Pros: Weekly paycheck and the employees
Cons: There are to many!
All I have to say about the company is that if you don't adapt well to change, then this is more than likely not the job to consider. At first I actually like the job, but then as times go on it turned into a big headache. The majority of the day is being on the phone doing collection calls. The company will give any type of loan to any individual knowing that they cant afford to pay it back and then lecture you on why you can't give these individuals to come in and make a payment on the account. We would usually arrive to the store around 930am to get everything ready to open at 10, if everything was done and your area manager was around and there were customers lingering around outside, you were expected to open up the doors early and take care of them. Also, if you were getting ready to close and someone called and wants to stay over and wait for them, and believe me that did happen, and your area manager was around you were expected to stay and wait for them even though you have put in a day's work. The hours of the store were 10-6 Mon-Fri and 9-2 on Sat, unless you were in a busier store, if that was the case, you got rewarded your hours were 10-7 Mon-Fri and 9-3 on Sat, and guess what, they gave you only a few days noticed when they implanted this plan, and our course most of the customers, especially the ones who are either retired or a government employee, i.e. the ones who are on SS or SSD will wait till the very last minute to come n and make a payment on there account. A good chunk of the customers that come n there want money for drugs, so if your city has a website were you can see the people who were incarcerated, changes are there will be one of your customers on there. All I can tell you that if you get a job there, be expected to be treated like a robot.