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Excellent training available
Client Development Manager (Current Employee), Clackamas, ORJuly 11, 2013
Pros: stay at home
Cons: long hours
I enjoyed the training this company provided. Although, it was though getting support when I had questions about accounts.
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Potential developmental for upper mgt. needed
Account Executive (Former Employee), Alpharetta, GaFebruary 19, 2013
Pros: the benefits and bonus
Cons: location
great atmosphere. Training could be longer and have a more consistent extended program for when new materials are being introduced.
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Poor --Biased management
Merchant Account Executive (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAOctober 20, 2012
Cons: short half hour lunches to maximixe productivity.
Very biased and subjective rating--grading system, that allows for poor reviews and poor job performance ratings. This enables dismissals to occur , without opportunity for necessary correction.
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Traditional cold-call telemarketing room
Senior Account Executive (Current Employee), Sandy Springs, GAJuly 24, 2012
This is old-school B2B telemarketing of credit card processing services. The product/service's value proposition and competitive advantages are unclear, but it does appear to offer significant cost savings and benefits for its clients. One must be thick-skinned and highly focused to succeed, not to mention deeply self-motivated by the prospect of making – more... money and nothing else. – less
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Internship (Former Employee), Alpharetta, GAApril 13, 2012
Pros: cross trained
Cons: to short
I established a general understanding of the overall function of the business operation as an application of knowledge gained during my academic experience. Towards this goal I worked in all departments of the business to include: Underwriting Assistant, Risk Analyst, Implementation Representative, Client Services Representative, and Settlement Analyst.
These – more... positions included responsibilities of:
• Setting up new accounts, servicing customer needs via telephone communication
• Reviewing accounts for fraudulent activities or approvals that violate verification procedures which may have a negative monetary impact on the customer or the company
• Reconciliation of daily accounts to include resolution of rejections, chargebacks, and collections
• Attention to detail and complete administrative follow through was of the highest necessity – less