- Report: #674530
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Complaint Review: TitleMax
TitleMaxInternet, Georgia United States of America
TitleMax Managers get paid bonuses for new biz but they dont even know w\how to sell the consumer a pawn Internet, Georgia
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Title Max pays the store mgrs for new biz they generate. Problem is they dont generate anything, they claim recognition for their work (the work of their staff) managers sit on their buts and the dm's dont care what they do. they dont distribute the new biz bonuses to the real person that does the work. you dont get advanced like they say when they hire you. they just put you in a store and that it. no advancement no more education, just critcisim if you dont do well. jobs are tough and thats why tm has a few good people but they are so stupid that when the economy turns they will be back with the people that have no other skills or educations and they dont even know they are alousey place to work. dont expect any one mgr dm or rms to stand behind you right or wrong they are just waiting to blame you for something that they did wrong, and then they will not accept blmae or will gladly place you in the line of fire.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/23/2010 02:36 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/TitleMax/Internet-Georgia-/TitleMax-Managers-get-paid-bonuses-for-new-biz-but-they-dont-even-know-whow-to-sell-the-674530. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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