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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-14-2014, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone heard of them or dealt with them. Their web site is www.vpm3.com.
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Signed on a couple months ago. No real volume here for me and its more of a pita than anything. Here they do "rent to own" and all I have been to are real dumps. I have only gotten jobs to install signs for them as it seems they do not do anything to the property including maintaining curb appeal until possibly after they have someone on the hook to buy it. No pay issues however no volume here for me either. Take the usual dated photos and upload to box.com. All pretty simple. They came recommended to me when I inquired about them and have no complaints to add other than lack of volume.
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They sent over 2 grass cuts for 60 each and all they want done is to cut it. They don't care about bagging, blowing or weed eating and just need to cut just 15 feet of the back yard. So I was just wondering if this was a real gig or a fly by night.
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I've seen work orders like that before for about the same $, but it wasn't thru the company you mentioned. Can't recall now, but it is the client, not the regional, using those guidelines.
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Thanks for the replies. I'll try them out but keep them on a short leash until I find out if they pay.
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While I have not had the opportunity to complete a grass cut for them, that is all they want done. They do not seem to care about curb appeal.
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We have been doing work for these guys for a couple of years. We were looking for another option to the nationals and gave them a try. They are basically a hedge fund buying properties in blocks then reselling them on contract.

They don't have much volume, they try to lowball prices, we basically have to renegotiate every order or refuse it. They do pay and they pay like clockwork but the way they do it is difficult to track.

My advice on these guys is if you have other things going skip them. If you NEED the additional work their work is easy and the pic requirements are minimal. You won't be doing any work besides grass cuts, wints, lock changes, placing their signs.

The guy to ask for down there is Jim Anderson. Super nice guy.

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Thanks craigslist..... Right now I could use the extra work since I just ventured out on my own and getting work form the nationals in my area has seemed to be a bit harder than I had thought.
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I do a few properties for them! Mainly install signs, winterizing, securing, and lawn care. easy to do work for !
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