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They are losing work to a other national, we did some work today for a client that had just picked up a new account.... Date current SG signs was all over it and it was the same bank on all the new work orders. The client never informed us about the new bank they picked up. Wasn't a lot 25 or so but was all

This is vary suspicious.
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On june 1st LPS got Chase back here in MI,and a few others, and we have been getting alot from them. Non stop work orders, and the work SG did was horrible. Almost every house has mold growth in it, no gas lines capped, outlets exposed, wires, Lots of overgrown trees, shrubs, the list goes on...
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sounds like here.

Our fild rep is buddy buddy with a vendor and in 5-6 months this vendor went from one corner of the metro to the entire metro area.. crappy work dirty stoves,no hazards done.. they do hazards that make money smokes, co2. but they wont do outlets etc.

field rep will tear our house apart saying how dare we leave a dusty outlet cover or a finger print outlet cover.. s/g is all about games. this "big" vendor sucks

im not saying this out of hate.. the brokers fail them on all there bso's etc "which I know is a joke" its only there to make you think you suck" cause I have been at straight 4's for 2 years.

but anyways me and our field rep were in a house that the vendor did.. double, triple smokes in a house. 3-4 co2s on each floor. I pointed this out to the qc person and all I got was, well maybe they were there prior.. yeah right!!!

Our field rep is a old vendor that got fired for doing ****ty work and s/g brought the person back as a field qc person? come on!!!
the Field QC person is setting up s/g to fail, and lose fannie.
you have vendors that suck, do ****ty work but we are the ones that get told we do bad work cause a burnt out bulb was found etc..
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IS that Jobs , Wozniac Or gates ??
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I thought this thread was going to be about profalactives.

Turns out it's worse than any STD ever.

I really don't understand how any one can work for them. If you do how can you get out of bed in the morning?
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On june 1st LPS got Chase back here in MI,and a few others, and we have been getting alot from them. Non stop work orders, and the work SG did was horrible. Almost every house has mold growth in it, no gas lines capped, outlets exposed, wires, Lots of overgrown trees, shrubs, the list goes on...
LPS is just as bad as safeguard these days. I just got another slew of snow removal chargebacks from January. One of them really cracked me up. They charged it back because they said I didn't clear the walk. Except there are pics of me doing it with the ATV, so they replied that since there wasn't a wake on both sides (3' walk 4'atv blade so only one pass) that it didn't count as cleared.
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Rethink what you just posted.

You cleared snow in January, most likely were paid by March.
Services rendered and invoiced.
Client apparently satisfied as payment is issued.
In July you are notified that the work is no longer satisfactory and thus payment is being recalled. How do they get the money back? By subtracting it from a check for other completed invoices.

Can you understand how a judge might look at that?
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Rethink what you just posted.

You cleared snow in January, most likely were paid by March.
Services rendered and invoiced.
Client apparently satisfied as payment is issued.
In July you are notified that the work is no longer satisfactory and thus payment is being recalled. How do they get the money back? By subtracting it from a check for other completed invoices.

Can you understand how a judge might look at that?
I'm sure it's illegal, but honestly is it worth my time to go after a half a dozen $100 snow removals? They know this and as much as it pisses me off I have other things to do and I'm not going to let pride hold up profit. I just stopped doing work for them.
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