Senior Debt Consultant (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – October 1, 2017
Management is pretty good at helping folks to succeed. Income is good if you are willing to put in the hours and the effort. Only issue that I have is that the expectations for senior sales keeps increasing - which means the requirement I had when I first started has increased three times over in order to make the same amount of money!
Client Advocate (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85044 – September 18, 2017
I liked 95% of what Freedom offers except for the pay its ok but it could bet a lot better meaning if you compare what others company's are paying in the same field as Freedom Financial you would be upset.
Great place to work 1 of the best jobs I've ever had period.
Loan Officer (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – September 14, 2017
I worked in C+ for 18 months you do the same thing every , it becomes very repetitive. Management likes to spin how good everything is going but behind the curtain its a mess. They are deathly afraid of there banking partner closing them down. Loans are expensive for there clients and you are required to close alot.
Debt Consultant (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – August 25, 2017
The hardest part of the job was not being able to help everyone I spoke to when they weren't qualified to enter our program. I also couldn't handle working so many hours as a single mother that needed daycare for my two toddlers.
Senior Settlement Negotiator (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – July 24, 2017
Freedom ownership took good care of their Sacramento employees before that entire office was closed in March 2011 due to unforeseen circumstances. I have nothing negative to say, nor any regrets, about my experience with Freedom. When my family faced tragedy and hard times, ownership, management and co-workers rallied to help us out of their own free-will. Grateful to have been part of the Freedom Financial Family.
Negotiations Specialist (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – July 21, 2017
Freedom was a good company to work for, they were very flexible, but I didn't believe in the program they were selling, I felt they were ripping customers off and I didn't like that and didn't want to be part of it.
It's pne of the best jobs that I've ever had and I like most all of my co-workers it's just a great place to work overall.
Client Advocate (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85044 – July 18, 2017
Freedom really takes care of their employees in many different ways by providing lunches at least once a month and other things like water bottles, Coffee Cups, car visors, jackets, family fundays and more.
Full benefits, flexible schedules, lot's of Overtime
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – July 3, 2017
All of management fake it to make it without actually being knowledgeable and getting the job done. There is so many errors that occur that are swept under the rug. Blackball capital, never think that being knowledgeable will get you promoted or acknowledged. Brown-nosing is the key to a promotion even if have no knowledge of the company operations.
Good place if you don't mind bad senior management
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – June 24, 2017
Constantly changing comp plan, management just sits in their office and stares at the computer screen, and you don't know from day to day what is going on. The CEO entrusted their Tempe division to someone who is completely full of themselves. Rarely even responding to a "hi" in passing through the building. Lots of egos.
Average+ pay, people actually want to do their job, lower level management
Head Mortgage Loan Processor (Former Employee) – Grand Blanc, MI – June 8, 2017
We had lots of laughs in between the serious times with this job, I totally loved going to work every day. There was always something new going on, a new situation with every borrower. I would still be working there if my husband hadn't retired from his job and we moved north.
Settlement Processing Specialist (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – May 22, 2017
Work was stressful. Lots of customers are not helped by the company and are put into a worse situation than before they started the program. It was difficult telling customers that thought were done with the program that in fact they owed a lot more money to creditors.