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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-01-2016, 12:03 AM Thread Starter
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I still have about 7000 pending payments for jobs
How long before they pay me all my money

I called them today and said I'm done
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post #3 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-01-2016, 08:06 AM
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you should have asked to be put on hold and waited for all your money to be paid. they you are leaving so they will more then likely fine reason to back charge you. depending on the company you were working on how bad that will be.
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I still have about 7000 pending payments for jobs
How long before they pay me all my money

I called them today and said I'm done
I know others have posted similar responses to posts like yours: Ask to be put on hold, wait for money, then just don't work for them again. You can now expect to be cut down and charged back for every petty thing they can find.

Good luck in your new venture, whatever it may be.
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I still have about 7000 pending payments for jobs
How long before they pay me all my money

I called them today and said I'm done
In the great state of Indiana liens may not be placed on any property after 60 days. I'm sure this is not a coincidence when these asset management company's go over this time frame to pay contractor's.
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Agreed. You messed up by quitting before you were paid. Now, whatever you are owed will be the minimum of the items they will be backcharging you for. So, whatever they owe you- prepare to write off that debt unless you have placed liens. That's just how they roll. Sorry!

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Yes they have already starting being petty
Crying about every lil things possible
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Yes, they've just started. Did you file liens on everything still eligible to file liens on?

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Yes they have already starting being petty
Crying about every lil things possible
Don't be surprised when they blow up your insurance too. I've never had to but I might lawyer up and get an attorney involved just so they know you won't roll without a fight.
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In the great state of Indiana liens may not be placed on any property after 60 days. I'm sure this is not a coincidence when these asset management company's go over this time frame to pay contractor's.

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