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Hi all,

Has anyone heard of or worked with National Field Services, LLC out of Tampa?. ..we've been receiving recruiting emails from them every week. But, I'm not sure if they are good or not. Thoughts?
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Hi all,

Has anyone heard of or worked with National Field Services, LLC out of Tampa?. ..we've been receiving recruiting emails from them every week. But, I'm not sure if they are good or not. Thoughts?
They are an order mill. You answered your own question ^^^^ SEE HIGHLIGHTED PORTION

If they were a good company to work for why are they recruiting? Why has no one filled the spot?

Common sense will get you ahead in this industry.
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They claim to be a "National" and throw that term around alot. They are not..I did work for them and waited FIVE months to be paid, as they use the "when we get paid you get paid" angle..which is absurd as they most likely are paid within 15-30 days. Bids are split 50/50 less the 25-30 percent tip to the "National" and all other work has the 25-30 percent deduction as well. Any questions on a work order and their cubicle farmer tells you to read it he is too busy to clarify your questions..sorry but your simple grass recut WO instructions are six pages long and contains repetitive or contradicting language..didn't mean to bother you..I will give NFS full marks for A) I hounded them for months over payment, they didn't play the chargeback or work rejected card, and they finally piecemealed my pay a little bit here and a little bit there they paid me. B) Their work manual is awesome covers just about every job in preservation, general instructions how to do it, pictures etc..full color and glossy. That was my experience with them, I am sure they have other contractors who will tell you how great they are, that is the beauty of preservation work, everyone has their own story or experience. So my advice is to form your own opinion, make sure you have deep pockets to withstand the potential lag time in pay (Not just NFS any company)and set about doing work as near 100 percent as possible. What didn't work for me may work for you and vice versa etc etc..Good Luck!!
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I had to begin collection processes on NFS

they did pay me, but it was obvious they have policies and structures in place to intentionally delay and reduce payment, and the higher the dollar amount, the longer it takes.

I can easily envision their policies being used to defraud contractors.

I made it very clear that I would fight for every penny once they crossed the line with me, they payed me, but I'm sure they have a list of victims a mile long.

If you do decide to work for them, keep them on a short leash, and be sure to document and invoice everything through your own systems.
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