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E-LOAN President, CEO, and Director Mark E. Lefanowicz
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    Former Employee - Senior Sales Consultant in Pleasanton, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Sales Consultant in Pleasanton, CA

    I worked at E-LOAN full-time (more than 3 years)


    Supportive Management, opportunity to grow


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    Software Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Pleasanton, CA
    Anonymous Employee in Pleasanton, CA
    Application Details

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at E-LOAN in March 2007.

    Interview Details

    It was an interview consisting of technical questions related to the java programming environment, following by a programming puzzle. They also asked quite a few questions regarding my past experience in the banking environment as I had worked with two different banks before that. They asked me some questions about how I dealt with my peers and superiors.

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Website www.eloan.com
Headquarters Pleasanton, CA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 2005
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Finance
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

E-LOAN has E-LIMINATED its direct-to-consumer lending activities and now only provides access to CDs and savings accounts through its website. The struggling division of Banco Popular North America (BPNA) stopped issuing new auto, home, and other types of loans in 2008 after it faced significant losses amid illiquid credit markets, declining mortgage originations, and a spike in foreclosures. E-LOAN attempted to restructure itself in 2007 and it cut 40% of its workforce. But a year later, its parent company, Puerto Rico's Popular, began scaling back its US operations. All... More

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