor out of stupid people. They constantly threaten to fire people over stupid things, yet encourage us to break the law by setting people up for products they don't want. The manager was good, he was on our side, but the district manager is the most unprofessional person I've ever worked for. She actually changed my review to make it so I didn't get my yearly 25 cent raise. Corporate also sets ridiculous sales goals that could not be met by the volume of people we had coming in. Good riddance to this place, the pay was not worth the stress!!
Free lunches, coworkers are usually cool
Poor management, unprofessional, treated like children, stressful, feel bad charging that much to people who have no money