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#21 appliancewhiz83

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Posted 23 January 2015 - 12:02 AM

The insurance is a 1million general liability, and 600k commercial auto. good company two of my friends are running for them. My friends cant seem to get time off, at the moment, so thats a good thing, plus home shield has been doing them right for the last 5 years.

I'm getting ready to sign up with these guys myself. How do you get paid?  I believe they told me I collect the initial service charge up front from the customers and then let them know what parts i need and they will provide them. No additional money is paid for extra trips but I was told if I already have the needed part, I could let them know what part I replaced and they would drop ship another one to replenish my stock. So basically looks like I'll only be getting the call money but I will be able to collect at time of initial visit (unless I misheard the rep on the phone). I have to call them tomorrow to clarify, but just curious if any one else does it this way with them or any other home warranty company?



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#22 appliancewhiz83

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Posted 10 February 2015 - 11:36 PM

I'm getting ready to sign up with these guys myself. How do you get paid?  I believe they told me I collect the initial service charge up front from the customers and then let them know what parts i need and they will provide them. No additional money is paid for extra trips but I was told if I already have the needed part, I could let them know what part I replaced and they would drop ship another one to replenish my stock. So basically looks like I'll only be getting the call money but I will be able to collect at time of initial visit (unless I misheard the rep on the phone). I have to call them tomorrow to clarify, but just curious if any one else does it this way with them or any other home warranty company?

Any one have any recent experiences with this company??



#23 appliancewhiz83

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Posted 22 April 2015 - 08:29 PM

I'm getting ready to sign up with these guys myself. How do you get paid?  I believe they told me I collect the initial service charge up front from the customers and then let them know what parts i need and they will provide them. No additional money is paid for extra trips but I was told if I already have the needed part, I could let them know what part I replaced and they would drop ship another one to replenish my stock. So basically looks like I'll only be getting the call money but I will be able to collect at time of initial visit (unless I misheard the rep on the phone). I have to call them tomorrow to clarify, but just curious if any one else does it this way with them or any other home warranty company?

Started getting work from these guys and they are great. I get steady work and steady pay. The calls are a little further away than I'm used to but the work is steady and it pays. Highly recommended by me. Just try to get the calls done in one trip as often as possible. They reimburse for parts used or set you up an account to order them and they pay for the parts to get overnighted directly to you. So far so good.



#24 northeastappliance

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Posted 17 May 2015 - 04:41 PM

I'm really interested in AHS. I'm a new business as of early this year. Its slowly getting better but I would love more calls. The company I used to work for has one or two customers that would only use us. I remember calling with (what i this is crazy) pricing and they always approved the repair (mostly higher end appliances). then again I was just a tech and the payment was the offices issue.  If I were to sign up with AHS what should I expect for a new business.


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