This company is so flippin soft in the head! I was a tech that use to use their system to earn a living. I use about three others so they are not going to hurt my income, but get this. I cancelled a job becuase the vendor wanted me to pay for the material to do a workorder I accepted without realizing I needed to pay for the material. I called the vendor about 15 hours ahead of time and told him I would not do the work because FieldNation takes 10% from my reimbursables, so if he wanted me to do the work order he would need to provide material. So he complains to Fieldnation, and what do they do? They susspend me from being able to take bids on jobs….! Ok sounds like I am whinning right…Look they are dummber than a box of rocks because I have like 10 accounts on there system under other names and accounts….LOL So lets think about this for a minute. The only way FieldNation makes money is if techs do the work because they don’t get nothing if the tech makes nothing…ie 10% of 0 is 0…. So by blocking me from making money they blocked themself from making money…Right! So I bring this to the companies management… and here is the responce….got to love it…! No one is perfect Sir you are correct. But we reserve the right not to put up with uncouth language and manner. For your information using the word “handicapped” the way you did is what was enough for me. You will be paid. And I hope someday you realize that the person on the other end of your vile opinon just may be a handicapped person. Good luck to you in your future.
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