For decorators The prices are far from realistic pricing, was sent a job request for Hall, lounge, kitchen, bedroom x2 and toilet for £250 which seems to be the usual price for many requests. It had some requests where the tradesman had to supply paint, then there is the cost of the lead, are rated trades doing drugs??? Usual pricing starts at £100 per day plus materials!!!
Tradesman be warned We as a trade as disgraced by rated people company we pay you alot of money for job leads for some jobs it is not possible to contact clients we follow procedure to report leads and request refunds on leads, it is not the tradesman fault for not being able to contact client but we are being penalised because to many request are being made for report and refunds it's not out bloody fault we pay you out money for a lead of the lead turn out to be no good we should expect to get out money back in full but no y
Expensive They take far too much considering it's only a bid
Good leads BUT OVER PRICED There are descent jobs here but they are far too much OVER PRICED. Seen a lead this morning for £23.04+VAT to replace 2x lights in bedrooms. For such a lead, if u were to buy it, how much will u have to charge to customer to make a profit? The fact that customer says their budget is £500 DOESNT MEAN they want to spend £500 on such a job. Pls look at the way u price leads again
Leads still overpriced Today I saw 2 leads for jobs with a budget of £1000 , one was £22 and one was £26 both plus vat? Furthermore the job by description should be charging no more than £500-£600 in each case. Over valued budget equals overpriced lead.
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