Branch Manager (Former Employee), Leesburg, Floirda – August 13, 2013
Pros: enjoyed the job and set hours
Cons: the company downsized.
The company division I worked for was subprime loan through car dealerships. I reviewed stips for loans, audited weekly on all accounts, skip traced on delinquent accounts when needed, decisioned overall loan acceptance for any loans that were applied for thrugh local dealerships. Worked side by side with co workers to maintain a balance of consistency – more... in the office which in turn provided an enjoyable atmosphere. The hardest part of the job was having to say no to loan approvals knowing certain people are truley in need. I enjoyed the office being around co workers and the ability to socialize occassionaly. – less
Service Processor (Former Employee), O'fallon Mo – February 19, 2014
Pros: great staff
Cons: short breaks
A typical day at work was laughing and having fun but getting the job done all at the same time. I learned basic computer skills, filing, and banking experience. The management was fantastic and always worked to help you. The most enjoyable part of the job was the staff and events that took place.
Collector (Former Employee), Los Colinas, tx – February 19, 2014
Making outbound calls to collect on delinquent accounts. Handling inbound calls regarding customer accounts. Payment negotiations Maintaining and breaking daily and monthly quotas. Maintaining solution based conversations.
Vice-President, Critical Systems (Former Employee), Georgetown, TX – February 18, 2014
Pros: comraderie, good management
Cons: lack of advancement opportunities
Day to day operations were okay but advancement was difficult to achieve unless you were willing to relocate to NYC. (This is specific to my field, others may find more advancement available in remote locations but not in my line of work.) Most of the staff was friendly and got along well with each other, which made the job fun at times. Hard work but – more... a great place to learn. – less