Regional Director (Former Employee) – Florham Park, NJ – March 3, 2018
The workplace was good. Its just that the management changed. The company was previously ran by the owner then his kids took over and they did not know as much about running a mortgage banking firm. My typical day started around 6AM with marketing calls and setting up appointments. Then around 1PM I had to start working with clients until around 6PM. From 6PM until around 10PM I would start setting up appointments for the next business day.
CORPORATE DOCUMENT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – February 15, 2018
Company closed and over 3,000 employees laid off. It was a very nice place to work and I was sorry to see so many people laid off. Company was in the Mortgage Lending business where I was responsible for authoring Financial Lending Contracts applicable for all 50 states. This company was one of the first to succumb to the Mortgage crisis.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – January 17, 2018
Only issue I really had with TMS was the lack of appreciation higher position employees had for the lower class employees. I had the best district manager there is! She would do all she could for her staff.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 5, 2017
Great loan products. Underwriting was fair and concise. Although the pay was good with commission for the Account Executives such as my self. There was a need for the other positions to be monetarily incentivized.
Management was growing and developing every stage of the game.
Execellent compensation for myself as an AE.
Others should have received monatary incentives and more recognition to all for advancement.
Application Developer, Technical Writer (contract) (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – January 23, 2017
I played a minor role in the development and maintenance of the company's IT infrastructure. It was a reasonably organized function but there were a few problems. I don't think it should have been developed on PC systems due to the limitations PCs suffered at the time.
One thing I will note. The access code to the IT room was being changed virtually daily, suggesting a lot of turnover.
They were trying hard to be a good company
I don't think they should have depended on contractors so much
The Money Store Is The Most Dysfunctional Company In The U.S.
Loan Officer (Current Employee) – Floham Park, N – September 28, 2016
The worst company ever. I was spending all of my days trying to get extensions by sellers realtors when the file did not even get assigned to underwriters. The Money Store is run by total incompetents . Stay away from MLD MORTGAGE INC dba THE MONEY STORE. Loan Officers should get out of this dump because you get your name tainted and get customer complaints. Look online at The Money Store Reviews and Testimonials. You will see thousands of complaints and bad reviews. I will bet anything that they will be out of business in the next twelve months. They have no right in taking on new customers. Dysfunctional, incompetent, and just plain idiots.
Branch Manager/Account Executive (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – April 7, 2016
Inexperienced management. Company located to Sacramento from Eastern USA. It grew too fast. Management could not handle such swift growth. Provided little or no training with their new financial products.
Customer Service Call Center Associate II (Former Employee) – North Highlands, CA – November 9, 2015
Working in call center is a new challenge everyday. You always learn new things working in the call center. This place taught me a lot working in the mortgage field. Great company and manager to work for.
Jr. Loan Officer (Current Employee) – New York, NY – November 8, 2015
I work from Home I call clients who need help with their mortgage If they need help I take an application make sure the qualify for the program they need, if they do. I send it to my office in New York
Foreclosure Specialist (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – October 6, 2015
This was a long time ago this was a good company to work for. I worked for Foreclosures and found this to be a hard job. Although working with customers and trying help them save there houses it wasn't always easy and if we hard to auction it off I always felt bad for the ones that worked hard to try and keep it.