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star ive never worked for them lot of companies out there,i see new ones on craigslist almost everyday,do your homework and let google be your friend.
 
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I got contacted by them as well. Haven't really found anything about them.
Anyone has any input on them?
Thank you in advance.
 
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Too new for my taste!

I've been in the property preservation industry since 2009, and I'm always looking to expand. Got an email from Preservation Cure today too, and thought I'd look at the reviews.

I can't find anything, and THAT is a huge sign to me, to stay away. If I had time, I'd research the business license in CA, see who the "owners" are, and research their names. It's very possible they have done this before, or don't even have a real business license. I'd be interested to know, but I would be very careful.
 
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If you can't find any information on a company it probably it boils down to one or a combination of the following:

1) The company uses 20th century marketing techniques

2) The company is shady, dishonest, or an outright scam

3) The company is the bottom rung on the middleman ladder

Statistical analysis compiled from a nation database shows that either #2 or #3 appear in 100% of cases.
 
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I contacted them regarding their pricing twice. Still haven't gotten any response yet. Must be a really painful subject for them, that they even don't want to talk about it. Haha.
Red flag for me.
Hope this helps someone.
Be blessed everyone.
 

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FWIW. I received an email from PC just this morning. This is what I wrote back.

"Good morning. Can you do me a favor, please, and send a price list? I have over 1,000 vendors in my system and I need to make sure it's equitable for all of us. I take a discount from their invoices so, if you do as well, it probably won't work out. I need to make sure they're making what they need."

I don't know if they'll send a price list or not. If they do, I'll see if I can upload it here.

Linda
 

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Preservation cure price list

This is Preservation cures pricing, I hope this helps. They take 25% of these prices! Which is why I declined the work!



Work Order Pricing
Work Order Item Pricing or Bid
Boarding up per window $23-$50 or Bid
Damages and Violations Bid
Debris Removal $18-$50 per cubic yard or bid
Emergency Roof Repairs Bid
Initial Grass Cut $30-$100 or Bid
Initial Janitorial $40-$100 or Bid
Initial Lock Changes $15-$60, $70-$120 Digital Deadbolt
Padlock $12 to $50 or Bid
Personal Debris Per Work Order
Pools Bid
Recurring Grass Cut $32-$70 or Bid
Recurring Maid Service $30-$50 or Bid
Safety Issues Bid
Snow Removal $35-$100 or Bid
Winterization $50-$125 or Bid
 
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Half price, no thanks!

For those in the "preservation" industry, or those considering it, the pricing posted seems to be about half-price of what you should be making, as a business owner, if dealing directly with Freddie or Fannie.

If Preservation Cure can give you a ton of work, meaning more than one per day, and your overhead is low, it might not be a bad gig. But, be cautious!
 

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Legacy if you go broke on one w/o or broke on 10 a day, broke is still broke.


I can sit on my couch and go broke too, just a lot slower than paying them for the privilege of working for them.
 
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Absolutely! I don't have a clue if they actually PAY those prices. So you're right.

Does Preservation Cure ask you to pay to sign-up to be their vendor?

The LAMCO Network does, and it's like $500 to possibly get work orders. If Preservation Cure is asking a fee to sign up, I'd stay away!
 

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Preservation cure price list

No they do not charge a fee to sign up, I have done some digging and it looks like they are getting MCS work.
 

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JDRM said:
it looks like they are getting MCS work.





That situation just went from fuster cluck central to fuster cluck central on steroids!!!
 
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Absolutely! I don't have a clue if they actually PAY those prices. So you're right.

Does Preservation Cure ask you to pay to sign-up to be their vendor?

The LAMCO Network does, and it's like $500 to possibly get work orders. If Preservation Cure is asking a fee to sign up, I'd stay away!

we do work for Lamco without advertising-and when they call us and ask us to advertise I tell I just got off the phone with their accounting dept and if they could expedite the 7500 owed then we could talk.

they stopped calling me.

and we still get work from them.
 
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Not MCS

JDRM said:
No they do not charge a fee to sign up, I have done some digging and it looks like they are getting MCS work.
They do not get work from MCS, these guys are getting work from Citi bank and OCWEN. I just did a trash out and lock change, pay is pretty good compared to others. Hard to get in, guy I spoke to said they were getting massive amounts of applicants, but once I finally got my user name and password I started receiving work.
 
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LegacyMLLC said:
I've been in the property preservation industry since 2009, and I'm always looking to expand. Got an email from Preservation Cure today too, and thought I'd look at the reviews.

I can't find anything, and THAT is a huge sign to me, to stay away. If I had time, I'd research the business license in CA, see who the "owners" are, and research their names. It's very possible they have done this before, or don't even have a real business license. I'd be interested to know, but I would be very careful.
What company can you find information on in the Preservation field, they are such a closed industry. As long as they don't charge its worth a shot to sign up, nothing to loose.
 
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