Bluepay Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Bluepay is now Clover.
Clover is a cloud-based Android point of sale (POS) platform that was launched in April 2012. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA. Clover was acquired on December 28, 2012 by First Data Corporation. Bank of America Merchant Services was the first to announce it would sell Clover to its merchant base in October 2013. PNC Merchant Services was the second to announce it would sell Clover to its merchant base.
Marketing Associate (Current Employee) says"Do not see this as a career move. I needed a job in order to relocate to Chicago. The company seems ok and solid, but the pay is too low for an experienced worker."
Lead Generator (Former Employee) says"Extreme lack of any management. Just a bunch of Bro's spouting out about how much Molly they took and how much disdain they have for the customers they talk to. I took a lot of initiative and found large companies for them to work with instead of the usual limo drivers all the other slacker agents called all day long. My leads went into a time vortex never to be closed. Bonuses paid to scammers sending BS leads. Don't waste your time working with these sleazebags. Cons: Pay, co-workers"
Marketing Associate (Former Employee) says"Manager was very unprofessional. My day consists of speaking to various business owners. I learned nothing . Great co workers. Getting business owners to listen. The relax atmophere. Cons: not professional"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at BluePay Processing full-time Cons: Everything else, advancement happens only if you are the "right" kind of person"
Former Employee - Merchant Services says"I worked at BluePay Processing full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Horrible management Doesn’t apply guidelines and rules to everybody Extreme favoritism Doesn’t write you up, just fires you without warning"
Former Employee - Marketing Associate says"I worked at BluePay Processing full-time for more than a year Cons: Poorly devised commission scheme. Wholly quota driven, but not necessarily performance driven. Not much training involved, more of a sink or swim environment."