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PacPres / Pacific Preservation - BEWARE!

We did about 6 weeks of work for PacPres and then (because, like everyone else, we've been screwed over by these companies) asked them to confirm that the invoices we'd already submitted were going to be paid.

The person managing the work we received was rude and openly threatening. Told us that if we did not accept more work, we wouldn't be paid for the work we'd already done!

No one, and I mean NO ONE in that company would confirm that the total we had in outstanding invoices matched what they had.

20 emails and 10 days later, we finally got a list of the invoices that they're going to pay first (they still will not confirm the other invoices). They authorized payment on about half of what we'd submitted. Reasons for nonpayment or partial payment included "submitted duplicate photos" "did not label and sort photos" "did not submit proper form." They also cut pricing and tried to tell us that we didn't invoice for the amount that was on the work order.

All of that was untrue and we have proof. When we work for new clients, we take screenshots of what we submit and print the work orders so that we have proof of the work we've submitted and the amounts on the work orders.

So we've been ripped off yet again. Hoping this thread will keep others from doing the same with this company.
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You haven't been ripped off KateM until you give up on your $.
Contacting the lender/client, notification of intent to lien, well written letters, maybe a visit to their lobby/apartment/rv. If they don't have the reasons for cutting invoices in your contract and can confirm you were liable, then it is bogus.
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Contact cleanupman with all info, he will put them on the black list. If I remember correctly they work for altisourse, so contact them with your proof. Good luck! Actually I recieved an email from them recently, let me find it.....
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It was nothing, uploading support....
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Contact cleanupman with all info, he will put them on the black list. If I remember correctly they work for altisourse, so contact them with your proof. Good luck! Actually I recieved an email from them recently, let me find it.....
They work for many nats. Mcs, Corelogic. FAS. Lps.
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We did about 6 weeks of work for PacPres and then (because, like everyone else, we've been screwed over by these companies) asked them to confirm that the invoices we'd already submitted were going to be paid.

The person managing the work we received was rude and openly threatening. Told us that if we did not accept more work, we wouldn't be paid for the work we'd already done!

No one, and I mean NO ONE in that company would confirm that the total we had in outstanding invoices matched what they had.

20 emails and 10 days later, we finally got a list of the invoices that they're going to pay first (they still will not confirm the other invoices). They authorized payment on about half of what we'd submitted. Reasons for nonpayment or partial payment included "submitted duplicate photos" "did not label and sort photos" "did not submit proper form." They also cut pricing and tried to tell us that we didn't invoice for the amount that was on the work order.

All of that was untrue and we have proof. When we work for new clients, we take screenshots of what we submit and print the work orders so that we have proof of the work we've submitted and the amounts on the work orders.

So we've been ripped off yet again. Hoping this thread will keep others from doing the same with this company.
Go to D Paul Williams on Foreclosurepedia.org and file a complaint on the iStar complaint tracker.
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First post. Been watching for some time.

We did a job for them in 2009 when we were newbies. They screwed us on every aspect of the initial services job, which we did perfectly, trying to prove ourselves. It happened to be an Alti. Tried to cut our invoice on cyds, doors secured, hazards; everything. After 60 days no pay called them and they gave me the runaround and reasons why they were cutting my invoice (which they had no intention of paying in the first place). Got a few bucks, but lost on the job.

Next time they needed me I told them to forget it and never worked with them again. I am a bit surprised to hear they are still in business.
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First post. Been watching for some time.

We did a job for them in 2009 when we were newbies. They screwed us on every aspect of the initial services job, which we did perfectly, trying to prove ourselves. It happened to be an Alti. Tried to cut our invoice on cyds, doors secured, hazards; everything. After 60 days no pay called them and they gave me the runaround and reasons why they were cutting my invoice (which they had no intention of paying in the first place). Got a few bucks, but lost on the job.

Next time they needed me I told them to forget it and never worked with them again. I am a bit surprised to hear they are still in business.



Thats how subbers stay in business. By screwing folks.

My last job with them they messed up and sent me their paperwork.
They were making more on the job than what I was making.
Paid me $900 and invoices the client $2200. Pushing paper across a desk must be really hard work.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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Thats how subbers stay in business. By screwing folks.

My last job with them they messed up and sent me their paperwork.
They were making more on the job than what I was making.
Paid me $900 and invoices the client $2200. Pushing paper across a desk must be really hard work.

Was that your shed teardown??????????
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Was that your shed teardown??????????


No that was thru Mid A. I actually got paid real good for that.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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