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I searched the site but couldn't find anything about them. Has anyone heard about them? I just found out last night that my relatives in western ky started working for them on Fri. They pay $8 a cyd for debris removals! Needless to say I hardly slept last night! I'm going to call them this morning and find out what's going on but just wondered if anyone can shed some more light on this company like who they work for ect. ect.
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I searched the site but couldn't find anything about them. Has anyone heard about them? I just found out last night that my relatives in western ky started working for them on Fri. They pay $8 a cyd for debris removals! Needless to say I hardly slept last night! I'm going to call them this morning and find out what's going on but just wondered if anyone can shed some more light on this company like who they work for ect. ect.
You answered your own questions in the Original Post.
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Yea, I guess it's enough to know about em that they only pay $8 a cyd!
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At that price, where in KY can anyone dispose of trash without using a match or a ditch after 10 pm?
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At that price, where in KY can anyone dispose of trash without using a match or a ditch after 10 pm?
most dumps in my area are $50 to $60 a Ton!
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At that price, where in KY can anyone dispose of trash without using a match or a ditch after 10 pm?
Yea that's what I'm wondering. Hopefully I can save them before they get in too deep. I've been thinking, I could pay them twice that much and still have some money in my own pocket!
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most dumps in my area are $50 to $60 a Ton!
I just left the dump. Big trash out 5,240lbs cost $170.00 I took 3 loads the cheapest of the 3 was $140.00. I also had to pay 3 guys for 2 days.

I'm going to make a little because this client pays 50.00 per cyd but for any less than 35 I don't see how it's profitable.
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Doesn't Audubon generally mean "For the Birds"?
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Yea, thankfully I talked with him today and I advised him to not do that job, that he will lose more money doing that than he does sitting on his couch at home. He told me later then that he dropped the company.
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Doesn't Audubon generally mean "For the Birds"?
That's all that comes up when you google it anyway!!!
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