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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-19-2012, 10:20 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone heard of NCCI?

We got an email asking if we want to do inspections for them, and I figured you guys would know if it is a stay away from company or not...
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Yep sure have. NCCI is the National Council of Compensation Insurance (Work Comp). Contributed to them several times over the years.

Any other NCCI is a fraud and a fake name since nobody would use their trademarked name...at least not for long
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This says National Creditors Connection Inc on their paperwork... I dont want to filll out 50+ pages of paperwork for some bullsh*t company..
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The inspections are normally for businesses that do credit transactions and have access to buyer's personal information. You are there to confirm the biz is legit, etc. Last I heard, they were paying less than $10 (maybe $7) to do these. Probably depends on your locale.
I would say have at it!
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Their pricing sheet says $20-30 per.. hmmm....
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Could be. Friend of a friend was doing them for awhile. The ones that paid $20+ were a lot more photos and a lot of data input. This was a few years ago, so it may have changed. But then, I know of zero companies that have raised inspection prices in the past 10 years.
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I heard of them they call me twice a month i got there vendor packed on my desk.I hesitated because one told me 25-30 then another told me it depends on the guy who manages the area.Like you said i don't want to fill out 50 forms and it be a waste of my time.
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This says National Creditors Connection Inc on their paperwork... I dont want to filll out 50+ pages of paperwork for some bullsh*t company..
All these company will tell you we have tone of workS in your immediate areas - you turn in all your paperwork etc..... next thing you know - Thank you for your interest but we have enough vendor to cover your areas - Why the heck did you call me.........RETARD!
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Their pricing sheet says $20-30 per.. hmmm....
I do believed you need to talk to homeowner blah blah blah..... and after that they WANT you to upload all of paperworks, photos etc... no later than 2 hours after you finish interview with borrower - otherwise it LATE!!!!
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I do believed you need to talk to homeowner blah blah blah..... and after that they WANT you to upload all of paperworks, photos etc... no later than 2 hours after you finish interview with borrower - otherwise it LATE!!!!
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