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"They" called me and said they were in a jam and needed a few Initials done, and to name my price. Wouldnt be easier to charge per cuyd you crotch!! hows the flat rate working for you guys in MI....they just dont get it, the said thing is they been established since 94' the countdown to losing MI has begun any bets until how long I say 4-6 months, well maybe even weeks
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Don't know which company referred to but nobody is losing their contracts till the end of their contract terms.
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Never had an invoice cut for a flat rate job, lol.
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Don't know which company referred to but nobody is losing their contracts till the end of their contract terms.
SG contract went until 2015 in MI so they only lost it 3 years early. Fannie contract is not set in stone. Dont perform lose contract.
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Never had an invoice cut for a flat rate job, lol.
They already cut it 35 cuyd for $290-$440. $10 a cuyd they already bent you over. A 35 cuyd t.o for SG is $852.95 not going to argue a couple yards with them.
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Ok, you got me. How can they cut a flat rate job? The price is for the package deal regardless of debris totals. How did you come up with $24.37 per cyd with those clowns?
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Ok, you got me. How can they cut a flat rate job? The price is for the package deal regardless of debris totals. How did you come up with $24.37 per cyd with those clowns?
Well hell I have been doing there flat rates for free so I can rummage and get scrap.
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Ok, you got me. How can they cut a flat rate job? The price is for the package deal regardless of debris totals. How did you come up with $24.37 per cyd with those clowns?
before discount $32.50 a cuyd 25% discount =$24.37 (REO side pricing)
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Never had an invoice cut for a flat rate job, lol.
I did a flat rate for fas. They said my sales clean wasn't good enough because I didn't have enough pictures of light fixtures and even though I had before, during and after of a tub and sink, they weren't clean enough (stained). Property was over an hour away and I was not going back for light pictures, so they cut my flat rate. That was my second and last job for them.
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Well hell I have been doing there flat rates for free so I can rummage and get scrap.
That seems to be the mentality of 80% of AMS contractors that I have seen in MI. But they are already closing up shop didnt even last 2 months.... kind of like a soap opera when AMS calls crying that there vendor managment needs to up their pricing because they cant get anything done as state cordinators. Throwing each one of themselves under the bus what a bunch of professionals...gets better every day
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