Mission: OppLoans’ mission is to provide financial opportunity to the underbanked population through socially responsible products and an unwavering commitment to our customers.
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OppLoans is the nation’s leading socially responsible online lender and one of the fastest-growing organizations in the FinTech space today.
We’re rapidly building our team and platform as we expand our portfolio of financial products to the underbanked community. Embracing a character-driven approach to modern finance, we emphatically believe all borrowers deserve a dignified alternative to predatory lending. Currently rated 5/5 stars on Google and LendingTree, OppLoans is redefining online lending through innovative technology, energetic marketing, and caring customer service.
I have been working at OppLoans full-time (Less than a year)
Everything. Literally. From the interview to the training, the people, the perks, the culture. I absolutely LOVE IT. Management makes sure to not only tell you but SHOW you how much they truly care about you. I’ve been there a fairly short time and already we’ve had a summer party where they closed work early for us, fully catered, full open bar at a VERY nice venue, in office massages, in office gelato, new hire lunch with the CEO, daily lunch stipend with free delivery, and countless other wonderful things.
I really don’t have one!
Advice to Management
Just keep up the good work. The culture, the way we operate only makes us want to excel and work harder
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at OppLoans (Chicago, IL) in November 2017.
The first step was a technical phone screen, that included hands-on coding with the interviewer (dev manager) observing and asking questions.
I was brought into the office a few days later for a series of interviews, that went as follows:
1. Junior engineer did another hands-on coding test, and followed up with a few perfunctory questions about my resume and my experience. Left without giving me an opportunity to ask any questions.
2. With the development manager, whiteboarded the design of a program to simulate a common board game.
3. Two senior engineers came in to ask tough questions to determine my language knowledge and experience. One was very distracted, constantly on slack throughout the interview, and even got up to leave for part of it. I again had no opportunity to ask questions.
4. CTO came in to ask about database design.
The interviews were scheduled for 1-4, but I did not leave until after 5:30.