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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-17-2012, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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Southeastern asset services has contacted me asking if i would come onboard and be apart of their team.

Anyone know anything about them.
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I also contacted them. They are nice people buy there prices are terrible. There a regional so by the time everyone gets thier cut there was nothing left. I told them forget it
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Pricing is horrible.......
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i just told them friday i will not be doing any more work for them. they changed there prices with out notice. Now they will only pay $19.50 to change a lock and deadbolt cover. And $11.94 cyd for debris Removal For them prices i can stay home
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bait and switch pricing yup that happened with us and another company that went ahead changed the pricing then adjusted our invoices to reflect there pricing it was a week before we noticed the change
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bait and switch pricing yup that happened with us and another company that went ahead changed the pricing then adjusted our invoices to reflect there pricing it was a week before we noticed the change
It is worded in a lot of contracts Ive seen..........
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I have also been informed about them not paying promptly or not at all...
Another subber that needs to leave the industry...
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$11.94 per cubic yard? What time zone is that? 1971?
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