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Safeguard is losing properties left and right

Looks like here in Connecticut and Massachusetts Safeguard is losing properties in a big way.

Helped my husband this weekend with 7 initials/winterizations and all of them had already been done by Safeguard. Have another 18 to be completed throughout the week.

Some were just done at the beginning of the this year and I still can't figure out how the hell these idiots got away with the way they winterized.
Hot water tanks still full of water, nasty toilets, sinks full of dishes and the list goes on. Hell we made $825 cleaning 11 toilets @ $75 a piece.

Only one could be completely winterized as there was no missing or busted plumbing.

Looks like this Winter is going to be busy. Thank god hubby got the utility body on the truck, new compressor, and a 50gal drum of R/V antifreeze.

So thank you Safeguard for hiring idiot contractors and keeping us busy.
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Looks like here in Connecticut and Massachusetts Safeguard is losing properties in a big way.

Helped my husband this weekend with 7 initials/winterizations and all of them had already been done by Safeguard. Have another 18 to be completed throughout the week.

Some were just done at the beginning of the this year and I still can't figure out how the hell these idiots got away with the way they winterized.
Hot water tanks still full of water, nasty toilets, sinks full of dishes and the list goes on. Hell we made $825 cleaning 11 toilets @ $75 a piece.

Only one could be completely winterized as there was no missing or busted plumbing.

Looks like this Winter is going to be busy. Thank god hubby got the utility body on the truck, new compressor, and a 50gal drum of R/V antifreeze.

So thank you Safeguard for hiring idiot contractors and keeping us busy.
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Looks like here in Connecticut and Massachusetts Safeguard is losing properties in a big way.

Helped my husband this weekend with 7 initials/winterizations and all of them had already been done by Safeguard. Have another 18 to be completed throughout the week.

Some were just done at the beginning of the this year and I still can't figure out how the hell these idiots got away with the way they winterized.
Hot water tanks still full of water, nasty toilets, sinks full of dishes and the list goes on. Hell we made $825 cleaning 11 toilets @ $75 a piece.

Only one could be completely winterized as there was no missing or busted plumbing.

Looks like this Winter is going to be busy. Thank god hubby got the utility body on the truck, new compressor, and a 50gal drum of R/V antifreeze.

So thank you Safeguard for hiring idiot contractors and keeping us busy.
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Looks like here in Connecticut and Massachusetts Safeguard is losing properties in a big way.

Helped my husband this weekend with 7 initials/winterizations and all of them had already been done by Safeguard. Have another 18 to be completed throughout the week.

Some were just done at the beginning of the this year and I still can't figure out how the hell these idiots got away with the way they winterized.
Hot water tanks still full of water, nasty toilets, sinks full of dishes and the list goes on. Hell we made $825 cleaning 11 toilets @ $75 a piece.

Only one could be completely winterized as there was no missing or busted plumbing.

Looks like this Winter is going to be busy. Thank god hubby got the utility body on the truck, new compressor, and a 50gal drum of R/V antifreeze.

So thank you Safeguard for hiring idiot contractors and keeping us busy.
Indeed tell us what client you work for.
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My husband works for 5 Brothers and Good Choice Preservation. I know GCP doesn't have a good rap here, but for the last year they have been good to us.

Both have been picking up Safeguard Properties like crazy and GCP has had their LPS properties double in the last month. Not sure what is going on, but we will take it while it lasts.
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Our favorite client has been sendin me BOA jobs through Everhome mortgage. We received 86 orders on Friday alone.
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Our favorite client has been sendin me BOA jobs through Everhome mortgage. We received 86 orders on Friday alone.
You guys getting tons off work must be in judicial foreclosure States as things have dropped off huge here. There are new houses going up everywhere!
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Good guess! LOL

I really like my contacts at LPS, and the people we work with are all pretty easy to get along with. I don't like some of their pricing and company policies, but I am sure the people that work there feel the same at times. We get random and mysterious chargebacks on occasion and that frustrates me the most. This industry is going to always have these same issues and they will only get worse. Everytime some contractor screws them in some new way they come up with a rule to prevent it. All these new rules compiled on top of the old rules create twice the pics, and twice the paperwork resulting in lower profits.

I could go on for days about my frustration with this industry but I will say it's still good to see 200 open orders with multiple clients this morning.
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