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Canadian Payment Services Overview

New York, NY
51 to 200 employees
2009
Company - Private
Financial Transaction Processing
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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We are a leading provider in Canada of the quickest, most reliable, safest and least expensive way to process credit card transactions. Our platform works with Visa, MasterCard, Interact, Discover and American Express.
We are a premier lender for small to medium sized ... Read more

Mission: We strive to know the needs of our clients better than they do. Our extensive experience has taught us that there is no substitute for getting to know your merchants in order to provide them with outstanding service. From offering the most up to date technology in credit card ... Read more

Canadian Payment Services Reviews

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    I have been working at Canadian Payment Services full-time

    Pros

    1. Very professional management
    2. Employees treated equally
    3. Large commissions if you know how to do your job

    Cons

    1. Commission based (but not a problem if you know the business)

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Canadian Payment Services Interviews

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    Data Entry Clerk Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in New York, NY
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    Application

    The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Canadian Payment Services (New York, NY) in November 2018.

    Interview

    Second interviewer was a bit of a nitpicker.

    First, I met someone named David (a recruiter from Maple Advance). Very nice and easygoing. Basically just asked me a few questions about myself (I can’t remember what) & told me more about the company & the position.

    Then, I met a lady who had black hair and glasses who was a bit of a nitpicker. I can’t remember her name and I forgot to ask her for her business card.

    Be ready to have a good answer as to why you left each and every job on your resume.

    I mean, I know why she was asking, but I never had an interviewer ask that question beyond my current position and maybe my last one.

    Interview Questions

    • Why did you leave your last job? (Asked for each position, individually, on my resume.)   1 Answer
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