Customer Service - Payment Reminder

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This Employee Owner work environment is similar to the work environment of a Credit Union or Bank, without the strict dress code! Life gets busy and people sometimes forget to make their payments. As a Payment Reminder Representative, you will contact Members/Customers on behalf of various Credit Unions/Banks to prevent them from falling further behind in their payments. These courtesy calls are handled in a positive and empathetic manner. This is a very customer service focused and fast paced position. Intermediate to advanced computer skills and the ability to troubleshoot are a must! You will be required to multitask and navigate through several windows quickly; while maintaining a professional and upbeat tone. Our Payment Reminder Representatives are analytical and can demonstrate the ability to work independently or in a team environment. This position is located right here in Elgin, IL!

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oCompetitive wages
oPaid training
oESOP, 401k retirement plan, profit sharing and safe harbor contribution
oMedical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance for full-time and part-time employees
oEducational and employee-assistance programs
oCasual dress environment
oYear-round employee appreciation events
oEmployee referral program

Lending Solutions, Inc. (LSI) is an employee-owned company that has operated a growing, profitable business since 1994. With over 450 employee-owners, LSI fosters a stable, rewarding, challenging, and fun working environment where excellence and productivity are continually recognized. To learn more about our Employee-Owned company and our wonderful opportunities visit us
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