The finance sector can be very high-earning, and people that have been working in it for years will often talk about the benefits and how much profit they manage to generate every month. What they fail to mention is that it is also a high-risk sector because matters have to be handled delicately. After all, one or two bad moves on your end can cause clients to lose their faith in you, and prevent you from getting new clients later in the future. When it comes to working in finance, not all publicity is good, so getting bad complaints for financial advisors can bode disaster for you.
It takes a lot of time and experience to get a client to trust you. This is understandable since you are handling their money and advising them on potential good and bad investments they can make. It takes a lot of work and research on your end to ensure that you suggest profitable investment opportunities for your client, and if you are successful, you can ask your client to leave a little review for you on your website (if you have one) or to just spread the good word, and a lot of times people do this without even having to be told to. Good reviews help draw in more clients so that is a plus since that means more opportunities for profit for you.
In the case of a bad review, it will spread pretty quickly like wildfire. A single bad review can distort people’s image of you and they might view you in a negative light. Once that is done, then that can seriously affect your inflow of clients or your current client’s willingness to continue working with you, both of which can be detrimental for you.