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Time to pack it in....safeguard and Ams stinks!!!!!!!!!!

After 4 years I think it's time to throw in the towel. Ams and safeguard completely left a sour tasted in my mouth. Ams screwed me out 4000 in just the 1ss month. Safeguard stop sending work after lowering to price to 3.00. I still have 5 brothers. I should of started with them instead of Ams. But you got to live and learn.
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I don't know what to do... I am just about about broke.
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In the long run the 5 children will be little better. Or that was my experience.

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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I don't know what to do... I am just about about broke.
Get off the internet and get a job... Less stress, less hours and more money in the long run and you get to help the welfare class weekly rather then yearly
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UNITE and don't give up

There are some remedies, file small claims in the county in which the work was performed. Safeguard's contract stipulates you can't do it but you can, file a lien on the property that you worked on. The fee for doing so is pretty cheap, usually $10 or so. The lending agencies and real estate agents hate seeing those liens. Don't let the jerks whip you. That is what they count on. They stiff dozens or hundreds of us for a few grand apiece and they make millions. It's time to take a stand and anyone that is owed more than a few hundred bucks needs to do this. If we don't they will continue to beat us at OUR GAME!!! They can't get anything if we spread the word. Another suggestion is how about a class action lawsuit? I think it would work!!
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There are some remedies, file small claims in the county in which the work was performed. Safeguard's contract stipulates you can't do it but you can, file a lien on the property that you worked on. The fee for doing so is pretty cheap, usually $10 or so. The lending agencies and real estate agents hate seeing those liens. Don't let the jerks whip you. That is what they count on. They stiff dozens or hundreds of us for a few grand apiece and they make millions. It's time to take a stand and anyone that is owed more than a few hundred bucks needs to do this. If we don't they will continue to beat us at OUR GAME!!! They can't get anything if we spread the word. Another suggestion is how about a class action lawsuit? I think it would work!!



SG is already under so many lawsuits I doubt they fear another one.
Google it.

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In the long run the 5 children will be little better. Or that was my experience.
Every broker I have spoke with in the Omaha metro agrees!

They ALL want AMS out!
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Well aware of the lawsuits against SG. Just saying that they have to recognize the lawsuit and have to dedicate time and money towards the process. sooner or later if enough of us take action, not only will they have to take notice of us but so will the banks and hopefully the media. They are a sham and hopefully getting that information to everyone will change things.
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Every broker I have spoke with in the Omaha metro agrees!

They ALL want AMS out!
And they want screwguard out and AMS back here....
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