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So.. long story short.. I left my bucket of winterization tools at a house.. few days go by and i didnt need them.. almost 5 days later a i had a bunch of wints again and couldnt remember what house i left them at. So a month goes by now.. I get a charge back for debris in a house.. turns out our field qc person hit me called another vendor and billed me to pick up the tools.. So im out of tools etc.. channel locks, 5 gallon bucket. air hook up parts for different meters, water caps, plugs, and toilet drainer tool a few shark bites etc..

i understand its my fault for losing it but you think a field qc person would have called the vendor back and said hey did you lose something?
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Personally i would HAMMER the qc jackazz. Yeah it's your fault but lets be an adult here..........
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So.. long story short.. I left my bucket of winterization tools at a house.. few days go by and i didnt need them.. almost 5 days later a i had a bunch of wints again and couldnt remember what house i left them at. So a month goes by now.. I get a charge back for debris in a house.. turns out our field qc person hit me called another vendor and billed me to pick up the tools.. So im out of tools etc.. channel locks, 5 gallon bucket. air hook up parts for different meters, water caps, plugs, and toilet drainer tool a few shark bites etc..



i understand its my fault for losing it but you think a field qc person would have called the vendor back and said hey did you lose something?

This business has no feelings or morals. This ones on you. You can't expect this business with all the hacks and dipshats to be ethical. Sorry bro.
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We have had dehumidifiers stolen for example, by the dozens by inspectors, brokers, fly by night crews, etc. I have also walked onto property where the current/last contractor has left salamanders, sump pumps, trash pumps, air handlers, misc tools, trailers and equipment as well as rehab materials. We don't take those things, but I'd guess most guys that come up on that stuff will.
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We have never taken anything out of a house.But what a****le doesn't check to see who's it was.I have said it many times before there is no trust or loyalty in this business.

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In one week, I left things at two houses.

At one house, where most houses were $600k plus, I left a small duffle bag with my wint tools in it on the door step. It was gone in hours.

At another house, in a bad neighborhood, I left my set of makita drill/driver set on the patio next to the front door. It was there all weekend and I was stupid happy that I found it.

Regarding your story, yes, qc guy was a jerk but you move on.
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And you just got a big bite taken out of you.

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Years ago we had an initial secure several hundred miles away.
Left a brand new 18v Dewalt drill, with the spare battery, tool bag and extra locks in the driveway. Didn't realize it until the neighbor lady called us after we were back in the office. She found our card in the bag. Funny thing was, she had come over as your typical "when is this going to be done?!", and "what is the bank going to do about that?!" lady and we went from polite to get lost in short order. We had a little crow and humble pie for dinner that night.
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