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How far back can they truly go

Reading the stories on the 18,000 charge back.. got me thinking.. How far can shetguard fas and others really go back.. Im guessing there must be a 3 year limit.
Im one of those that kept every Email, photo, document, etc.. I put everything on a 500gig drive and also threw them on google cloud and dropbox.. But then again I know every house i had is all sold..
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Personally, it wouldnt matter to me. Im sure SG contracts are right along with the majority of contracts Ive seen in this industry that simply are not enforceable. If they ever came after me with some BS, the first thing I would do is have the contract deemed null & void, by proving we had a employer-employee relationship and not a lawful Contractor to contractor relationship. In my experience, I have yet to see a P&P contract that couldn't be voided this way.

But to answer your question, it's usually the 'contract' that spells out how far back they can go.
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Speaking of Shetguard, it is surprising they are still in business

if you truly want to understand how much power you have as a contractor, meaning one who contracts, not some dude with a hammer, you need to understand basic contract law, which comes from the bible, was codified under the UCC, and was deliberately never taught to you.
Always conditionally accept an offer. Thats where all the power is in life. They don't spell it out for you, its always, accept or reject. Well thats not how the UCC code works.
There are 4 paths you can choose in contracts:
conditionally accept
go silent (which is the same thing as acceptance. Never go silent. Silent is acquiescance under the Law)

Understanding this has enabled me to win lawsuits and achieve much redemption in many battles in my life.
But alas, I still feel like i am losing the War though.
There are just way too many shysters out there now, that are protected by still mpore organizations of shysters.
Reminds me of a tree i saw collapse once, due to a complete and utter termite infestation. It had been eaten out from the inside
That is America today. A hollowed out tree that is about to implode upon itself any day now.
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I just got one from the sibling from 4 years ago. They claim it's because I didn't bid. I reported but didn't bid. So basically, they dropped the ball when reading my report.
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7 yrs per HUD guidines is the line of BS the Bats like to feed.
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We got one from safeguard from 2006. They said we shorted an after photo of paint removed. 6 gallons. They wanted $45 back unless we provided an after photo. Here's the greatest part, of course the house has been sold and occupied for years. I went to the property, talked with the owner and asked if I could take a photo of there garage where the paint was. I told them why and THEY ACTUALLY SAID YES!!! I sent it in and haven't heard anything since. Not sure if it's because I don't work for them anymore (quit in 2013) or because they didn't actually know what to do when I sent in the after, but either way. Hahahahaha. I didn't have to visit the house but it was literally a block from my house. They would have never got the money from me anyway but I wanted to win. I win!
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