Pros: loved my paycheck, great/nice people
This job is not for everyone, but some might like it. And this was my first full time job 6 months after graduating from High School and it wasn't as bad. Even though the job itself was not that enjoyable, I did get a lot of great experience that will benefit me in the future, especially for my young age. This job is very different, you're calling people about their debts so expect someone to get mad and yell at you or cuss you out, and don't let it bother you. I believe the company would do much better if they change some things around but not my problem anymore. Some managers are ok help, but I had one manager who was the best manager i had. She was so helpful and taught me so much, I learned more from her than the training. Even when I did not want to work there anymore (which I never told anyone) she made my day better by giving good pointers and pulling me aside after my conversations on the phone and pointed out my weaknesses and how I can improve, she made me feel better and made me want to continue the job. She was great help. I just did not like the hours and the time when they moved me from a section where I was getting money to another section that I wasn't. But overall it was a nice 3-4 months I worked there. People were friendly, nice, and down to earth and even the managers were cool. I do miss a few people and I wish I could've said my goodbyes but it is what it is. Wasn't trying to say much but I wanted to write my experience for someone who is considering this job, hope this helps and good luck.