JDRM said:it looks like they are getting MCS work.
LegacyMLLC said: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!
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.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.
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.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.
Yeah I saw the same thing.JDRM said:Here is what raised a flag about them getting mcs work, advertisement on their web page about free shipping from mfs supply for mcs vendors. With their name as user name. http://preservationcure.com/users/editorialdisp.php?mn=710723&fn=vendors