Fallout 76 Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Fallout is a series of post-apocalyptic role-playing video games—and later action role-playing games—created by Interplay Entertainment. The series is set during the 22nd and 23rd centuries, and its atompunk retrofuturistic setting and art work are influenced by the post-war culture of 1950s United States, with its combination of hope for the promises of technology and the lurking fear of nuclear


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Senior BLC Underwriter/Due Diligence Underwriter (Former Employee) says

"This is an awful place to work - you wonder where they found and hired some of the people as most of them had ZERO professionalism or even acted like an adult."

Senior Underwriter jumbo loans (Former Employee) says

"My son and I insurance was $798.00 per paycheck, then my husband was diagnosed with cancer. I informed my manager and next thing i know i no longer have a job"

Conventional Loan & QC Underwriter/Manager (Former Employee) says

"Extremely discriminatory place to work. They hired lots of black people, but pay them below the industry standards and they are all afraid to talk about the fearful environment that are expected to work in."

Underwriter (Former Employee) says

"This would be my first time reviewing an employer. I worked remotely for this company. Gave my 2 week notice to be fair to them and turns out on Thursday of the same week they call me in the middle of the day to say " ohh! no one told you, we are letting you go ", and I was in the middle of a loan. These people are a joke."


"Manager over project had favorites and was not patient with everyone learning a new system and project. Which made it very stressful and difficult to work there. Cons: Poor HR Manager"

Mortgage Servicing Specialist (Former Employee) says

"They say they have tons of work but they don’t. Our team spent 1/2 the yr with no work and no pay and the insurance is 1000.00 a month. Management is all young kids that don’t have a clue. Super unorganized! Cons: Everything else"

Servicing Compliance Analyst (Current Employee) says

"I trust no one there and most of the leads and managers lie, yell at employees on the floor and are just plain rude. There are no phones in the work area and it is more or less a sweat shop! Cons: Everything else"

Underwriter (Former Employee) says

"Clayton is a "favorites" culture - team leads have their favorite's and if you are not on the list and work gets slow you will not be working does not matter what you know only who you know........... Cons: No pto, NO Holiday pay - No security -"

Indexer (Current Employee) says

"This company seeks employees as the workload comes in. The work can be for 30 -90 days, sometimes two weeks. After the easy interview process, they have you waiting around because they are not sure if the work will really come as Clayton works special projects from other banking and mortgage companies. They will string you along and say that the work day will start on such and such day and then say they are still waiting on ID’s and log on information. After that they will come up with another excuse and boom its now 30 days later. They string you along so you don’t work elsewhere. Cons: Management, Leads, Lack of opportunties, Favoritism, Minority women treated like trash."

Data Compliance Analyst - Remote (Former Employee) says

"There are many knowledgeable people in management but very few of them like to help you. They encourage you to ask questions and when you do they don't respond to emails. If they do respond they speak to you in a condescending manner to make you feel stupid and then they report you to upper management and have you removed from projects. Cons: No PTO or Sick days or benefits"

Contract Underwriter (Current Employee) says

"Communication is very poor and sometimes there is no work for weeks at a time. One can sometimes be assigned a supervisor who has little to knowledge of your scope of work and who does not care to answer emails for days at a time. Sometimes they'll email that they do not have work for the entire week, for weeks in a row and then sometimes they will not let you know if there is work or not. Frequently have underwriters check back every couple of hours all day completely for free just to have no answers regarding work available. The hourly wage is good however if work is not available, you do not earn any pay. Never one paid holiday, vacation day, or sick day pay. There are underwriters who have been with them for ten years with never a paid vacation. Cons: Not reliable income and very poor communication. Feels like employees do not matter at all."

Frontline/Senior Underwriter (Former Employee) says

"working for Clayton Holdings was a good experience. They had good clients to work for and kept me gainfully employed. The work environment in downtown Denver was pleasant. Cons: benefits"

Jumbo Credit Underwriter (Remote) says

"It an ok place to work. The pay is cheap for what you do, and you fell unappreciated at Clayton. I could have done better given the skulls that I have."


"very high turnover rate, instability in consistent work. Lack of training and short notice ending of contracted job position. Not a stable job environment if you have family"

Operation Claims and Liability Management (Current Employee) says

"Assignments were not adequately planned/arranged. New team leads monthly. hard to get a straight answer. Lack of professional development opportunities Cons: upper management does not care about the employees just their bottom line."

Compliance Analyst / Underwriter (Former Employee) says

"There was no work, work was slow, they don't offer training they want you to know already know the work product. The upper management have they set of people that they choose to do the work, there click on who and what they would offer different things to. They did not let us know that we were being layoff till 2 days before. They always secretive on what's going on."

Transactional Employee (Former Employee) says

"Pretty terrible place to work as an "entry level" employee. Very limited supervision, lots of disorganization, high pressure, and worst of all, financial insecurity. Employees lower down on the ladder have worse benefits than everyone else. Little to no interaction with other employees makes you to feel like a machine. One week you may get an email saying there's no work for you to do. You may even go into work and sit there with nothing to do for several hours before you're told to go home. Of course you can't include those hours in your timesheet, because the company needs all the money it can get to buy back its own shares on the stock market. Cons: hostile environment, poor communication, awful management, executives completely out of touch, poor earnings"

Indexer QC (Former Employee) says

"Clayton holdings is only beneficial for someone that is looking for a temporary work. This Company is very inconsistent with work flow. Mainly all positions within this company is contracted. Upper Management to leads ( indexing team specifically) have 0 respect and moral for their employee's, severe lack in training, Cons: Unstable work flow, unprofessional leads and management"

Underwriting Analyst/Contract (Former Employee) says

"Your experience was taken from granted with low pay and high turnover due to the current industry. When industry is slow you can tell this company uses this information to not compensate you for your knowledge Cons: None"

Credit Risk Analyst (Current Employee) says

"Is a good place to learn and acquire experience. I learned a lot about the mortgage industry. The company is very laid back."