Join Date: May 2012
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The above advice is good. It is a process to disentangle yourself from screwguard. You definitely don't want to just tell them you're quitting. Put yourself on hold with them and collect as much money from them as you can before pulling the plug.
After I quit them, they started sending chargebacks. They went back 5 years to find things like a missing picture from a grass recut, or winterization. Fortunately, by the time they started all that, I had collected all but $100 that they owed me. The reason I used was non-reinstatement of the insurance that they demand you have. I let it lapse, they put me on hold, and I kept telling them I was trying to raise the money to get the insurance reinstated.
Yes, I have regrets. There are things I wish I hadn't done . . ..things I should have done, but indeed, there are many things I'm happy to have done. It's all in a lifetime.