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DO NOT WORK FOR THIS CONPANY. When I first contracted with them I was giving a pay schedule showing the dates I was supposed to be paid on. I still have not even received my first check yet almost 2 weeks past and I live not even 2 hours away from them in the same state!!!! Beware do not work for this company!!!
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You should gather up your list of receivables and head over to their office.
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I was thinking of that lol.
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I've never had a problem with them. I hope you get things straightened out!
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They give you a pay schedule that they do not follow. If I am suppose to pay someone lets say on 1/16/16 then I will make sure to create the check a few days before that if the pay is suppose to be ON the 16th. Not create it on he 16th and have it mailed some time that week whenever I feel like it. They are screwing people over and either I will make a trip to mansas va and it won't be pretty if I have too or a lawyer is getting involved.
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They give you a pay schedule that they do not follow. If I am suppose to pay someone lets say on 1/16/16 then I will make sure to create the check a few days before that if the pay is suppose to be ON the 16th. Not create it on he 16th and have it mailed some time that week whenever I feel like it. They are screwing people over and either I will make a trip to mansas va and it won't be pretty if I have too or a lawyer is getting involved.

As a business owner we never count on anyone paying on or by a certain date. You have to keep enough cash flow or available credit to ride out the slow pays and the no pays. This is one reason you cannot confuse labor with profit. You have to be prepared for times like these and you can't get sideways over a couple of days.

How does this surprise anyone? When you go to work for one of these companies like this you KNOW you are going to have to fight for your money.

You cannot blame the scorpion for his sting. He's a scorpion that's what he does.
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If you hire an attorney they won't speak to you anymore. If you walk into the office with your paperwork in hand, you'll likely get at the least a short face to face and a better chance at some direct results.
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If you hire an attorney they won't speak to you anymore. If you walk into the office with your paperwork in hand, you'll likely get at the least a short face to face and a better chance at some direct results.

Might get paid to leave?
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Years ago there was a company called Best Assets based out of Minneapolis. There was a fella who was owed $14,000+ in backpay. HE called Best Assets and explained that this needed to get caught up so he could afford his house payment and utility payments before he goes into foreclosure. He got the same run around as most everyone in the business does so he decided to pack his sleeping bag and a backpack of clothes and showed up at their offices. He promptly started rolling out his sleeping back on the lobby floor when the receptionist asked WTH are you doing? He told them he had nowhere to go since he was losing his home and they ought to welcome him with open arms for financing their fancy cars, fancy office and warm food.

He got arrested.

Bailed himself out and promptly went back to the Best Assets office and put his sleeping bag out on the public sidewalk ALONG with a sign saying Best Assets are crooks and owe him $$ and he couldn't make his house payment. THIS WAS DOWNTOWN Minneapolis and not exactly the nicest hood to be in. Kinda down by where the singer Prince had a bar or music hall thing I remember that if you Minnesota people know.

Got ran off this time for not having a permit to demonstrate. Went to City on got a 1 person demonstrate permit and promptly sat up his sign and sleeping bag JUST IN TIME!!!! HUD reps showed up at the Best Asset offices (during contract renewal negotiations). The contractor got paid by the owner of Best Assets so the guy would leave!

Funny how EVERYONE left. Contractor got paid and went home and BEST ASSETS left the business when they lost the renewal contract and filed for bankruptcy...everyone else that was owned for work lost.

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Yes, you do not play with these people

I do not ever call them on the phone, and ask for my money. I do not show up in person. They get one courtesy E-mail, with the late fee,loss of discount, and filing penalty schedule and right to a certified demand letter with the same language. Usually the registered letters naming them and their client go out within 24 hours of the first E-mail. 30 days is thirty days plus 2-3 days mailing time, no more.
Naturally, if you have a good working relationship and have developed some trust with a company you can make adjustments, but in the beginning, you can not play.
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