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I bet I've had a 1/2 dozen of these companies email me this week. We've seen them on here a few times lately trying to sneak in a quick advertisement before they get snuffed out. They seem to be popping up faster than Ranger Rick's regionals. Anyone else getting these?

My question is how did they get my email? I did respond to one company somewhere across the pond just for the fun of it to see how low I could beat him down on price before telling him no. I wonder if that clown sold my email.

Has anyone ever used one of these companies for simple orders? I know something complex with bids and 100s of pics would be more hassle than it's worth. My 12 year old son does my updates for me now but he's getting a little sloppy and likes to put them off till the last minute. He may also be overpaid. Thinking of trying one of these companies just for a week or 2 to teach Jr. a little lesson about the working world.
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I bet I've had a 1/2 dozen of these companies email me this week. We've seen them on here a few times lately trying to sneak in a quick advertisement before they get snuffed out. They seem to be popping up faster than Ranger Rick's regionals. Anyone else getting these?

My question is how did they get my email? I did respond to one company somewhere across the pond just for the fun of it to see how low I could beat him down on price before telling him no. I wonder if that clown sold my email.

Has anyone ever used one of these companies for simple orders? I know something complex with bids and 100s of pics would be more hassle than it's worth. My 12 year old son does my updates for me now but he's getting a little sloppy and likes to put them off till the last minute. He may also be overpaid. Thinking of trying one of these companies just for a week or 2 to teach Jr. a little lesson about the working world.
They got your email because they are an extension of an original.

The entire pyramid probably uses them.

Maybe you should teach yourself a lesson about the working world and be up til 3 AM processing your own work orders. Here is your new schedule so that you can learn a lesson on the working world.

6 A.M. - Out the door and labor
9 P.M. - Get Home
9:05 P.M Start processing your own work orders.
3:00 A.M Done - Sleep, repeat minimum 6 - 7 days per week.

Do this for 3 years.

Then deal with the pos's that fd u over.

Get shi* on by the court system.

Mayb U will learn a lesson about the working world, not the white collard a-hole world.

Bet with the new schedule u wouldn't have so much time to post to this forum.

Have Fun!

When its over you will realize that you have been working under involuntary servitude, in which was abolished by the United States Constitution.

Then you accept the fact that you are a slave.

Then you don't care anymore.
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I did all my own labor and updates for 6 years. I've worked 47 days straight, with the shortest day being 12 hours. I've given up things I shouldn't have to make damn sure the work got done. I've pushed snow for 72 hours with 3 hours sleep several times. Don't preach to me about the white collar world. I had time to post because I am not working in my office, I am trying to get some initial yard cleanups done between rounds of heavy rain and sleet. I took a lunch break in the truck. Is that allowed? The simple lesson Jr should learn is that it makes no difference where you go, what you do or who you work for. If you don't perform, you will be replaced. Even if your are self employed, if you don't deliver what you promise, YOU WILL BE REPLACED. Or should I coddle him and milk him along until he's 35 and living in my basement?


Dude, get some sleep.
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I did all my own labor and updates for 6 years. I've worked 47 days straight, with the shortest day being 12 hours. I've given up things I shouldn't have to make damn sure the work got done. I've pushed snow for 72 hours with 3 hours sleep several times. Don't preach to me about the white collar world. I had time to post because I not working in my office, I am trying to get some initial yard cleanups done between rounds of heavy rain and sleet. I took a lunch break in the truck. Is that allowed? The simple lesson Jr should learn is that it makes no difference where you go, what you do or who you work for. If you don't perform, you will be replaced. Even if your are self employed, if you don't deliver what you promise, YOU WILL BE REPLACED. Or should I coddle him and milk him along until he's 35 and living in my basement?


Dude, get some sleep.
Lunch Break In Truck = Not allowed that violated the provisions of performing labor under involuntary servitude and or slavery. U.S. Constitution Section 13.

Further, what ever you are talking about with the rest of it I have no comment... It really sounds like a personal problem.

Lastly 47 days straight shows that you have not yet suffered under involuntary servitude. I assume your time is coming.
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Nothing here is involuntary. Everything is my choice, so OK sure, whatever.

Original question.

Anyone ever use a processing company for simple orders or are they more hassle then they're worth?
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I have not used them but i also get a lot of emails from them.ive done all my own work from secretary,taxes,processing and being in field for last 8 years,i shell out enough money already without someone else getting a piece of the pie.
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I've used my kids before but most of them didn't show much interest in the menial work. They also always chose a flat fee over hourly, go figure.
I prefer keeping our book work in house; the gals here have a little more skin in my game than some guy named Xavier.

The photo is of a supposed regional but I expect the expression is about the same if you had to call your processor over their foul up.

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Ace....it sounds like the P&P system has chewed you up. It sucks I know. Reason why I quit.

Processors = many charge backs. Tried this back in 2011 and cost us nearly $40k in charge backs. It was easier to control the employee processor but the "profit" kept disappearing with lower reimbursements and bid approvals and had to layoff in-house processors but didn't matter at this time since we had been phasing out of the P&P model.

Family: Our son put himself through college working P&P, our daughter put herself through college working P&P, our future Son-in-law worked P&P, numerous nephews This was before the business went to heck.
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Yeah, I see a lot of them in my email.

When I see an email start with "Happy day to you..." I just hit delete now. I don't even read them anymore.

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If not satisfied please returned the unused portion of the product and we'll return the unused portion of your money.
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Yeah, I see a lot of them in my email.

When I see an email start with "Happy day to you..." I just hit delete now. I don't even read them anymore.

Even on your birthday
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