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I worked at Nationwide Credit full-time
Good and understanding managers, pretty nice coworkers, frequent breaks.
Sitting down all day, looking at computer all day, boring
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The job was very easy to get , the company is always taking on new projects and expanding. It was a learning experience overall because I got to work in a different type of industry that I wasn't used to. I personally didn't like the fact that it was outbound collection calls, but if you don't mind talking to angry people all day or you don't get anxious or stressed, then it's a good job. Also didn't work for me because no part time was available, and they are not flexible with their scheduling. I feel like a lot of people who work there don't have plans to advance professionally, they are just comfortable and lazy to be honest.
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Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Nationwide Credit.
I was contacted by email that I was a candidate for this position and encouraged to schedule a in person interview. I showed up to the scheduled day and time and completed a screening test via a computer. The results weren't disclosed to me and I did a lot of waiting after I finished. Eventually, another manager came and conducted the interview with me. She asked some questions about my resume and past experiences jn sales and informed me that a decision would be made in a week or so. I would either receive a phone call or email informing me of the decision. I received the standard Email, with them telling me that other candidates were qualified more than me and I was not selected for the position. a complete waste of time for a basic job.
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From sea to shining sea, Nationwide Credit (NCI) helps track down debtors. It provides debt collection and other accounts receivable management services to companies in the banking, consumer services, government, health care, retail, telecom, and utilities sectors. A majority of its revenues come from credit card-related collections. NCI provides a variety of call center and billing services, as well as first-party, third-party, and contingency collections and skip-trace services. Its nationwide network of attorneys provides consultation regarding how to track down and ...