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Has anyone came across getting the same work order from two different companies we are expanding and just got the same mow on a property from two companies has this happened to anyone
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All the time in the past years. Send in to the company that pays the best and report mow not needed to the other company
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I've got one property now that has grass cut orders for P&P and REO from the same company. I did my moral duty and informed them, but it's like talking to a brick wall. Until they figure it out on there own I'm double dippin without feeling guilty.
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I've got one property now that has grass cut orders for P&P and REO from the same company. I did my moral duty and informed them, but it's like talking to a brick wall. Until they figure it out on there own I'm double dippin without feeling guilty.
I called both companies and told them and was told then I would get double pay on it as its the issue companies issuing the work orders so now I am mowing the property weekly instead of biweekly even if it dont need it cause both require mow even if not needed oh well just more money
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And then 6 months from now when the companies audit the billing they will see that they were paying double and you will get back charged.
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Isn't that some **** demanded to mow it no matter what but they eventually kick it back saying you shouldn't have mowed now you owe us
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Yea the more we expand the more I am seeing of the bs everyone talks about with companies I have yet to have a charge back or issue but now that I have started working for another company I am starting to see stuff that makes me wonder about some of the companies we apply at
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Yea the more we expand the more I am seeing of the bs everyone talks about with companies I have yet to have a charge back or issue but now that I have started working for another company I am starting to see stuff that makes me wonder about some of the companies we apply at
Just some?
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Yea we have only signed up with 3 nationals and 2 local companies and only dealing it issue on 2 of them
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I have been riding that train for a while now. I haven't had the company's find out yet...moral dilemma? NO! I double dip and consider it repay for the charge backs we incur. I would never inform them! As if the company will go out of their way to inform you that the property they just assigned to you has 28" tall grass, 3 broken windows, a pool that needs securing and 20 missing light switch covers. Or better yet, sure we will pay you XXX when actually they only plan on paying you $12. Or not at all! I have to say between snow and grass i have had 4 property's with dual WO. Unfortunately, 2 of them are under contract.





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I've got one property now that has grass cut orders for P&P and REO from the same company. I did my moral duty and informed them, but it's like talking to a brick wall. Until they figure it out on there own I'm double dippin without feeling guilty.
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