The staff here is filled with some snooty suspicious characters.
I came in because I was a little short on rent and I hate borrowing money from other people.
The clerk helping me was pleasant, I don't know if she was new or if my situation was just so "unusual" that she needed to consult her coworkers. I work for a major transportation app. However all of my paychecks come through a third party staffing agency.
I knew there were going to be problems when I was asked if I did a W-9 form for my taxes.
Again. All things that were on my detailed 7 paycheck stubs that I brought in with me and had printed out. They weren't sloppy at all. They were clear. I work 35-40 hours a week which is considered full time. But for some reason I suppose reading comprehension isn't this company's strong suit.
I heard, what I can only assume was the manager, mumble that since I worked for "a start up" she needed to be more careful. "I approved one of those start ups for a payday loan a few weeks ago for someone...but but you're gonna need her taxes."
I was informed that I could not be approved because my paychecks weren't consistent. This made absolutely no sense. I get paid weekly. They verified the company that I worked for by calling them on the phone in front of me. AND the "manager" admitted that she approved a payday loan! Finally, the company I work for is an internationally renowned app. EVERYONE knows who they are. They might be new but they are in no way, shape, or form a start up sweetie.
The fact that they wanted 2 years worth of W-2s was the final straw. To prove what? That I'm not a fraudster? What sort or ridiculous policies?! Drawing blood and pulling a tooth is apparently easier than getting a measly $150 loan from these morons.
I hate to play the 'race' card...but I honestly do feel like there was some judgements made. I have been to payday advancement places before...WITH my new job...and never have I experienced such terrible service from the company itself.
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