Westlake Corp profits from their program - by design.
Account manger (Former Employee) – Western US – March 11, 2015
I'm not smarter that a $2B company with great growth, great IT systems, and a solid product line (priced accordingly based on a FICO score) If you work in a very high volume auto sales market, and want to commit to the same hours as your full-time auto clients, you may catch lightning in a bottle and make a 5 figure monthly paycheck. I was surprised to find out (after I was hired and trained) that 25% of my small market, producing dealers were attached to phone reps working at Corporate in LA (I was told I'd be one of two reps for my area). My team celebrated a first monthly 5 figure paycheck for a team member with 3+ years in her market - my partner was 4+ years and still hadn't made "the check". MLM sales culture comes to mind. Once you build your downline you'll be fine, if not you'll starve and spend your own cash. Trainers were great at the process. Management was available to help. There is no hiding of facts regarding who profits if a dealer decides to fund through Westlake. Full spectrum rates and terms exist. Keep in mind that "the check" is available after 2 or 3 mos. in an average management position at a retail car store. I'd never be asked to sign a waiver of Company liability due to employee actions at an annual meeting, but I was naive to think that employees act like adults when away from home and spouses.
systems, training, products
cookie cutter approach to all markets, call center reps, no expenses help.