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Teller

Wells Fargo Huron, SD +5 locations

of the fun! Our Expectation of our Tellers: Tellers introduce customers to… sales team to close. Every teller has her/his own scorecard with goals. Our… Wells Fargo


11 days ago

Teller Part Time

Wells Fargo Sioux Falls, SD

of the fun! Our Expectation of our Tellers: Tellers introduce customers to… sales team to close. Every teller has her/his own scorecard with goals. Our be… Wells Fargo


11 days ago

Personal Banker (safe) 1

Wells Fargo Sioux Falls, SD +2 locations

Our vision is to satisfy all our customers' financial needs, help them succeed financially, be known as one of America's great companies and the… Wells Fargo


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    Phone Banker

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    Current Employee - Phone Banker II  in  Sioux Falls, SD
    Current Employee - Phone Banker II in Sioux Falls, SD

    I have been working at Wells Fargo full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Health insurance, dental, vision, vacation time

    Cons

    Sales is all they care about unless you really make a customer mad.
    They push you to refer products with little to no value to the customer, like a 2nd savings account for a customer that usually has less than $50 in there accounts.
    People with good sales numbers get away with violating a lot of company policies.
    Amazingly high turn over, by 1 month into the job 3 of my training team of 12 were still there, at 1 year it's 2 left(Apparently that's actually high on average)
    There is a by large push for getting people to sign up for debit,card overdraft service to allow them to overdraw there accounts to cause them $35 fees.
    When a customer would say no to my promise statement(can I tell you about products or services that may benefit you) if my team lead was listening to the call she would just start repeating the phrase "turn and burn" get them off the line as fast as you can they aren't buying anything.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your employees better, don't just use them up and throw them away as fast as you can.

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