The Verve Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Verve were an English rock band that formed in Wigan in 1990 by lead vocalist Richard Ashcroft, guitarist Nick McCabe, bass guitarist Simon Jones and drummer Peter Salisbury. Guitarist and keyboard player Simon Tong later became a member in their first reunion only.

The opening strings are sampled from the 1965 Andrew Oldham Orchestra recording of the Rolling Stones' song "The Last Time", arranged and written by David Whitaker. The Rolling Stones' song was itself strongly inspired by "This May Be the Last Time" from the Staple Singers. The Verve negotiated rights to use a six-note sample from the recording from the recording's copyright holder Decca Records; however, they did not obtain permission from former Rolling Stones manager Allen Klein, who owned the copyrights to the band's pre-1970 songs, including "The Last Time". Although "Bitter Sweet Symphony" had already been released, Klein refused to grant a licence for the sample. This led to a lawsuit with ABKCO Records,


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Free Agent (Former Employee) says

"This place had a great vision in the beginning. Lots of hopes and promises, but the visions are not aligned with reality. Disorganized right from the beginning, and no one seem to want to fix it. Management only cares about making profits and not in-tuned with the day-to-day challenges/needs. Staffing levels have always been an issue. Workers are overworked/burned out, underpaid and under valued. Management lack in recognizing the hard-work and the contributions of the staff. In any role, there is no room for learning-curve, they expect you to be in your role and perform right away! There is also a lot of “special friendships” and “groupings” happening which puts one in a disadvantage when you’re not in this clique. There’s so many expectations working here, on any given day you are a ... Care Aide, Leader, Supervisor, Scheduler, Cook, Housekeeper, Entertainer. Cons: Overworked, underpaid, undervalued."

Health Care Aide (Former Employee) says

"Management is unfair, favors their community and others they don’t care, they don’t care about staffs, no communication between management and staff. Even the residents know more information than the staff, hardly a routine, changes constantly. Cons: Negligence, racism, no appreciation, no communication"

Not saying (Current Employee) says

"Working in the household is not directed at care at all when working the assisted living household. It’s all housekeeping. Totally not what their vision is, at least staff wise. A lot of turnover already due to this as well as them just being greedy. Management doesn’t actually care about their staff and are sneaky. A few hardworking employees were fired for no good reason and some left due to coworker bullying and positions not what were expected. They lost a handful of very good employees because the standards weren’t up to par or what was explained for the roles when originally hired. Cons: Management are sneaky, job role is not what the job description says"

DSM (Former Employee) says

"I was hired as the Dining Services Manager for a brand new facility. They explained what the role was in the interview. But after opening, the role became very confusing with no defined direction. I feel like I was used to set up the kitchen and programs and then let go. The amount of demand on the DSM was astronomical and they wanted perfection as of day one. It really felt like there was no chance of a learning curve or a chance to implement programs and systems."

UCP (Former Employee) says

"Hello, As in lots of places, Carp Commons is understaffed and staff has to run to get things done. Now the retirement home is filling up, there was no new staff added. Management is a challenge. You have to check your paystub and I had to fight for my Covid pay. I still didnt get any. It is now the end of September. Cons: No time for breaks"

Current Employee - Sales says

"I have been working at Verve full-time Cons: Poorly managed and very disorganized"

Current Employee - Software Engineer says

"I have been working at Verve full-time for less than a year Cons: worst management, does not have a vision. Does not value employees"

Former Employee - Analyst says

"I worked at Verve full-time for less than a year Cons: Poor management, constant layoffs which is unfortunate."

Former Employee - Analyst says

"I worked at Verve full-time for more than a year Cons: Worst company to work for, continuously laying off employees"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Verve full-time for less than a year Cons: Very poor leadership, unprofessional managers (calling and emailing employees when on vacation/weekends), horrible culture, layoffs galore, no clear vision for the future, not paying publisher clients suggests the company is bleeding $$$, no differentiation in product (why would agencies buy with Verve going forward?). Too old fashioned in practice to be considered a "tech" company. Also looks like some possibly fake posts on here to try and save the company rating."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Verve full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Conniving, unethical "leaders" in NY who are unimaginably inappropriate. These "leaders" are a joke and will go out of their way just to humiliate their employees to make them feel devalued."

Former Employee - Software Engineer says

"I worked at Verve full-time for more than a year Cons: No company direction. Focus seemed to shift every year or every few months: Failed attempt to break into EU market, Video ad-serving, Programmatic, poor integration with company acquisitions, etc. Despite previous ad-tech experience, it seems I've never had my opinion taken seriously because I wasn't Director/VP-level. This was the norm with others as well. Product team (now all laid off) did a poor job communicating business needs to engineers throughout my whole tenure. No cross-team collaboration (between engineering teams as well as across business units) Little to no mentorship or career growth opportunities"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Verve full-time Cons: The daily fear of getting laid off, prevents you from enjoying your work."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Verve full-time for more than 3 years Cons: - It started off great with Nada as CEO but spiralled all down hill when TK took over. - Poor decisions to acquire an already failing company Receptiv and to open up shop in Europe was a disaster. Beacons also never gained any traction. - Teams are siloed and often very cliquey - Upper management often have very standoffish attitudes - Poor poor poor decisions - No proper vision of the future - Layoffs have sent moral to an ultimate low"

Former Employee - Senior Director Publisher Development says

"I worked at Verve full-time for less than a year Cons: I accepted a job to work for a senior leader and was completely bait and switched. There was an initial round of layoffs at the beginning of the year and another one recently. They are not paying their publishers and are trying to stitch together a programmatic business. For a company that had been around since 2005 there is no backend UI or processes in place. This is a sinking ship with a lot of in fighting between Sales and Programmatic teams. I was there for less than three months before I saw the writing on the wall. There is no culture and all of the talented people are leaving or being laid off. This is a sinking ship that can't be saved."


"I was not notified of a missed payment that was on auto pay that resulted in my credit score being dropped 90 points."

Paul G ippolitto says

"They lie about everything. My card had been canceled for 2 months and the still charge me a fee without knowing it then charge a late fee for a $8 min payment. They said dont worry about payment due to corona and then charge for late fees. Scam"


"Muthafucka I got charged $140 for a card i barely and not using at all. Because i missed a $5 monthly payment?!!! With everything that's going on, you muthafuckas are actually penalizing people for late $5 monthly payments?!!! Really muthafucka?!!! Are you serious?!!! Im blasting yall azz on the book so everyone knows how shady you muthafuckas are Thats ol school capitalist bank bullshyt tactics Banks dont do that bullshyt no more"


"Poor Customer service, high interest rates, will not work with you on adjusting rates. They do not take off fee's or bad reports, 2 missed payments because my mom had passed away, those two payments literally seem to haunt my credit report. I have tried getting them off by talking to Verve Master Card. They refuse"

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