Regional Manager/Branch Manager/Regional Trainer (Former Employee) – Ingersoll, ON – 26 January 2016
Enjoyed working for cs financial, felt like a family, very supportive from coast to coast. A typical day consisted off constant learning, fast paced environment, you had to be very vigilant of all transactions completed. Very tight deadlines and very strict guidelines .
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Prince Rupert, BC – 8 April 2015
this was an ok job until they sold to Easyfinancial you would get monthly bonuses is you made so much per month I worked a good schedule 9-5:30 with most weekends off customers and co-workers were awesome just wish the pay was better
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Dieppe, NB – 25 March 2015
As a financial service rep my day consisted of dealing with customers and making delinquent calls. Doing bank deposits and collecting payments. I learned that the more you did the better chance of moving up in the company Management was friendly and informative Co workers were hard working and friendly The hardest part was the customer unable to pay due to life circumstances The most enjoyment was the conversations with customers while they were in branch
Knowing that we were giving the best possible customer experience
Having regular customers come in sad or on behalf of someone who has died
Financial Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 5 December 2014
I enjoyed working for this company very much. I learned so much from the staff i worked with everyday. I enjoyed going into work knowing that at the end of the day...my boss was happy with my work ethics. The girls i worked with made this also a great team.
I enjoyed my job and loved working for the company
Branch Manager (Current Employee) – Rocky Mountain House, AB – 8 August 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Cash Store Financial. The company is restructuring and unfortunately my branch is one of the many being closed. There are no other positions available at this time, otherwise I wouldn't be leaving