Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – June 16, 2018
There are no prerequisites to work here and as long as you don't stab anybody they will never fire you. You can work as much or as little as you like. They often give out free food and prizes as sales rewards. The pay is pretty decent if you make your hours and they allow as much overtime as your heart desires. Overall it's the most chill place you could ever work.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Anderson, IN – May 1, 2018
I have worked at call centers before, and this one is just dirty and unreliable. they ask a lot from thier employees but pay very little. they offer bonus money opportunities and raises but it will never be included in your base pay. They make your base pay low so the big boss doesnt have to pay for it.There is not way to look up your hours or commission to be sure how your getting paid. and i have had short checks from them twice. all your supervisors care about is the sales you make. if your not making sales its hard to get help from managers, upper management only makes money if you get hired and go to the next step and make sales. no one is genuine. I just dont trust the way they run things and i dont know how they are still a business.
As a Customer Service Rep my job was to conduct phone survey's to home depot.
Customer Service Representative / Receptionist (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 27, 2018
At first when I started the job, I enjoyed the work environment, until they started hiring a lot of young adults & then it became very unpleasant. My job description was to conduct phone survey's to customers on a dial system inbound & out bound calling. I also performed secretary duties such as scheduling interviews making follow up calls.
this was not a fun job it was telemarketing and i did not like it at all.
Sales Rep (Former Employee) – Greenwood, IN – February 1, 2018
I wasn't happy in this position there wasn't any room to advance in the company it was a temp job and they ended up going out of business. we called people who had accounts with sears and offered them identity theft protection.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – November 16, 2017
Really hated this job. Had to enjoy selling. Called many of the same people every day. Teleservices literally bugged the people that were no longer subscribers to Sirius. Most of the time, you would get an answering machine. A good job for people interested in sales and customer service. Unfortunately, no advancement. Got very old really fast.
Phone Sales (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – November 7, 2017
This company does not pay you what you are worth, not to mention they had an infestation of bed bugs. Horrible place to work. If you didn't make sales within a certain amount of hours they would send you home. They didn't care about their employees, just how they could make more money. They would lie to their customers in order to get sales. Not to mention all the drug use on the property, and the selling of drugs.
They did try and make it a fun environment, with air hockey tables, and tv's.
Telemarketer (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – October 20, 2017
Teleservices is a sales postion job. You typically would be on cold calls trying to get the customer to be interested in your products. It was an ok job but the major downfall was being sent home early because there were no more people to call.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – July 17, 2017
I liked working there the people was great. The environment was awesome. I learned to do customer service and be a customer representative. If the company was still open i would go back. I would recommend that company to mothers who need light work.