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Im looking for people that have quit safeguard.. just wondering what you do now. I would love to talk to you.. if anyone has any info etc that would be great!
threw p.m. and your info will be safe.. as one guy that loves what he does and is burnt out of the games and money loss.
how long have you been gone from s/g I need help getting out.. im sick of it.
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I just didn't sign their one sided contract. They didn't even e-mail, call or make any attemp at contacting me about why I wasn't signed on...I was doing about 40 grasses and 30 open orders at the time. The orders slowed down till it was just grass then they puttered out too. ,... Much happier with the amigos
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i cant

I cant just walk away.. i have over 320 refreshes a month, 14 employees etc.. just tired of there bull **** field qc person letting others get away with bull ****, there field qc person is trying to make them lose fannie but no one at sg will listen lol they hired a qc person that was a vendor that got fired for lieing all the time on orders, false photos etc.. but this same person is in charge of our homes now!
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I work for them for about a month or so, but im a quick learner and dropped them like a bag of hot rock.

The only advise i can give you is like others here have said in the past is pull back on your area slowly. Say things like i had to let someone or those peeps in those areas go because of job performance. Or come accross as asking for help in some areas can they resign work in these zips until i can find someone to cover those areas.

Exdayman your going to have to be creative on this move. I do wish you the best of luck.
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I just didn't sign their one sided contract. They didn't even e-mail, call or make any attemp at contacting me about why I wasn't signed on...I was doing about 40 grasses and 30 open orders at the time. The orders slowed down till it was just grass then they puttered out too. ,... Much happier with the amigos

WOW!!! Safeguard must be worse than I thought if you are happy with the siblings! Damn man what would you do if you ever got a good client?
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Yes, we quit Safeguard. It has been maybe 3 years. We do the same stuff we did before we hooked on with them. We did a lot of mid 6 figure years with them, and when it was time to say goodbye, there were no tears on either side of the couch.
EZDAYMAN, that is about 10K of sales cleans per month at their pricing. I'm not sure how you will maintain mental stability at that volume. Even if they are only banging you on 10% of those refreshes, that is brutal.
I'd prefer to discuss clients publicly rather than PMs. I've never had fear of them and it does more good to hear accounts, both good and bad, regarding nationals.
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My experience with 5 Brothers was better in the beginning and a little more stable for a bit, but both deteriorated and ended in the same manner.
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Yes, we quit Safeguard. It has been maybe 3 years. We do the same stuff we did before we hooked on with them. We did a lot of mid 6 figure years with them, and when it was time to say goodbye, there were no tears on either side of the couch.
EZDAYMAN, that is about 10K of sales cleans per month at their pricing. I'm not sure how you will maintain mental stability at that volume. Even if they are only banging you on 10% of those refreshes, that is brutal.
I'd prefer to discuss clients publicly rather than PMs. I've never had fear of them and it does more good to hear accounts, both good and bad, regarding nationals.
By the time you pay 14 crews to run the orders, get dinged for BS QC, and upload etc. What is your margin at their ridiculous prices?

I am curious what the actual NET is on something like this?
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I just left my cpa today and its the biggest hit i have ever had.. 80-100 hrs a week and let say i made the same if i worked at home depot.. i run a tight ship but the prices are so bad now that i cant make the number work. you guys arell good guys. I loved my job uptill 1 year ago. Now its just bull ****. and yes thats about 10k and im tired of that also gas prices go up, wages go up, but my prices for safeguard have been the same for 6-7 years what job doesnt move prices, or go up with inflation. I installed a dehumidifer and cause they cant read the serial # on the back.. i didnt get paid.. so they think i sould eat 180$ for a unit? sick of there we will look for every detail not to pay you.
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I installed a dehumidifer and cause they cant read the serial # on the back.. i didnt get paid.. so they think i sould eat 180$ for a unit? sick of there we will look for every detail not to pay you.
As a dehumidifier isn't a built appliance nor is an improvement to the property, you can bet I'd be stopping by to pick it back up.......



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