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Cyprexx internal changes w/o notice

My company is new to posting to this, but has been reading posts here regularly. We've been doing work for Cyprexx in Florida for about 9 mos. As of late it appears that Cyprexx is in hot water with Fannie Mae as their BSO approval has drastically decreased. So now they are making all of the undocumented changes, replacing specialty bulbs, cut and cap non exposed wires, cut trees over 10 feet, clear wasp nest residue from walls, etc.. we the vendors are getting these ridiculous QAs and/or losing properties for items we never had an issue with before. Also, the pay turnaround upon completion used to be two weeks, now it's taking a lot longer because the photos have to be reviewed by the coordinator, senior coordinator, and manager. Is anyone having this issue with Cyprexx?
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Constantly changing the regs, changing with little notice etc has been a long practice of the industry in order cut invoices for non compliance or just straight up deny payment.
This isn't new to Cyprex. It greatly works in their favor because their bottom line goes up with out doing extra work.

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Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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It's really a shame. I've been with them for more than 6 years. I would often comment to friends on what a great bunch of people to work for. Then about two years ago they cut lawn prices by three dollars. Doesn't sound like much, but for my company it was over $11,000 a year. Stuck with them because of the staff, but it's all different now. Employees are stressed and sound like robots and loading all kinds of extra work on you with no compensation. Really sad. They are going to loose all there good vendors and end up with the crew driving mom's car with a push mower hanging out of the trunk.

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It's really a shame. I've been with them for more than 6 years. I would often comment to friends on what a great bunch of people to work for. Then about two years ago they cut lawn prices by three dollars. Doesn't sound like much, but for my company it was over $11,000 a year. Stuck with them because of the staff, but it's all different now. Employees are stressed and sound like robots and loading all kinds of extra work on you with no compensation. Really sad. They are going to loose all there good vendors and end up with the crew driving mom's car with a push mower hanging out of the trunk.
Exactly why I left them years ago they were at one time great to contract with.
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