Proguard Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
ProGuard is an open source command-line tool that shrinks, optimizes and obfuscates Java code. It is able to optimize bytecode as well as detect and remove unused instructions. ProGuard is free software and is distributed under the GNU General Public License, version 2.ProGuard is distributed as part of the Android SDK and runs when building the application in release mode.
Site Supervisor (Former Employee) says"As a site supervisor I had to fill open shifts. As a result i performed 386 hrs of o.t. in 5 mo. I kept asking for some relief but none was provided. Cons: lots of manditory o.t"
operator (Former Employee) says"- Lot of benefits Cons: Tiring, The pay is very low"
Security Guard (Former Employee) says"It's a good company to learn more about security, and getting certificate to make a career out of it. One down fall is the company was based out of georgia state. But overall a very good opportunity. Cons: No breaks sometimes"
Current Employee - Territory Sales Representative says"I have been working at ProGuard Warranty full-time Cons: Micromanage, the company wants you to do a lot with very little. There is an expectation for you to pay company expenses with your own money. The management is very condescending and take joy in belittling you."
Former Employee - Sales Representative says"I worked at ProGuard Warranty full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Amateur hour when it comes to training and Monday morning sales calls it’s never enough they play favorites and dealer so give more business very unethical. They like to try and sue employees who have done right by them caution caution caution"
Former Employee - Agent/Sales says"I worked at ProGuard Warranty full-time for more than a year Cons: Cons. Exactly. Couldn't have phrased it better myself."
says"I worked at ProGuard Warranty Cons: They are con artists and rip off their customers. They lie, are rude, disrespectful and pay low wages. They are horrible to work for."
Former Employee - Area Sales Representative says"I worked at ProGuard Warranty full-time Cons: They cap expenses at $500 per month and anything over your on your own, and it takes more to manage a whole state. Start pay is low and once you hit $50k monthly gross you lose all expenses they come out of your pocket and you make less than before hitting this benchmark."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at ProGuard Warranty full-time Cons: The salary is not to great, they can afford to pay the office people much more for all the work they are doing to make the company grow & excel!"