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I did it! After being abused and treated like crap and having $12 fines I told them to remove me. Lost out on some properties I had taken care of during redemption, but I just don't care. Has to be done. They need to step it up.
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I did it! After being abused and treated like crap and having $12 fines I told them to remove me. Lost out on some properties I had taken care of during redemption, but I just don't care. Has to be done. They need to step it up.

It took you long enough. Why do you care about work you lost it its not good work anyway.
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It took you long enough. Why do you care about work you lost it its not good work anyway.

I care b/c I took care of them for six motnhs and will get paid NOTHING, b/c until the initial services are done, it is volunteer work.

They have really upped their game now. For each and every bid submitted you have to provide proof form the city or county or state that the hazardous item isn't allowed. Now, the broker can only upload ONE pdf for each bid. So each time the preservation vendor has to send whatever relevant ordinance and it has to be merged with the bid and then uploaded.

They have now decided that paint is no longer a hazard that we would be paid for. They are also requiring the preservation vendor to provide receipts from the dump or wherever for the out of scope removal or they won't get paid back. Gee, maybe if it wasn't a flat fee and they took debris removal out and let that be bid per yard this would be different. But nope, they want the preservation vendor to do through all the work of sorting out all the different things that are not to go int he dump, put out their money for it, take time to submit proof............all for free.
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I care b/c I took care of them for six motnhs and will get paid NOTHING, b/c until the initial services are done, it is volunteer work.

They have really upped their game now. For each and every bid submitted you have to provide proof form the city or county or state that the hazardous item isn't allowed. Now, the broker can only upload ONE pdf for each bid. So each time the preservation vendor has to send whatever relevant ordinance and it has to be merged with the bid and then uploaded.

They have now decided that paint is no longer a hazard that we would be paid for. They are also requiring the preservation vendor to provide receipts from the dump or wherever for the out of scope removal or they won't get paid back. Gee, maybe if it wasn't a flat fee and they took debris removal out and let that be bid per yard this would be different. But nope, they want the preservation vendor to do through all the work of sorting out all the different things that are not to go int he dump, put out their money for it, take time to submit proof............all for free.

I hear ya man but all I am thinking is ha ha anybody who agrees to those terms is going to get what they deserve.

"If you are gonna be dumb ya gotta be tough."- Roger Allen Wade
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I always try to be a pro on the phone, but have an issue now and then.

When the VRM rep explained their "program" to me a couldn't stop laughing. It was one of those broker referrals.
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you should have said if I am providing all of this proof, then reimburse me my expenses for the dump as well as the flat. I have been considered getting a 40cy dumpster at my office and just fill it every time I have a cleanout unless it's large enough to go to the dump. How would you provide proof with that. They can't expect you to always go to the dump right after a job before going to the next. Where I live there is 1 dump per county and it isn't always centrally located. It could take 30-40 min to get to it.
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I could fill a 40 cu/yd. dumpster with the bulls**t I've heard from many broker referred preservation companies...

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