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What Employees Say
- "Good pay" was the most mentioned Pro at Aladdin Bail Bonds.
- "Long hours" was the most mentioned Con at Aladdin Bail Bonds.
I worked at Aladdin Bail Bonds full-time for less than a year
Once you become licensed you earn commission plus hourly pay. Management and coworkers were mostly helpful and nice to work with. You definitely have potential for good income in bail.
Unless you learn super fast, expect a big learning curve. This position is extremely detailed and with no prior experience in a criminal related field I had a hard time catching on to the ins and... outs of the court process related to bail. The schedule can be really bad and there was tons of micromanaging. Also most offices have a draw, so you don’t earn commission until you hit it and you make the company money first. This is something they didn’t tell me during the interview.
Advice to Management
Less micromanagement and lower the draw.
I have been working at Offer Max Funding
You are an independent agent.You get paid by your efforts. There is potential to make a six fiqure income by dealing directly with businesses and clients that need money. The US and Canada is your... market. You can grow to full time or stay partime. You have freedom in your schedule.
No work no pay. You must report your own taxes. No medical benefits.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work. But more hands on training is needed for the less experienced.