Like any job, it has it's pros and cons for working here. If you can handle upset customers without taking it personally, you'll do fine. The best perks were the bonus structures and the free services you get as an employee. The worst part was the starting schedule (but that can be changed pretty quickly), and the base pay, but if you're doing the job right, you should be bringing in an average of $300-350 extra per month.
Bonus structure, free cable, internet and phone service