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We work on the lowest level as some of you have.figured out, so as to what goes on in the office and on the phone, and what.type of bids are being made, we have no clue. So is it true that for.every day a work order is late for truassets they deduct 10% off the invoice until its a.free services? That is what we have been told. Lucky we have not had a reduction!!!!
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We work on the lowest level as some of you have.figured out, so as to what goes on in the office and on the phone, and what.type of bids are being made, we have no clue. So is it true that for.every day a work order is late for truassets they deduct 10% off the invoice until its a.free services? That is what we have been told. Lucky we have not had a reduction!!!!
After reading some of your posts I think it is time you looked for a new family. You are being treated worse than contractors that have no connection to a regional. Get away from this so called "family" asap before you are in bankruptcy court.
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After reading some of your posts I think it is time you looked for a new family. You are being treated worse than contractors that have no connection to a regional. Get away from this so called "family" asap before you are in bankruptcy court.
Cover2 if you only knew, we just got off the phone about a follow up to clean up another contractors mess for free, on top of it, asked to go to a county that they took away from us to blow off a pool deck because their blower died....also for free!
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The only reason why they took the county away was because we were swamped with reos and one ended up being late. So the next week, with out us knowing, they hired a new sub contractor. They more than split the work load and gave him all of our bid work that was approved( probably because he would have done it for less) While this was unbeknownst to us, we are traveling to a county an hour away to pick up about $60 bucks worth of work, we arrive to a row of foreclosure that we take care of to only see this raggedy truck with a beat up zt mower cutting our lawns....? wait a sec, who do you work for, and why are you cutting grass that was just cut 4 days ago!?!?!?!? He was hired by our boss, we called with the guy infront of us, and said to give him all of the work and the territory, let him deal with it. So now, literally 2-3 weeks later, they want to fire the guy and give us the county back....and while were there blow of the pool deck that they couldnt get to.
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screw true assets, place is a joke, prices are a joke, this guy is making a load off of the ****ty prices he is giving u, get away now before ur out of business
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I wish it was that easy when they owe us almost $10,000 in unpaid invoices. With it being family, the situation is worse. And thats what ive been trying to find out. where do you go? Does anybody know of good national or regional companies that wont chew you up and spit you out? Or are they all the same? It sounds like the place where you wanna be is with the brokers?
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I am going to say this as nicely as I can so please don't offended.

Get the hell out of the business.The order mills love contractors that will travel all over the place for peanuts or as you said for free.You need to learn to negotiate prices and area better. It is contractors like you that lower the pricing for all of us.

You need to find a business model that works for you, not one that works for the other guy. do the math and you will find out there is no way to survive doing what your doing.
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I wish it was that easy when they owe us almost $10,000 in unpaid invoices. With it being family, the situation is worse. And thats what ive been trying to find out. where do you go? Does anybody know of good national or regional companies that wont chew you up and spit you out? Or are they all the same? It sounds like the place where you wanna be is with the brokers?
Wait a minute this "family" owes you 10k and they are sending you back and forth across alligator alley for free!!!! You don't need our advice you need an attorney and start putting liens on properties that will help sever the ties you have to these idiots. You'll do better cutting 20 lawns for 40 bucks apiece in your town not all over Florida. How the hell do these thieves treat contractors that are not related to them let alone people that are "family". You sure you want to marry into this den of thieves?
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Wait a minute this "family" owes you 10k and they are sending you back and forth across alligator alley for free!!!! You don't need our advice you need an attorney and start putting liens on properties that will help sever the ties you have to these idiots. You'll do better cutting 20 lawns for 40 bucks apiece in your town not all over Florida. How the hell do these thieves treat contractors that are not related to them let alone people that are "family". You sure you want to marry into this den of thieves?
I suppose this is a prime case of adhering to the "it's business, not personal" adage.

If you're dead set on making this work heartland, maybe you could start reading some of the signs on the windows of these places you're going to and contacting them yourself. This family of yours sounds like their tactics would make Leona Helmsley cringe.
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I suppose this is a prime case of adhering to the "it's business, not personal" adage.

If you're dead set on making this work heartland, maybe you could start reading some of the signs on the windows of these places you're going to and contacting them yourself. This family of yours sounds like their tactics would make Leona Helmsley cringe.
That reference is priceless!!,I doubt many here would admit to being old enough to know who that is?... I tip my hat to you!!
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