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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-28-2011, 06:49 AM
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Anyone ever do any work for this company? We have been doing a little bit of work for them but havent had a correct check run yet, anyone else have the same issues?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-28-2011, 07:07 AM
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No invoices submitted, no bids submitted (or they completely ignore contractors bids) and pay contractors what they feel like....

ripe for ripoff wouldn't you think?
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I hear you, the sad thing is some vendors dont track what they owe them, I keep an excel spreadsheet and can tell them what is past their "45 day" turn around. which right now is over $5000
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I hear you, the sad thing is some vendors dont track what they owe them, I keep an excel spreadsheet and can tell them what is past their "45 day" turn around. which right now is over $5000


Hmmm, They found another sucker in Maine! One of my friends USED to cover a lot of that area and got jacked out of near 10K. A friend 3 counties south of me is owed 8K since Feb 2011. I'm owed around $2500, BPWY i think finally recovered most of what was owed him. I'd start filing liens if i was you....................
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Sp I'd stay away from them if I was you.



I managed to get paid but it took a long time. Ask yourself if you want to wait from April 3 until the end of Oct for payment on a 2200 trash out.
I had to contact two of their other clients in order to get paid from them.

There is a lot of bad info around the net on them.
All you have to do is look.
http://www.nachi.org/forum/f21/mid-a...agement-27820/
http://activerain.com/blogsview/2355...photos-s-bpo-s
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Hmmm, They found another sucker in Maine! One of my friends USED to cover a lot of that area and got jacked out of near 10K.




I think it was a lot more than that.
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LOL!! Ran into some of there hack work today. Nice high end home in very nice community secured a few weeks ago. I was sent there by another company to do a 2nd bid on garage door. Supposedly it was "driven through" Get to the house and one side of the door is pried up, 2 pieces of pipe lying on the floor in this area and NO damage from a car but panels buckled at the top. Go to the front door and there's a padlock and hasp on a nice door instead of using the hasp with a deadbolt hole cover to prevent damage to the steel door. Get my A $^& key out to go in so i can access the garage and bid properly and low and behold it is a cheapo master lock, not the correct HUD padlock. Go around to the back door and slip a credit card in and i was in in 5 seconds. No deadbolt on this door, just a knoblock. Go to the front door and it was kicked in.

Now i can count on 1 hand the number of doors i have EVER found kicked in around these parts in the last 4 years and they where NEVER in a totally vacant and clean high end home but rather dumpy houses full of stuff to steal. This house didn't even have a roll of azzwipe to steal! Houses are close together and front door was in plain view of the street. My assumption is the "HACK" put has shoulder into it for access.
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Thanks for the pics I see this all the time with their work. You will like this story my crew and I were at home doing some work when another vendor doing work for them stopped by to install a sump pump . Keep in mind this home hasnt had power for 2 years and never had a sump pump before, so no hole in the floor or anything. All they did was lay the sump pump on the floor cut a screen on a cellar window and ran the hose out of it. I questioned them about it all they said was it easy money for them.
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Thanks for the pics I see this all the time with their work. You will like this story my crew and I were at home doing some work when another vendor doing work for them stopped by to install a sump pump . Keep in mind this home hasnt had power for 2 years and never had a sump pump before, so no hole in the floor or anything. All they did was lay the sump pump on the floor cut a screen on a cellar window and ran the hose out of it. I questioned them about it all they said was it easy money for them.

Half Axxed EH?????
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