The Sarlow Group provides photographs of house/properties for various mortgage companies and follow ups on foreclosed and non-foreclosed preservation companies and their units. The contactor simply goes to each house that is assigned, takes photographs then uploads this information on their website. The contractor is inspecting each unit for damage, break-in’s, preservation, check to see if units are secure, broken windows and so forth. This company also provides insurance companies with photography for any weather/fire damage so the home owner is able to make a claim to their insurance companies. The contractor would make an appointment with the homeowner, photograph completed and non completed work and provide this information to Sarlow so they are able to further this information to the insurance companies. I have provided outstanding service for this company but yet they did not want to pay for my completed work. They still own me $222.00 for work that was completed about 1.5 years ago. They simply pocked the money (my pay) and never did report that income to the IRS. These people are highly shady. I have tried several times to speak with the CEO, Nate Lower however he was no where to be found. Probably hiding under his desk and/or running to the bank. Whichever the case, I would like my pay that is long over due plus interest of 1.5 years later. Do not work for these people they are out for themselves! .
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