Check Into Cash and W. Allan Jones Check Into Cash, W. Allan Jones, and Senator Bob Corker are Corrupt and Greedy Cleveland, Tennessee
Check Into Cash, W. Allan Jones, and Senator Bob Corker should all be put in jail. How they have gotten away with virtually robbing low and middle income Americans blind is really beyond me.
Let's start with Check Into Cash:
With Senator Bob Corker's (bought and paid for by W. Allan Jones) assistance, Check Into Cash has been allowed to basically spiral out of control. Check Into Cash loves to bend the rules and "look the other way" when it is to their advantage. In the meantime, poor and low income people are at the mercy of Check Into Cash. W. Allan Jones is notorious for whining that Check Into Cash makes "less than a burger joint employee" I know, that makes no sense. See that here:
Check Into Cash treats their employees like sh*t and the pay is a joke. [continued below]....
..... If you are thinking about working for this company, I'd think again. The environment is hostile, abusive, and rife with sexual harassment and petty gossip. Human Resources is a worthless joke, so going to them for guidance or help is a real exercise in futility.
W. Allan Jones:
Where to start with this prize? The best thing you can do about W. Allan Jones if you work at Check Into Cash is to STAY AWAY if you see him lumbering into the building. Hide somewhere. Don't worry, he probably won't make eye contact with you unless he wants something or you are a semi-attractive woman with big t**s. STAY OUT OF HIS WAY if you can. Any interaction with him will NOT be in your favor. If he asks you to do a task (usually something extremely important, like editing his family photos) this will not end well for you. His instructions will be very unclear, and he mutters. You will not understand what he wants and will try to clarify. He will respond by barking something like, "I'm the only one with any brains around here." When he screams this, you will be scared that you will be fired. You should be scared.
Also, when dealing with W. Allan Jones at Check Into Cash, try your hardest not to stare. This is extremely difficult, but trust me on this one. Here are some of the many things you may find when looking at the rotund and neckless W. Allan Jones:
Stains. Number one at any time, there will be a stain somewhere. You can bet money on this.
Ill-fitting clothing. W. Allan Jones is always wearing something that is too small for him. After his gastric bypass, which I can only guess was a resounding failure, he has gotten even fatter. Sadly, he refuses to buy new garments to compensate for this.
A visible "bat in the cave" also known as a booger, in his nose. Often accompanied by excessive nose hair.
Top button of his pants is undone. This is because the pants are too small. W. Allan Jones will cleverly disguise this by stretching his over-worked belt over the button, but you will still be able to see it.
Frayed cuffs and sleeves. Seriously, dude, go shopping.
A glazed-over look in his eyes.
The short attention span of W. Allan Jones is also pretty incredible. It is like talking to a four-year-old child that needs a heavy dose of Ritalin. Jones is very erratic, and you will never know where you stand with him except when he is telling you you are a stupid idiot.
He loves to brag about his "smarts," and often calls himself "the granddaddy of the payday industry" and the "pioneer of the payday industry." Always listen with rapt attention when he brags about himself, his mansion, his vast holdings, his wrestling days, or his generous donations to the people of Cleveland, or you will probably be sh*t canned.
Senator Bob Corker
Senator Bob Corker is to W. Allan Jones what Smithers is to Mr. Burns (think The Simpsons). Senator Bob Corker gladly accepts campaign contributions from W. Allan Jones and Check Into Cash in exchange for his lobbying efforts for the greedy payday industry. Often cited as a "friend" of the payday lending industry, this good old boy can be bought with no trouble. W. Allan Jones has Senator Bob Corker firmly squeezed into his too-small back pocket. Nice job, Senator Corker. I am sure your constituents are very grateful for your efforts.