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Old 01-02-2017, 11:55 AM   #226
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Yeah or Home Depot Installs for free if you buy carpet from them I hate that. People wait forever to get there low grade overpriced crap in. So what do they think Carpet installers work for free. Come on!! We are just carpet installers but geez.

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Old 01-02-2017, 12:10 PM   #227
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Yeah or Home Depot Installs for free if you buy carpet from them I hate that. People wait forever to get there low grade overpriced crap in. So what do they think Carpet installers work for free. Come on!! We are just carpet installers but geez.

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AZ.... Just honest talk.... I understand it is tough competition (and I feel for you)... but I'm not sure it is a scam.

Yes, a customer does overpay for the padding... but the installers are paid.

Isn't it an issue that there are installers that will work for less (maybe because of volume/steady work.???
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So this is where a lot of those calls come from. Good article, but read some of the comments at the end. It sounds like a lot of us have the same idea - keep them on the phone to annoy them.

One person on facebook made this comment: "i just give them my accountants phone number, and tell them I've authorized my accountant to give them whatever they want, here's the number if you all need it
867-5309, her name is jenny."

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Old 01-05-2017, 05:02 PM   #229
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867-5309, her name is jenny."




I tell them that my name is Robert Ulysses Nutz.

Aka R.U nutz.

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