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Arkanoff Painting, Inc. - Sears

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Has anyone dealt with Arkanoff Painting for removal of Sears signage? Just curious if payment went according to their terms.

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TERMS  This is a removal and has NO Value to anyone
Once the Signs are down, No one cares if you get paid and there is No One to go after .


Removals......Paid in full prior to work or start of work

Especially if you are working for someone else who is waiting to get paid 

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Bryan;

 

Heed Paul's  advice.

 

Why is a painting company handling sign removal?

 

Sears is toast so once the signs are down, you could be twisting in the wind as Paul suggests.

 

Be careful........

 

Peace Out

 

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"Don't be afraid to see what you see" - President Ronald Reagan

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Thanks guys. My thoughts exactly unless they have a positive track record with other sign companies.

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Our policy is to always get paid in advance for removals unless you already have an existing working relationship with them. 

Totally agree with Paul321

 

 

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We has done several jobs for Fred Arckanoff, and have always been paid on time.  Just do a good clean job; remove all the studs and caulk all the holes.  Also take good finished photos.  

 

- Dee Campbell

Delta Sign Company

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