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Wellington Enterprise Inc.?

Anyone have any experience with Wellington Enterprise? http://www.wellington-enterprise.com
Got an email from them about working with them, they claim to have 37 clients (in the email). Nothing showed up in the searches. Anyone have any information or opinions on these guys? Thanks!
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cant say ive heard of them but new ones coming up everyday like clockwork some are only contractors hoping for a contract then no work lot of that around
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For most of these places, a "client" means some dude that asked if they could cut his grass when he finished cutting the neighbor's lawn. Don't be fooled that a "client" is some rich bank with 500 homes waiting for you on their list.
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I would definitely avoid them just based off of the service agreement they sent me. I really hope everyone reads those before signing. A lot of massive red flags can be hidden in those things.
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Wellington wanted to bring me on in Central Florida. A few red flags for me were A)They wanted to send me work orders before they had looked at or returned all the signed agreements B) They did not have a pricelist C) The big red flag was "you get paid when we get paid"..that means good luck getting paid D) They called me at 9 pm wanting me to roll out for them the next day..who does that? especially with a new contractor. The positive was the recruiter was quite polite and energetic and when I voiced my concerns of A through D she did not just laugh it off like I was the crazy one, usually when you decline their offer to work for free and spend months begging for your money they attack you like you are crazy to turn down being a indentured servant. My advice would be to decline unless you get payment terms in a written agreement. Also I have been reading the posts here for a few years and enjoy many of the threads as well as find them informative and thought I would chime in with my first one.
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Thanks for chiming in. Yeah the no price sheet threw me too. Even the companies I new were going to be bad had a price sheet. And yes, the you get paid when we get paid is a joke. That means 60+ days to get paid. If you do. I did one job for a company out of California that did that. Well originally they told us they were a "national" with a lot of large accounts. What they meant was, they were a regional company with national coverage. I didn't want to sign up with them, but the first WO they sent was $450 just to wipe down a bunch of cabinets with bleach. 30 minute job including the drive, couldn't pass that up. But then every bid I turned in was declined, first check took almost 4 months to show up.
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Wellington Enterprise

Greetings Contractors:

I just wanted to jump in here to say that we are a real company. I am the CEO and you do not find any trash on the internet because we pay our vendors and pay quickly. Non of my vendors wait more than 30 days for payment, period. We pay out within 72 hours after we receive payment. We currently have 39 clients. Only 2 of those are middle men, the rest are direct with the bank or client. We are nationwide and are in the process of hiring because we just signed contracts with Freddie Mac and Fannie May. So all I ask, is don't speak bad about a company unless you have direct knowledge of the company. I know that there are a lot of bad apples in this industry, but we are not one of them. As far as a price list it really is hard to supply one of those because we work off a percentage of what our clients pay. Each client pays a different rate. If anyone really has a problem with not having one, contact me (contact info listed below) I will put one together for you, however know that if that happens I will be forced to give you the rates off our client that pays the least amount and when you complete work for a higher paying customer so the contractor looses money. But I will be happy to take more than we normally do to supply a flat rate chart to anyone that wants it. Just so you know my company never asks anyone to do work prior to completing the contract and receiving IC01 clearance.


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Nice post. Good some a company come on and be directly involved on a Public Forum.
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I agree. Being involved on these boards helps keep things honest, something you don't always get with one sided stories. Thank you Wellington. Now, what do you say to "4 months for a check to show up"?
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