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Credit Control LLC
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About the company

  • CEO
    Rick Saffer, President & CEO
  • Founded
    1989
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Financial Services

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Rating overview

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4.2020172.9220182.3120192.4620202.332021

Reviews

Collections Representative in Las Vegas, NV
on October 22, 2020
First job after being laid off due to COVID-19 was so excited, friendly people.. came from a background of collections . Missed one day of training due to my son being sick, and returned to work they fired me before our first break smh . Wanted to experience working there for a while but oh well my family comes first apparently not for them! Very dissatisfied and disappointed with the overall decision.
Debt Collector in Las Vegas, NV
on June 10, 2021
I just say that they care about their buttom line more than what you are going through. So look before you leap to this company. And the pay sucks they don't really pay you for your experience . There are many companies in Vegas pay you what you are worth and there is no salary caps .
Debt Collector in Tampa, FL
on April 18, 2021
Excellent work-social life schedule, i loved my time there, too bad i had to move out of state. The bonus structure is amazing, it's the easiest money i've ever made.The company is very family oriented, it's chill and people look happy there. I've worked there for 2 years and i've never had any problems. Typical day - you come to work, you make bunch of calls and collect some money, you go home. No fuss no drama, one of the easiest jobs i've had, and it pays good!
Account Representative in Hazelwood, MO
on February 2, 2021
No loyalty, everyone is out for self. I would not apply to this job if you are looking for job security and stability. You have to deal with too much and not enough pay. Work ethics are horrible and everyone is replaceable.
EMPLOYEE in Newport News, VA
on November 10, 2020
Just dont do it...Its not worth the headache from the lack of management to the mess. I would suggest working at a gas station instead of here. There is no real training and the older employees feel like they know everything......Overall dont work here

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