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Anyone have any information or advice on contracts? I have a previous client who is hiding behind a 60 day written notice clause in the contract for nonpayment of services rendered. The reason for not accepting any jobs from them after the first was because after asking for the total price for the invoice on a job I was told that they have a "new contractor" pricing list that was never disclosed to us during the whole application process or when we took the first job for them. After several emails I finally get a response to them stating that we will be paid on the next cycle pending then internally waiving the clause. I am about tired of these half assed regionals and their excuses. We is it we provide the labor, materials and results just to put up with their b.s., picture requirements, 4 to 15 page PCRs just to extend them credit for 30 to 60 days with the hopes that we wont get screwed too bad in the end and hopefully get paid something if anything without too much of a fight within 60 days if lucky?
 

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You should go over to the NPPG and file you information with them. If you have all your documentation the guy there can help...
Here is a link for a database that they set up....
http://foreclosurepedia.org/?s=Istar

I would start there ....just make sure you have all documentation to prove your case...
also we do a video presentation on contracts on the Facebook page...if you'd like let me know and I can submitt your name and you can go in a review all the videos we have posted to date...we are on section 20 of contracts now....
 

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give me a couple weeks and let me see if they hold true to their word. I am at the "check is in the mail" stage of our conflict. They are suppose to be a 30-45 day net but I think if you don't bow to their commands or pricing you get put on the 90 to 120 day list!
 

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you're too kind....
 
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