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Has anyone performed work for this company, Skyline Sign in Conway, Sc, or subcontracted for them?  Any information would be helpful.  We like to check all companies references we subcontract for, either by this forum or by the review list- they aren't listed in the Nationals review list on this site. 

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Teresa

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If you are not sure,  keep it simple.   Ask for a deposit, balance due on your terms.

 Just the same as any customer who orders a sign or work from you.

OR

Ask them for photos of their office, shop and trucks.  Anything that shows they have

something more then a desk and PC

 

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