Warehouse Clerk (Former Employee), Rockville, MD – January 24, 2014
Typical days work at work was good. Very fast paced. I learned a lot about warehouse work, shipping and receiving. Had very good co-workers. The hardest part of my job was standing for long periods. I enjoyed seeing the different types of product everyday.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), McAllen, TX – April 14, 2015
Sold a variety types of electronics and parts. I learned how to be a sales person at this job and how to provide excellent customer service. Loved all the people I worked with, very enjoyable working environment
It was my first company I work with after High School.
Technical Support Associate (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – March 8, 2015
Pros: good entry level job to have.
I would say it was a good job to get in the entry level getting your feet wet and get know about inside and out of computers. I would say if this company still exist and if someone would like get to know the inside and out and get experience it would the company I would say apply.
Electronics technician (Former Employee), McAllen, TX – March 3, 2015
It was some of the best times of my life because they gave me such a high pace of work I was forced to adapt and it made me better... its a shame they went out of business... would have spent more time with them...
Operations manager (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – December 3, 2014
I learned a lot at this company. I started out in customer service and moved up to operations manager. My co workers were great. The enjoyable part was meeting new people/customers. I learned a lot about receiving and shipping of our products
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Attleboro, MA – November 15, 2014
Pros: decent pay, good hours, friendly staff
Cons: little technology training, needed to attend to multiple customers at the same time
Theres lots of customer service and I was doing a lot more CS than cashing customers out at the register. Flexible hours. Amount of customers per hour was unpredictable and we would often become overwhelmed.