Squares Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Square, Inc. is an American financial services, merchant services aggregator, and mobile payment company based in San Francisco, California. The company markets software and hardware payments products and has expanded into small business services.
Larry shares his frustrating experience on consumeraffairs.com, "I was using Square for online payment processing for over 1 year, then suddenly they close my account and freeze all of my funds owed to me with no explanation and nobody to talk to. Their customer support is always backed up and you cannot get through to a human. Their automated support and user forums are of no help. I have lost money and my business is down until I get a new payment processor. I though they were great until this happened. I will never use them again. I am switching to another payment processor. It is not worth the lost time and money to try to resolve issues with Square."
Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee) says"was okay some days. very unprofessional and poor management. too much drama. coworkers did not help out. no breaks. nobody's willing to help. steals tip money. money is great. Cons: no breaks"
GM Manager (Former Employee) says"Managers are required to run marathons with broken ankles. The upper management is often unwilling to listen to its staff about issues. Gm is required to be on duty 24/7 and due to a shortage of willing robots the gm will find themselves alone. Similar establishments offer a relief manager for days off/ vacations, this place offers excuses and expects to buy you. Most gm will find a salary position with 60+ hours to work at first, leading to the potential to work less. Point of sale system is dated and limited. Human resources slows down the hiring process to a crawl. If you want to be a glorified cook that does paperwork and don't have a life outside work this is the job for you. If you want happiness and a good work life balance then don't be fooled and apply somewhere else Cons: No life outside work, upper management is apathetic, long mandatory hours, govt minimum health insurance."
Waitress (Former Employee) says"When working at 3 squares diner there are not many opportunities to advance there. Waitresses steal your tips from your tables. If your the new waitress there you do everything and they sit back and relax. Cons: Have to pay for your meals"
Waitress (Former Employee) says"The manager makes a straight cut salary and they give you horrible hours and terrible people to work with and expect you be there at there every beck and call and give no respect! Cons: The manager makes you regret coming to work"
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) says"The typical day at work with my co-workers at 3 square diners was that I try to be friendly with everyone every day and get my work done. My manager would yell and fire left and right but that just made me better and what she said I had to do I did, that had to be the hardest part to have her walking around saying she would fire me for every little that just made work hard to exceed her expectations. I was fired under misunderstandings, but I learned to be more positive in a negative situation. Cons: rude manager"
Waitress (Current Employee) says"The type of management is very disrespectful and will take out the problems she has on you and your schedule. It is a great job to work at and meet new people but sometimes its very stressful and you will not have a life outside of the diner. Cons: No breaks, can not sit down, no free meals, bad pay, overworked"
Server/Cook (Former Employee) says"Limited jobs in Donalsonville, Georgia. 3 Squares was always hiring because they couldnt get anyone to stay. Customers were great, mgmt stole tips from overnight crew. Overnight would work 10 hour shift and make $30-40 in tips. Loved working there on 1st and 2nd shift."
Server / Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) says"I enjoyed this job because it enabled me to meet and greet different people on a daily basis. There was never a dull moment. I cannot really speak on management because they changed up so much that we had to rely on fellow co-workers and teamwork to get things done properly. The hardest part of the job was taking care of angry, rude customers for the little amount of pay that I received. I believe that I was overworked and underpaid. I know my worth because I am an excellent worker who always maintains a professional persona in the workplace. Cons: little pay"
Cook/server (Current Employee) says"Could use a pay increase for cooks and could use some Decent help in the store definitely needs more help for cleaning the manager is great sometimes to easy going on employee but over all it's a good place to work"
Server/Waiter (Former Employee) says"It was an alright job. Slow paced not a lot of business. Not enough money. But the employees make that place what it is today! 3 Squares Diner is a great environment and has great food. Cons: Needs to be free!"
Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee) says"Waiting tables, how to interact with customers in a proper way, keeping a clean work space and handling money. Cons: No breaks, not good pay and long hours"
Former Intern - Sales & Business Development says"I worked at Startup Squares Cons: All talk not much result oriented"
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