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Anyone know anything about them. I got an email wanting to know if I could do a job. It was bid only. I asked if they paid trip charges. He said no. I said we do not work for free and it was the end of our conversation.

Are they a National. MCS pays trip charges. Are they the only national that pays trip charges for bids?
 

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I'm certain they were paying trip charges when I was completing work for them, maybe they have changed. I parted ways with them when they insisted all my bids be accompanied and priced in accordance with a CE, preferably ExactPRM. I'm more of a "don't tell me how much I have to charge" kind of contractor.
 

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They are a National company, but they don't pay a trip charge for bids.
As long as they do not pay a trip charge for a bid I guess I will never work for them. I do not want a lot for a bid job but I want a little something for my time. Especially since they are most likely going to charge their client for an inspection.
 

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Anyone know anything about them. I got an email wanting to know if I could do a job. It was bid only. I asked if they paid trip charges. He said no. I said we do not work for free and it was the end of our conversation.

Are they a National. MCS pays trip charges. Are they the only national that pays trip charges for bids?
This is a scam company!
 

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I get mileage on Bid if I travel out of state, Their BID system in general is a complete Nightmare, but I have pretty good luck with them for trash outs wints and lawn mows.
 

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I get mileage on Bid if I travel out of state, Their BID system in general is a complete Nightmare, but I have pretty good luck with them for trash outs wints and lawn mows.
Their bid system is a complete NIGHTMARE? Anantajit don't see 50 feet from India. Please lower your bid to 5 feet for a total of $16.50 for tree trimming per ce on a tree that is three stories high.
 
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