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Customer Service Advisor in Merthyr Tydfil
on 22 January 2023
High turnaround, treated like rubbish!!
There is nothing enjoyable about this job, unless you manage to be in a team with a good bunch of people. High turnaround of staff due to the abuse from customers, and probably due to the treatment from management too! Free parking (if you can get a space), free tea/coffee....that's all the positives. Shift pattern is ok. Just make sure you don't have children - 1, because of the shifts and 2, because management will not have any leeway with being ONE minute late, no personal phone calls and make sure you don't have any personal issues going on while you work there!
Enforcement Agent in Reading
on 28 August 2022
No work available
Was fantastic when I joined 9 years ago but change of management and structure has meant less warrants and those you do have are previous GANT's. At least 60% of new work can be returned immediately as it is GANT or known to be on benefits etc.Most office staff have left.No pay rise in 9 years as self employed but all management have annual rises.
Self-Employed Enforcement Agent in London
on 4 September 2021
Horrible experience!!!
Ideal for those without a conscience or empathy. Pays only on commission and you don't get paid for working from home which you'll end up doing when you're not on the streets. You can make money if you're able to find leverage most of the time it's a win when you do. Terrible management, they all need training for sure as they have no clue how to run a business. They're only worried about their stats and numbers more than anything. When you're no longer part of their favourites they would spit you out like a piece of gum. Too many agents keep bragging about how many lies they have told just to make money from the poor who have nothing. Realistically you'll always be going after those who cannot afford to pay. My eyes opened when you realise you are taking away from people and not creating value. You will have what I call the 'bailiff blues' as in there would be weeks or months you don't make any money. If you're smart get out while you can or buy one of those ANPR vans and Bob's your uncle. Eventually you will leave like the rest of us have done. Moved on to regain our sense of value.
Bailiff in London, Greater London
on 24 February 2020
Worst job, area managers have there favourites and they will get given the better jobs available. No money to be made and the cost of the van takes any money you have made as does fuel etc.
Enforcement agent in Midlands
on 7 January 2020
Stay away
No help from management and they will favour other agents, not always paid for work, so you have to chase after your wages. Pay is better elsewhere with other companies in the same trade and you have to request jobs twice or even 3 times per week to do and hope they pay, also you will be given jobs that have already been worked numerous times already.

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