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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-13-2015, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, I checked the search and couldn't find anything. Has anyone had any dealings with the company Aim your way...?
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Their fees are total crap
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They call quite a bit. We do not take their work. Just had bad experiences in the past.
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Oh, that sucks.....was it recent or a long time ago?
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They have an ongoing history of low, slow, no pays.
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We just took a job from them on Thursday. Only because it was 5 miles from our operation. Otherwise I turn down the majority of their work. They will pay, you might have to remind them to do so.
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Americas Info Mart Total south ends of a north bound horse. I had done work for them then the y stiffed me for 600 Nope no way Replaced a lock on a door that had an OLD style long set back with a modern one with a short set back and put on a cover plate. because I used a cover plate to fill the hole they had a crap fit and denied the whole qc passed work order. They wanted me to glue in the plug from the new hole on a natural finished door . That gave me a glimpse into their mind set
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It's a disaster working for them. They are a mess you get to play the revolving vendor manager game, and the pay is never right.
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I worked for them way back in the day.

Their work load was VERY light but they paid full HUD less 15 or 20 %.
No pay issues, no BS, no issues.

Then with no warning they cut their rates in half.
I told them to get lost.

Sounds like they've continued to go down hill. I'm surprised they are still in operation.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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We just took a job from them on Thursday. Only because it was 5 miles from our operation. Otherwise I turn down the majority of their work. They will pay, you might have to remind them to do so.
Is signing up for aspen grove I think it is....mandatory or optional?
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