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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-02-2014, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for information on GTJ

Has anyone worked for them in Michigan? I heard they are getting some of the work AMS lost, I would appreciate any information on them.
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I spoke with one of there reps yesterday. needless to say pricing is a joke. Ams was higher if that tells you anything. They want mom and pop shops
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Thanks, I am a mom and pop small guy. I have done AMS for 2 years and when I saw on here about AMS losing work I signed on with Safeguard and I hate it. One of the brokers I work with told me about GTJ and I think that I may prefer lower pay to hours and hours of computer work at night from SG. and I did sign with Cyprexx but have not got work from them.
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wow wow wow you rather work for lower pay

AMS is a joke if you broke down hourly what you were making I guarantee you would of been better off working for Burger King

This is why this industry is going SOUTH
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Can anyone suck more than AMS? I did not know that was possible. With this industry though the bar always seemed to get lowered.
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GTJ has a bunch of in house crews, employees
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AMS had tons of in house employees and two offices in MI and that didn't get them very far.
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Yes,yes they can.

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Can anyone suck more than AMS? I did not know that was possible. With this industry though the bar always seemed to get lowered.
And will. In fact it has been interesting to watch the ads. I have checked out Safeguards new flat rate for PA. It is about 60% of AMS pricing when taken as a whole. They have also divided the work into Initial Services with recurring maids, and have grass cut only contractors. Who is going to cover a decent size territory to just do maids? They are out of their minds. They also seem to be giving the higher volume territories to guys who do not have the resources of to cover them, or are entirely paper entities (order mills) these guys are trying to sub out already pitiful pricing. I've been paying attention, and I'm getting as far away from that mess as possible. AS others have said Fannie is a pain in the Fanny. AMS may have wanted out.
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