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Received a email from these guys to see if we were still interested in becoming a vendor for them. Wondering if you all know anything about these guys.

The Good, Bad, and Ugly..................?????

Thanks in advance for you all's help.......
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From there wed site.Ive never worked for them.


We pay our vendors as we get paid. Most of our clients pay us every 30 days at the first of the month. Therefore, most of our vendors are paid between 30-45 days from submitting a completed work order. Again, this is not a get rich quick industry and we all must wait to be paid. So, make sure you have working capital to support your business before accepting work orders. There are times when we assist our vendors in “good standing” with large bid approvals by advancing them additional funds in order to purchase materials and perform the work.
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I just did a job for MSI that was originally theres. Someone forgot to change vendors address. If I remember correctly Universal's pay scale is low and non negotiable[
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I just did a job for MSI that was originally theres. Someone forgot to change vendors address. If I remember correctly Universal's pay scale is low and non negotiable[

MSI I also work for them, still haven`t firgured out how they pay on reaccurings service(lawns and maids)!
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MSI I also work for them, still haven`t firgured out how they pay on reaccurings service(lawns and maids)!
When you figure it out, let me know because the damn checks don't match the invoices and I'm billing directly off their pricing guide.....WTF



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When you figure it out, let me know because the damn checks don't match the invoices and I'm billing directly off their pricing guide.....WTF

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When you figure it out, let me know because the damn checks don't match the invoices and I'm billing directly off their pricing guide.....WTF

ditto. .. If I remember correctly my last check had 89 or 83 cents at the end. I know MSI uses Good Choice in my area too. Seems like they send me out to check and/or provide better results.
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ditto. .. If I remember correctly my last check had 89 or 83 cents at the end. I know MSI uses Good Choice in my area too. Seems like they send me out to check and/or provide better results.
Haven't seen good choice around here.

According to MSI price sheet, on REO I'm supposed to get 50 for the maid and 45 for the snow. One invoice paid @$70, the next one is paid @$75. Same property, same services. The chit doesn't make sense.....



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From there wed site.Ive never worked for them.


We pay our vendors as we get paid. Most of our clients pay us every 30 days at the first of the month. Therefore, most of our vendors are paid between 30-45 days from submitting a completed work order. Again, this is not a get rich quick industry and we all must wait to be paid. So, make sure you have working capital to support your business before accepting work orders. There are times when we assist our vendors in “good standing” with large bid approvals by advancing them additional funds in order to purchase materials and perform the work.

Sounds like 3 point. RUN don't walk away !! Who do they figure they are dealing with 3rd graders ?? We want more we want more and now from their CEO ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48-tcRiBNj4

Typicasl vendor training meeting at these new companies ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0FL1AzCAJ8
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Sounds like 3 point. RUN don't walk away !! Who do they figure they are dealing with 3rd graders ?? We want more we want more and now from their CEO ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48-tcRiBNj4

Typicasl vendor training meeting at these new companies ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0FL1AzCAJ8


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