Loan Officer/Collections (Former Employee) – Aurora, IL – December 3, 2013
This is where I learned how to be a loan officer. Very low pay for a lot of work though. Co-workers at the end were all excellent and very helpful. Management when I started was not ethical. Made good dealer relationships, was like home.
Assistant Manager and Loan Officer (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – April 27, 2015
A typical day at work included the review of loan applications from direct and indirect sources. I learned a lot about sub prime lending. Management was fair and honest and my co-workers were more like family then anything else. The most challenging part of the job was the collections part of it. The most rewarding were helping those customers that would not have otherwise been able to get an auto loan.
active job title along with knowing your work role
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Elmhurst, IL – July 21, 2014
Responsibilities assigned were Customer Service, bill collection, faxing, also following up with Customers billing accounts was very dependable and responsible took on a supervisor role and management did not play a big role so is was up to the employee to become a team leader the hardest part of the job was that there wasn't one accounts were pretty easy to maintain due to monthly interaction with customers that paid monthly bill