Report: #1044638

Complaint Review: Federated Payments - Melville New York

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  • Reported By: Anonymous — Huntington station New York
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  • Federated Payments 2 Huntington Quadrangle 3rd Floor North Melville, New York United States of America

Federated Payments US Bank Card Center, MSI, Federated Payments Canada, Wholesale Merchant Services, National Debit Card Network Scam, credit Card processing, merchant services Melville, New York

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I worked as a sales man for US Bank Card. During my initial interview I was told that I would get benefits and possibly a base pay after 90 days. I never had an issue with getting 3 appointments a day and I was closing 38% of the appointments as of the week prior to my 90 day mark. However, although we are required to keep a 30% closing ratio, I was terminated due to performance? I think I was terminated due to a company who can't offer the benefits they promised. Then my clients started getting notice that I no longer worked there? 2 months later my residuals were stopped and my so called manager stopped taking my calls. DO NOT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY.....THEY WILL SCREW YOU!!!!

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