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Hey guys,

So we're done with safeguard and they owe us about 25k at the moment. Coincidentally they've found 30k worth of charge backs against us. Just wondering does anyone here know a good way to fight them on this?

Yes, I know it was a mistake ever dealing with them etc...But now I'd just like the money I earned. I would hate to lawyer up and pay half the money just trying to get it so I'm looking for a way to go or who I can bring a complaint to that will actually help.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks
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An attorney that costs you half of the 25K vs collecting it on your own?
Since it is Safeguard, they have likely strung out your invoices way past the point you can file a lien. They are masters of keeping all of theirs and a lot of yours; they've had 25 years of practice.
For the amount of money, I would start the legal process right now. RIGHT NOW.
Hire someone who knows how to write the notifications, get the property searches and has a good relationship with the judges.
I used to be in court almost weekly for civil cases/eviction/property management matters and I got to know the routine pretty well. One thing a good attorney told me that I'll never get however, besides the law degree, was access to the judges and the machine.
I wish you the best but get a move on. Time is not on your side.
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Thanks for the reply...Yeah I wouldn't try to defend myself in court lol I know that's a world I know nothing about. I just meant if I'm trying to put pressure on them to pay up myself how to go about doing that.

But yeah I'm guessing lawyer is the best option. Sucks but oh well. Thanks again

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Thanks for the reply...Yeah I wouldn't try to defend myself in court lol I know that's a world I know nothing about. I just meant if I'm trying to put pressure on them to pay up myself how to go about doing that.

But yeah I'm guessing lawyer is the best option. Sucks but oh well. Thanks again

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the best pressure would be via liens on properties if you are still within the time frame on any of them

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There isn't anything you're going to do to "put pressure on them" aside from setting lawyer loose on them. Even then, I hope you're not past the point of no return, i.e. not being able to file liens. Any guesses why they came up with $30,000 worth of chargebacks when they owe you $25,000+ in payment?

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Not sure how that number came up. I figured they said just slightly over what they owe me so I wouldn't want to press them on it. I figure it's an easy way to scare someone off

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Regardless of time passing by contact the banks. SG is hated by all.
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Funny that you say that. I've been reaching out to the brokers and they love when I'm the vendor in their house but hate safeguard. They always say they'd go direct with me if they were allowed...Unless they're just saying it to make sure I continue doing a good job lol

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That's definitely a great idea though I'll start calling them asap most likely safeguard has already gotten paid from them though.

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