Join Date: Oct 2014
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Anyone know or have actual VA guidelines??
I am struggling with VRM, and i have to keep the account at this point, I can't just quit like so many of you have been able to. There have been many times that I feel VRM has not interpreted VA policies correctly. I think this whole flat fee first 40 cubic yards included in the initial services isn't totally being done right.
For an example, let's look at yard cuts. The first one third of an acre is considered to be in scope. Anything over has to be bid. So let's look at property with a house and three outbuildings. The house sits on about one third of an acre, so that is all in scope. The rest of the outbuildings are on the additional land. Now, those buildings are full of crap. VRM's position is that the entire piece of land is in scope as far as trash out. That is not logical. What i it were 40 acres of crap?
They pay $35 per cubic yard for trash out beyond the initial 40 yards. Doing that same math would suggest the initial 40 yards would be worth $1400. Yet the entire service period pays less than that.
It would make sense to me that the in scope debris removal would ONLY include the primary structure on the property. I would like to read the actual VA guidelines so I could present an intelligent dispute to VRM. So, can anyone help me?