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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-31-2011, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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FAS sending contactors to inspect after work is perform

I have been getting e-mails from FAS stating Contractor B was sent to check on work completed. FAS is paying contactor B by debit first contactor.

The amount I was charge for them to rework cleaning,debris was very excessive (1 job payed $450 was debited $125). Work contractor B did looked staged. I have filled a complaint with FAS, got a responce that do to the large amount of debit it will take 30days to review.

I have already reduced my workflow with them. With this and the new cost plus program do not see must reason to keep doing work for them.

I started in with FAS in 2000, how they have fallen!!!!!
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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-31-2011, 10:56 PM
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Yep that is how the game is played. Now ask for a copy of contractor B's invoice, pics and completion notes.
See how far that will get ya...

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It does seem fas is playing alot more games today. Would ask for copy of contractor B`s invoice if I knew who to ask. In the e-mails with the debits fas only gives you a e-mail address and the responces from them look like mass email responces.

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It does seem fas is playing alot more games today. Would ask for copy of contractor B`s invoice if I knew who to ask. In the e-mails with the debits fas only gives you a e-mail address and the responces from them look like mass email responces.

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I started in with FAS in 2000, how they have fallen!!!!!
How many people from FAS that were there in 2000 remain today?

Answer: The ones that deposit the checks.
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They don't normally send an REO sub to do a QC. It is normally an inspector. Then they send you a follow up list of deficiencies to correct "or else!".
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They don't normally send an REO sub to do a QC. It is normally an inspector. Then they send you a follow up list of deficiencies to correct "or else!".
Sending another contractor is very common with any of these companies...........................
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post #8 of 23 (permalink) Old 01-02-2012, 11:50 AM
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This has happened to me too. I no longer take work in the area where a specific vendor B inspects because they always find (bring with them) debris. It is my understanding they are not paid for this, only the promise of more work to offset the inspections.
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Lost count of the number of cheap inspections we have done following the work the other contractors.

Gotta love the ones who leave "US" $100.00s in hazards and sub par clean outs that we get our full janitorial rate to bill rather then a simple routine cleaning!!!

Nice way to turn a weak "fill work" day into profit for the week
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Lost count of the number of cheap inspections we have done following the work the other contractors.

Gotta love the ones who leave "US" $100.00s in hazards and sub par clean outs that we get our full janitorial rate to bill rather then a simple routine cleaning!!!

Nice way to turn a weak "fill work" day into profit for the week


I have seen also seen sub par clean outs,missed hand rail ect, but I see them due to being asigned the maid services on the property.

I do not believe there was any problems with my property and I`m getting scamed by another vendor.
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