Based on 118 responses, the job of Debt Collector has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.19 out of 5. On average, Debt Collectors are satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Debt Collector?
Debt Collector in Port Elizabeth:
Pros: Its pretty much okay . Its close to the sea.
Cons: The pay isnt that good and there isnt many job oppertunities.
Debt Collector in Washington:
Pros: freedom and not micromanaged
Cons: the pay, and not having power to make decision.
"Listen to everyone."
Take all the information provided from your trainers, Don't be afraid to ask questions, It will only improve your position and knowledge. Use the veterans to your advantage they are there for you to lean on.
"Be persistent, be empathetic, not sympathetic."
Do the same.
Pros: THE COMPANY I WORK FOR, THE PEOPLE I WORK WITH, THE CHALLENGE OF REACHING GOALS AND THE INCOME POTENTIAL, WORK FLEXIBILITY.
Cons: DRAMA, LATE NIGHTS, CHANGING PROCEDURES, LACK OF ONGOING TRAINING, LACK OF COMMUNICATION, STRESS.
"Not Very Supportive, Low Pay, No Perks."
Pros: I like being able to help people who are genuinely struggling to pay their bills.
Cons: No perks, not much recognition, Low pay, high expectations.
Pros: To be able to assist debtors, negociating with them, responding to them drafting them their settlement letters, arrangement letters, final demands and paid up letters.
Cons: Salary and incentive scemes and why no end of year bonus? Its what you working towards for the festive season as well as where documentation is concern?why do you need documentation for a day unpaid?