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18 days ago

Chargeback and Recovery Specialist

MoneyGram Brooklyn Center, MN

The Recovery Specialist III is responsible for processing all MoneyGram Online chargeback disputes, restitution & recovery efforts, and settlement… MoneyGram

11 days ago

Sr Legal Counsel

MoneyGram Dallas, TX

Supports the business and specifically Human Resources (HR) by providing legal advice and counseling on international/global employment matters… MoneyGram

18 days ago

Senior Director of IT Operations

MoneyGram Minneapolis, MN

Provides vision, leadership and oversight for the IT Operations team. Hires, develops, leads, coaches, and mentors a diverse management team capable… MoneyGram

19 days ago

Security & Compliance Senior Analyst

MoneyGram Minneapolis, MN

The Information Security Analyst IV will conduct risk assessments and analysis of existing access to systems, applications, databases, and data to… MoneyGram

14 days ago

Compliance Analyst III

MoneyGram Frisco, TX

The Compliance Analyst III is responsible for advanced monitoring, analysis, investigation of transactional data for identification of patterns and… MoneyGram

10 days ago

Network / Telcommunications Administrator

MoneyGram Minneapolis, MN

• Responds to and resolves support-related service desk tickets based on severity level, adhering to pre-defined SLAs • Communicates and… MoneyGram

11 days ago

Technical Business Rules Analyst

MoneyGram Frisco, TX

• Liaise with business team to understand business processes. • Lead and/or assists with the rule harvesting process and formulate rule templates… MoneyGram

11 days ago

External Relations Mgr

MoneyGram Dallas, TX

The External Relations Mgr. will be responsible for supporting the development and implementation of a comprehensive external relations strategy to… MoneyGram

17 days ago

Information Security Analyst

MoneyGram Minneapolis, MN

• Run vulnerability scans on MoneyGram systems and applications. • Address security alerts escalated by our intrusion detection MSSP… MoneyGram

10 days ago

Operations Supervisor

MoneyGram Casablanca, Région du Grand Casablanca

The Supv Operations is responsible for coordinating and supervising the provision of operational support to the regional Agent network to include… MoneyGram

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MoneyGram International Chairman & CEO Pamela H. Patsley
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    Clumsy, reactionary company in its death throes thanks to its leadership's narcissism, gullibility, and sandbagging.

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    Former Employee - CIS in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - CIS in Minneapolis, MN
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at MoneyGram International full-time (More than 8 years)


    This company will probably be purchased by a better-run enterprise who will tear it apart, absorb anything worth keeping, and sell off and/or trash the rest. If that happens, everyone will be better off. Hopefully this happens in a hostile fashion so that the leadership gets a little taste of how they've treated their employees.


    This is from their website "We understand the importance of career development, so we provide many opportunities for you to learn, grow and, best of all, succeed." Lies. All lies. There's no career development. There's no training. There's no opportunities. There's no upward mobility at Moneygram. They are a reactionary company, so they have to cannibalize from companies that are more innovative. Moneygram is a company full of traitors with no original ideas. Anyone who "succeeds" at Moneygram is a sociopath, or a sycophant, because that's the culture. Here's a fact: I worked at Moneygram for almost eight years, and I never once used any of their products or services. And that's not something I intended. I'm not bragging. But it is a fact just the same. Moneygram is a retail, money-transfer company. Think about it: You can transfer money on your phone, so who really needs the services of this company anymore? I'm not suggesting that Moneygram services aren't needed. Poor people need them. Desperate people need them. People with terrible credit who can't get a bank account or credit card need them. Technology-phobic individuals need them. Bail bondsman need them. Slumlords need them. Fraudsters need them. It's still a money-making enterprise if exploiting people and dredging cash from the bottom of society is the business you'd like to be in. If appealing to the lowest common denominator is the career path you're taking, then Moneygram is the place for you. Here's how misguided the leadership is: They decided to build--with their own technology, and with their own money and resources--a money transfer network for their largest client...Walmart. Immediately following the rollout, Walmart used that very network to offer their own domestic money-transfer product thereby becoming one of Moneygram's largest competitors. Walmart then undercut Moneygram's fees for the same service. *Face palm* Doyeeee! Moneygram is finally investing in upgrades and piloting new services, but they spent too much time sandbagging, so it's too late. Other companies have beat them to the punch. Moneygram has other ways of making money. However, retail fees, and the interest gleaned from storing the cash during transfer are the cows that gave the most milk, and those cows are dying (and now Walmart is also milking those cows). Do your research. If you accept a job working for this company after knowing their history and reputation, you are either desperate, deluded, or pure evil.

    Advice to Management

    It's all smoke and mirrors at this point, isn't it? Show business. You've basically pared everything down to a building full of VP's in Dallas. You've hired a few people in Europe recently, but we both know you're going to lay them all off too when the soonest opportunity presents itself. From your website: "respect, courage, passion, integrity and teamwork." Those are just words you hired an outside PR agency to look up in a dictionary for you, because you haver no clue what those words mean. "Courage"? Maybe. It must take a lot of guts to tell people you have "respect" and "integrity" with a straight face. "Teamwork"? That's just a joke, right? There is no "team". There's a CEO who poses for a lot of photo ops in exotic locations while a bunch of VP's in Dallas figure out how squeeze out the last drop of revenue before she finds a buyer more gullible than the people working for her. Ya'll deserve each other.

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