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Any Non Payment Issues with Cyprexx???

Starting to her grumbling from long time Cyprexx contractors/Vendors.
They have been doing inspections and are failing properties and placing vendors on "do not use" list...
At this time every vendor that we speak to has monies 90+ days out...

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Yes. A regional I used to sub Cyprexx work from until recently was consistently paying my invoices between 30-35 days. They started to drag out about 2 months ago around the same time I noticed increased chatter here on this topic. Routine lawn & maids over 45+ days, not to mention initials. Regional has never stiffed me on payment (yet) and their response is that they haven't received payment from Cyprexx
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Yes. A regional I used to sub Cyprexx work from until recently was consistently paying my invoices between 30-35 days. They started to drag out about 2 months ago around the same time I noticed increased chatter here on this topic. Routine lawn & maids over 45+ days, not to mention initials. Regional has never stiffed me on payment (yet) and their response is that they haven't received payment from Cyprexx
I not sure how anyone could sub work from cyprexx as there fee`s are low to begin with! I have noticed pay slowing! I have been getting request for photos a month after job in complete! went one yesterday too get photos and couldn`t believe the mess there! I refuse to do $35 lawn cut and property was given to another contractor for lawn and maid services! boy what a mess! could tell house had ever been cleaned,are air freshener were thrown in basement!Lawn is about 3/4 of and acre they are only mowing about 6 passes in back yard letting the rest grow up!
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Myself I am assisting a journalist named David Melendrez in gathering information...
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hey Star,

I was able to make the numbers work for a while thru regional/cyprexx because every job was a bid not flat fee and I am a small operation/low overhead. When the flat fee was rolled out a few months ago plus additional pics and increased scope of work, couldn't make the numbers work anymore. Not even close.
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our maintenance check was 10 days late for the last couple months. We have several invoices in 60-90 days range. Even have some wintz from October last year unpaid. No response to emails or returned calls.
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wow...OCT...that is out of line....
This company has managed to stay under the radar for the past couple years now they are getting blatant about things....

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FYI. They are trying to hire new contractors. I guess the best way to pay late is to start giving work to others. If you aren't getting new work you can't refuse it until you get paid on old invoices.
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FYI. They are trying to hire new contractors. I guess the best way to pay late is to start giving work to others. If you aren't getting new work you can't refuse it until you get paid on old invoices.
I`m there only contractor in my area! There is a knuckle head that's does some of jobs that I can`t get too! then I end up going back and fixing them, because Realtor is bitching about them! I have lost count how many contractors they have hired and in a few months are gone!
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They are constantly hiring new contractors. ANyone with a push mower and a generator in their van can work for cyprexx. Dont laugh, the other day we went by a house that our bid had not been approved and there was a guy working out of his van with a push mower and a generator for the clean. He was too dumb to check and see the power was on. We were nice enough to help him load his generator back up in the front seat of the van. Seems like they want to hire idiots that they can bully into doing anything they want.
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