Intercontinental Capital Group
Happiness rating is 49 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Dustin DiMisa
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Financial Services
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Loan Processor in Scottsdale, AZ
on January 12, 2022
I was lucky enough to have a Supervisor that actually cared about the success of his team and growth development. Company making change for the better
Senior Mortgage Loan Processor in Garden City South, NY
on January 16, 2022
We are all aware that great job start with good leadership right? The management was horrendous at this company. No willingness to address questions or help assist customer. Would constantly be ignored and expected to close loans. I often sought help from my peers to get the help I needed. I received a bunch of compliments from customers and won various awards but in the end it wasnt enough for them.There was numerous questions about the payout of loans and overtime constantly. Our job ended with a 5 minute zoom call muted. Very gangsta very unprofessional.
Loan Processor in Remote
on January 12, 2022
*NO positive feedback - only motivation is to keep your job*In 3 months over 100 layoffs *Lack of clear leadership*Unrealistic expectations*Inexperienced management*Micromanaging to the point of being counterproductive *Lack of direction, organization, policies and procedures
Manager in California
on January 12, 2022
Management is the real problem with this company. Little training is provided to newcomers and team leads and managers are never available OR willing to help- they delegate all problems to another person who usually doesn’t know what to do.
Mortgage Loan Processor II in St. Louis, MO
on January 11, 2022
I was hired over a year ago with a large group of other processors because the company was “rapidly growing”. The training was a joke & they expected you to learn everything on your own. It was highly frowned upon to ask our supervisors multiple questions. We we’re expected to know how to do our job and go to other coworkers who also did not get proper training for the answers. Since I have been employed there, there were 4 major layoffs, due to “dropping loan volume”. They give you a monthly goal every month and I met every goal that was given. This apparently wasn’t enough. This is the greediest company that I have ever worked for. When I first started despite the terrible training, I was excited to be apart of IGC because of the said family like culture and what they said they stood for. I soon found out this was all a lie. You never knew when you would be the next to go. I have seen amazing people be let go. (Not just processors) for no reason. No matter how well you did. Please do yourself a favor and pick ANY other mortgage company to work for. ICG should be ashamed.

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