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Contacted by them to do Pre-foreclosure work... don't know too much about them, any input would be greatly appreciated.
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Contacted by them to do Pre-foreclosure work... don't know too much about them, any input would be greatly appreciated.
Where are you located?

Talk to Jean Cook there great lady. They pay better than most and usually around 30 days. You will be returning to properties a lot until you get a feel for their system. I don't care how good you are that is a fact. I like NFR but my experiences with them have been good. There may be others who disagree.
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I forgot to add be ready to wax poetic in a hemingway like fashion for every property you run. They ask more questions than TSA.
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I love them.
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One of the best to work for, Jean Cook is a great lady.
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For those of you that have worked for NFR, Did they insist on getting your social security number for back ground check? I refused to give them mine because I have no idea how they would treat my personal information..Too easy for identity theft ...I gave them everything else they asked for then told them to forget it because they were so instant on my SS...
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work for them for years and are one on my better companies! Only problem is I don`t get a lot of volume with them!
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Thanks to all...much appreciated.
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and why do they need too be on my insurance for my vehicle?
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and why do they need too be on my insurance for my vehicle?
Tell them you lease the vehicle.
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