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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-19-2014, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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National Field Network's New Sales Clean Policy

Just received a new sales clean policy from National Field Network for FNMA sales cleans. It's disturbing. Key highlights include combining debris removal orders and initial sales clean on the debris removal order. Any debris removal, even if part of an initial secure, will require a sales clean. QC inspectors will be dispatched at some unknown date after completion. Net 35 begins to run after QC has approved the work was completed to spec. If any aspect of the clean fails after 2 attempts to correct deficiencies, payment for ALL WORK including debris removal will be denied. WTF! You know this is going to be used to delay and deny payments to vendors.
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We just received the same memo. what the ....... I just don't sit well with waiting for payment on a 200 cy debri removal because of this. Or any debri removal for that matter.
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And yet many will keep on doing their work, watch and see. . .

I suppect that if a company came out with a memo that required at least one worker per crew to wear a dog collar and walk around on all four's while all work was being completed, pics required, some would do that too.

Is anybody here going to tell them NO and walk away? Or will everyone keep enabling them to implement this type of BS?

Iíve already told you more than I know.
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And yet many will keep on doing their work, watch and see. . .

I suppect that if a company came out with a memo that required at least one worker per crew to wear a dog collar and walk around on all four's while all work was being completed, pics required, some would do that too.

Is anybody here going to tell them NO and walk away? Or will everyone keep enabling them to implement this type of BS?
LMAO....... I cant wait to run into another contractor in the field being walked on a dog collar, on all fours.....
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Time to fire another one. Gee let me guess the QC can't get there for 10 days. Ya right then you are waiting forever. But the sad thing is that, yes some will continue.
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We quit NFN a while back. I met a guy at a property last week he said he's doing NFN and can't understand why he isn't getting paid.
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Just received a new sales clean policy from National Field Network for FNMA sales cleans. It's disturbing. Key highlights include combining debris removal orders and initial sales clean on the debris removal order. Any debris removal, even if part of an initial secure, will require a sales clean. QC inspectors will be dispatched at some unknown date after completion. Net 35 begins to run after QC has approved the work was completed to spec. If any aspect of the clean fails after 2 attempts to correct deficiencies, payment for ALL WORK including debris removal will be denied. WTF! You know this is going to be used to delay and deny payments to vendors.
Please tell me you're not going to accept that?????

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I just gotta ask is no one paying attention?...scuttle butt is they owe 7+ million and have no way to pay....this has been un-rebutted for the past 6 months...

just sayin'...

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Has anyone dealt with these guys? incredibly slow and I'm starting to be really concerned...

p.s. new here, first post, but have been reading for the past year. You have saved me a lot of time and hassle!
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National Field Network contacted or I should say emailed me about signing with them. I already knew not to bother. I know doing FNMA REO work a few years back was a money loser, it`s doesn`t look like it has gotten any better.
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