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Just a heads up for those of you thinking of joining Good Choice Preservation. We started with them in August I think we graduated still never figured that one out, supposed to have gotten id's etc (still waiting on them.Then finally started getting jobs in mid September, to just get canned by the end of October. Continously got pulled off our jobs to fill other contractors jobs (whom were on vacation or had thier stuff stolen) then to only receive several phones calls a day because our jobs were late.

Checks did not arrive until after 30 days, had to pay for the software to keep track of our work orders.So after spending the money for supplies, the software we only got a $50 check, we got told it will get better a week later the check was $63 wow not a lot of money for two weeks worth of work every single day.

After everything we spent and jobs that we cleared faster than other contractors we were giving no excuse as to other than the jobs were late when we got fired (through email might I add). The owner who I have yet to figure out who he is stated I will call you back and here it is alomst two weeks later and no return phone calls and our money we already earned will be held for (ANOTHER) 30 days. If it was me I would look elsewhere.
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Welcome to the site.

Most here have denied Good choice due to their low pay scale, sorry to hear of your bad experience!
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Most here have denied Good choice due to their low pay scale, sorry to hear of your bad experience!
Have anybody told them to change their name to Bad Choice or worse than welfare preservation?
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Just a heads up for those of you thinking of joining Good Choice Preservation. We started with them in August I think we graduated still never figured that one out, supposed to have gotten id's etc (still waiting on them.Then finally started getting jobs in mid September, to just get canned by the end of October. Continously got pulled off our jobs to fill other contractors jobs (whom were on vacation or had thier stuff stolen) then to only receive several phones calls a day because our jobs were late.

Checks did not arrive until after 30 days, had to pay for the software to keep track of our work orders.So after spending the money for supplies, the software we only got a $50 check, we got told it will get better a week later the check was $63 wow not a lot of money for two weeks worth of work every single day.

After everything we spent and jobs that we cleared faster than other contractors we were giving no excuse as to other than the jobs were late when we got fired (through email might I add). The owner who I have yet to figure out who he is stated I will call you back and here it is alomst two weeks later and no return phone calls and our money we already earned will be held for (ANOTHER) 30 days. If it was me I would look elsewhere.
What they pricing look like? Can u share?
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Horrible! Let me see if I can find it.
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They are client specific on pricing, but as you can see here, no need to waste your t

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JDRM...I can't see anything



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I can see it on my end?? Im not very familiar with uploading to this site....

But here is a breakdown, or PM me your email and I will forward original:

Debris removal $15 cyd
Dry wint $ 20
Re-wint $ 15
INITIAL cut up to 5K $ 20
Knoblock $ 16
Roof tarp $ 300 30 X 50
Cap gas line $1
Re- Cut $ 15

Just some basics...

I will email if needed, send me address.
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I can see it on my end?? Im not very familiar with uploading to this site....

But here is a breakdown, or PM me your email and I will forward original:

Debris removal $15 cyd
Dry wint $ 20
Re-wint $ 15
INITIAL cut up to 5K $ 20
Knoblock $ 16
Roof tarp $ 300 30 X 50
Cap gas line $1
Re- Cut $ 15

Just some basics...

I will email if needed, send me address.
$15 CYD for debris and $20 wintz? I've kicked clients to the curb that pay better than that. I don't need to see anymore. Thanks



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I tried to upload the pricing sheet file but the site software says its too big.

I'm not sure I can resize a PDF file the way I can JPEG.

If I get time to mess with it later I'll try.



But from what I see................ their prices paid to the contractor are well below break even.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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