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I ##@@$$%%% HATE Thieves

Yeah, I hate thieves.


3 weeks to the day of buying a new saw..... stolen.
Some what suspicious circumstances, but until I have proof I'm keeping that to myself.

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Yep I know the feeling. We were doing a FNMA paint job last week on a 200k house in a nice neighborhood so we left sprayer there. Girl went to do final sales clean and grab sprayer rear door kicked in, sprayer gone. Only cost me 300 used two years ago but still possess a person off. Had someone kick in a door and steal a sprayer at a house I flipped about six years ago. You would think I would have learned.
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Partly why it seems suspicious there was no vandalism along with the theft.

And ONLY the brand new saw stolen while surrounded by other used but still very valuable equipment.

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did you leave the saw at a property?
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We have come on properties with water pumps sitting in basements or beside a pool, ladders and scaffolding, sheet after sheet of new plywood, not a day or two after the company was there, but months, or a season.
WTH?

Somebody has a lot of red ink in their monthly expense ledger...
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did you leave the saw at a property?




Never.



"Stolen" out of the back of my supposedly locked topper on a work truck sitting over night at an employee's house.

Sure it was new, but there was close to $2000 worth (new) other equipment there too.

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You need to be listed as "Additional Insured" on your emps home owner policy.
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My employee asked why I didn't turn it in on insurance.

Well the saw (a small light weight one for branch work) is just under $300 new.
Insurance deduct is $500. Do the math.

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My employee asked why I didn't turn it in on insurance.
Now that...would tick me off.
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Plenty enough of other stuff for that.

I just let it go, can't stress about every thing.

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