Branch Manager (Current Employee), Farmington, MO – November 11, 2013
Pros: christian based company with great benefits
Cons: field work in less than desirable areas, time with my family
The company is a very strong company with good Christian Values. The upper management team is Wonderful within reason. The hardest part of the job is the balance between your life an the life of the job it tends to take on your entire life. I enjoy changes an a fast paced environment so that is wonderful. But to be honest no one wants to work in an – more... environment where you feel like your job is threatened on a daily basis. This is not a company issue it is a supervision issue where motivation should be a focus on the good an work on the "not so good". But overall it is a wonderful company but at this time in my life I do have an issue with field work in areas where not just once in a while but a lot of the time I am not comfortable in leaving my vehicle. Wonderful benefits package and Insurance. – less
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee), Pocatello, ID – November 4, 2013
Pros: hour lunches
Cons: field work, late night and collections
Primary duties are to take loan applications either in person or over the phone, collect on customers accounts which included field work (going to their job and homes) and process and closing of loans. I would have to make sure everything in the computer was complete and accurate. I would verify the customers information, process and close the loans. – more... On a daily basis do refinances and raises on loans. I would have to do photo copies and faxes daily to other companys and banks. I had to keep an accurate cash drawer and do nightly deposits of cash. My supervisor would set a monthly goal to which I would meet every month. During tax season I would also prepare taxes. – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – October 24, 2013
Pros: bring an office from red to black. financially.
Cons: telling people there debt with you comes first.
You talk to customers. Open new loans and rewrite loans. Visit customers at there homes and work. I learned all about the finance industry. A real eye opener. Management was below standard. Co-workers were good. The hardest aspect was going to a customers job. To collect. The most enjoyable part was serving the customer.
senior assistant manager (Former Employee), covington,tn – October 9, 2013
a typical day at work would be collections over the phone, then trying to reach customers at there home by fieldworking. i get along well with others. most enjoyable part of the job was the benfits that came with it.
senior assistant manager (Former Employee), west bend wi – October 2, 2013
Cons: everything else
The manager at the branch was to worried about who she is going to bang, or who she can talk on the phone too. Never did her job. Alwsys lied about fielding. Treated her workers like they were usless. The manager above her sided for her and never listened to what all the other employees would say. Awful place to work for anyone.
Manager (Former Employee), Katy, TX – September 26, 2013
Pros: they proved different type of training for all managers and asst. manager
Cons: some months you had to work 6days a week
On a typicl day at work was alot of call volume.had to handle and take care of over 700 accounts. Had to pull credit on customer to see if they was approved for loans . Made bank deposits and handled long amount of money . Approved loan 300.00 to 1200.00. Had to fieldwork home and Jobs if needed. I really enjoyed what i was doing you were able to talk – more... to alot of customer and help them when they needed help. – less