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Ulta Preservation LLC - Whats the scoop on them

Has anyone here worked for this company? They are posting ads on CL here in San Antonio and I like to do research before we just jump onboard with anyone. We have been burned several times over the years by a lot of companies I have seen in these forums. Trying to avoid it again.
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Has anyone here worked for this company? They are posting ads on CL here in San Antonio and I like to do research before we just jump onboard with anyone. We have been burned several times over the years by a lot of companies I have seen in these forums. Trying to avoid it again.
If you don't want to get burned don't work for a company that has to recruit. If their program is so good why do they have to pursue you? if their program was good people would be lining up to onboard with them.
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Very true. But that said my longest standing client recruited me and they have been golden the last 5 years. Not all companies are wolves in sheeps clothing
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Very true. But that said my longest standing client recruited me and they have been golden the last 5 years. Not all companies are wolves in sheeps clothing
Alot has changed in 5 years. Good companies don't have to recruit.

Quick question, How many contractors in your area if you do a google search?
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Not sure how many contractors. I run into a few here and there but most of those work for MCS or NFN. I'll find the occassional who work for ones who've burned us in the past and I'll give em a heads up and normally within a month or 2 they'll call me telling me I was right. Just cant seem to find another reliable company. Everytime we think we have one we find out that they are a bottom feeder.
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Not sure how many contractors. I run into a few here and there but most of those work for MCS or NFN. I'll find the occassional who work for ones who've burned us in the past and I'll give em a heads up and normally within a month or 2 they'll call me telling me I was right. Just cant seem to find another reliable company. Everytime we think we have one we find out that they are a bottom feeder.

No I am asking why do these companies need you? Specifically YOU? There are 400 or so contractors in my local yellow pages. I know why these companies call me. It's not because they heard we do good work. It's because we understand how to do things quick and cheap.

We lost a rehab to a company out of California, they hired a company out of Chicago, that company recruited a hack off of Craigslist. When the job got red tagged because Craigslist guy doesn't have a business or a contractor's license who do you think got fines?
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