Money Mailer
2.7 of 5 6 reviews
www.moneymailer.com Garden Grove, CA 150 to 499 Employees

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25% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Good place to work for many.

    Account Executive (Former Employee)
    Lakewood, CO

    ProsEasy to sell product, comfortable office and fair pay.

    ConsSlow pace of sale, little vacation and no potential for big pay off.

    Advice to Senior ManagementFlexible vacation time between big deadline gaps.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Print Marketing Company That's Moving Backwards

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    Garden Grove, CA

    ProsFair compensation. New Building. Some great people still work here.

    ConsMoney Mailer is a printing company that mails coupons via USPS. Enough said right? Print company = trouble. Relying on USPS = more trouble. Money Mailer really missed the boat a few years ago when it didn't move towards/invest enough into Technology (Internet, Mobile Devices, etc). Companies like Groupon and LivingSocial have now taken over. Only recently did Money Mailer finally release an iPhone App. I still can't figure out why for so many years Money Mailer was against this. They instead came up with worthless ideas like to partner with Cellfire and Google Maps. Only recently did they redo their web site as well. Their former hotcoupons.com site was a joke of a web site that looked like and probably was built in the 90s. Massive layoffs over the past few years have destroyed company morale. The brand new building the company moved into a few years ago is now so empty that the office staff were all forced to relocate upstairs.

    Advice to Senior ManagementProbably too late, but definitely move away from print and more towards the Internet. The USPS will eventually die (contrary to what the new CEO may think). Also, if the new CEO is going to layoff hundreds of people and also force departments to slash budgets, he should't do things like only fly first class, only stay at 5 star hotels, and putting his dog up in a doggie hotel. He travels often and MONEY MAILER PAYS FOR ALL OF THAT!!

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    What a nightmare!

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
    Garden Grove, CA

    ProsDon't apply there. If they hire you, you'll be sorry.

    ConsCut-throat, very depressing place to work. New management has no clue about the company, it will be amazing if they stay afloat.

    Advice to Senior ManagementNew management and owners should learn more about the company and how it runs prior to doing mass layoffs willynilly.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Account Executive (Current Employee)
    San Diego, CA

    Prosflexiblity, no micro managing, great support and people of ethical values. Everyone is great !

    Conslow base salry compared to other jobs, no 401k matching, medical ok but around $450 for family for hmo.

    Advice to Senior Managementbetter training for new employees, sales meetings with peers for additional teamwork

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    Horrible

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    ProsOnce an ok place to work with average benefits, new owners and CEO destroyed an average place to work into a place nobody wants to be. Morale is in the toilet due to the slashing of almost all benefits and the quest by the new CEO to outsource production. Hard to work in a place for people who want you to lose your job.

    ConsHorrible management, almost no benefits to speak of. Poorly run on a day to day basis. People fired, layed off or the smart ones who found other employment are not replaced or replaced with substandard people from within the company who have no business in the positions they find themselves in. Hated going to work everyday. Salaried employess treated like dirt, told to work 50-70 hours a week.

    Advice to Senior ManagementGo away.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Good Place to work

    Sales Executive (Current Employee)

    ProsWe have a great product that customers need and like. It is a sales position so the income stream is not limited. The product is as advertised.

    ConsCompensation plans have changed frequently. District Management is great. National management is less than ideal and lacks understanding of the business. We have to do our own ad copy, which ads to our hours of work. I prefer to be a "hunter" and not get bogged down in ad copy. Our competion does not have to do this, they have their own artists, which leaves sales people to do what we do best--sell.

    Advice to Senior ManagementLet the Directors do their job. The VP is ill equipped, which is obvious by the decision to make us do our own ad copy. No other direct mail sales force in the country does this. More time on sales equals more sales.

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