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Are you seeing different scores that what the brokers say They score your properties???

I'm hearing from some of the re-occurring people that they see a different scores when they get invoices for their pay than what the broker is actually giving them...lower.....

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Are you seeing different scores that what the brokers say They score your properties???

I'm hearing from some of the re-occurring people that they see a different scores when they get invoices for their pay than what the broker is actually giving them...lower.....

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yesterday we got a QC for bush trimming and a dirty countertop. I personally did a walk through of this property and it was spotless. I called the broker she said she has it sold and we did a great job. She says she didn't grade anything negative.

I phoned AMS and told them yesterday was our last day.
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We heard about that or experienced it as far back as 2003. The reps will swear that the fate of dogs and all humanity depend on the broker's walk thru. FAS, Cyprexx, Safeguard, most all of them.
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I always disliked that there was not an N/A option for brokers for when they scored (in terms of SGP FNMA REOs). For example if a grass cut couldn't be completed due to weather or HOA maintained. They had to provide a rating and more often than not it ran to the detriment of a vendor's score.
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Inspectors are going to find something, that's what they do.

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yesterday we got a QC for bush trimming and a dirty countertop. I personally did a walk through of this property and it was spotless. I called the broker she said she has it sold and we did a great job. She says she didn't grade anything negative.

I phoned AMS and told them yesterday was our last day.
It seems the higher your scores are the more you get inspected. I just got a QC for no edging. Not only am I the only guy that has ever edged any AMS property in my area as far as I can tell, but the property doesn't have more than 6 feet of cracked up sidewalk, and one side of that is garage. "If you start scoring close to four, there gonna inspect you more." I admit I haven't edged it for a few routines, but it was still cut pretty nice last routine. I used to get upset about QC crap. Now, if I get a QC, I bid something the inspector missed, see how he likes it, and make a few bucks.
Since I started cradle to grave on my AMS properties, I have almost no issues.
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does anyone see a difference in the broker scores and the scores presented when AMS sends you an invoice...

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I quit ams but when I did work for them I always followed up with my brokers and on about a dozen occurrences the broker told me they gave me a perfect score and ams would say I had a lower score like a 3.0 or lower. I knew this was a scam so they wouldn't give me broker immunity. Scum bucket ams!
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I quit ams but when I did work for them I always followed up with my brokers and on about a dozen occurrences the broker told me they gave me a perfect score and ams would say I had a lower score like a 3.0 or lower. I knew this was a scam so they wouldn't give me broker immunity. Scum bucket ams!
This is what we are looking for...documentation???

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All of the two bit investigation you could possibly

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This is what we are looking for...documentation???
muster would never in any way shape or form establish any intent on the part of AMS, or even establish any fact. The very nature of the way they assign or, or at least their stated policy for assigning work loads eliminates that possibility. By establishing a timeline and quality based system for assigning workload, theoretical all contractors would be promoted to their level of incompetence. See: "Peter Principle"
Let me clue you in on something else, you seem to be missing. Real-estate brokers, especially the bottom feeders you will run into in this field are even less trust worthy than AMS. In thirty years of contracting one thing or the other, only two kind of people have ever stuck me. Real-estate brokers/investors, and family.
You may gain some personal satisfaction out of going after these "evil" companies. But, frankly you are chasing your tail.
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muster would never in any way shape or form establish any intent on the part of AMS, or even establish any fact. The very nature of the way they assign or, or at least their stated policy for assigning work loads eliminates that possibility. By establishing a timeline and quality based system for assigning workload, theoretical all contractors would be promoted to their level of incompetence. See: "Peter Principle"
Let me clue you in on something else, you seem to be missing. Real-estate brokers, especially the bottom feeders you will run into in this field are even less trust worthy than AMS. In thirty years of contracting one thing or the other, only two kind of people have ever stuck me. Real-estate brokers/investors, and family.
You may gain some personal satisfaction out of going after these "evil" companies. But, frankly you are chasing your tail.
Again with out documentation it is merely an accusation...nothing more...
You can see broker sign off scores...this is what AMS bases their pay scales on. Since we think outside the box and actually work WITH the brokers we have a very good working relationship with them...
Your experiences are yours and not ours...we think before we do...
We have company policies and if you chose not to honor them we do not accept your work very simple....
Not trying to be rude but what you have stated in an employee mindset...

http://aladayllc.com/2013/09/29/entr...h-do-you-have/

We do not allow some of the issues to happen that many complain about because of our company policies....

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