Some are saying in other groups BATF is good as gold, and others say or leave it alone. Why? Or why not? I would think it would be with certain clients.
Bingo! we have a winner :vs_smile:Successful BATF requires 4 ingredients.
If either part is missing your screwed.
Part 1) Must have an honest Client
Part 2) Must take good photos
Part 3) Must be good at explaining your bid or what was done.
(Details, Details and more details.)
Part 4) Must be willing to use and good at using a CE
Thats where the honest Nat comes in..BATF is a way to make you do the work and not be paid properly as if it was a real submitted bid. It's a risk that some are willing to take, not me, screwed to many times..you did the work already so they know you will take whatever they dish out..
I even went so far as to take my fabric tape measure, stretch it out with really good photo's proving without a shadow of doubt that it was 150 LF and they still insisted it was 40.https://mortgagehorror.com/2016/02/04/chatter-about-mcs-corelogic-share-team-up/
All but $14k of this was Cut BATF invoices ....it should be called "perception after the fact " since someone else sitting at a desk probably hungover or its there 2nd
day checking the photos
they decide that's not 80 Ln feet of shrubs and cut your invoice to 30 Ln. Feet ..that's my take on BATF
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You are assuming that the person processed the order also looked at the pictures. That isn't always the case. I know it should be but it isn't.I even went so far as to take my fabric tape measure, stretch it out with really good photo's proving without a shadow of doubt that it was 150 LF and they still insisted it was 40.