You may have seen it, but paid very little attention to it… that hard, speckled terrazzo floor with a dull yellow finish in your parents or grandparents kitchen. Today’s terrazzo restoration changes the entire game. It seems contractors were pouring this stuff like crazy in the ’50’s. The yellowish film came from floor wax build-up because it had to be waxed and scraped and re-waxed to keep it clean and protected. Like marble and other stone surfaces, it’s porous and absorbs stains easily.
The cable industry, like many big buisnesses throughout the world are run by people with no conscience. For them it’s not even about the money anymore but it’s about what they can get away with. Cableguys will be no more in a few years once it’s all wireless, so my guess is it will keep getting worse. I wish there was a better way for us to rise up and retaliate. Great video on utube. Just search cable guy trouble call.
If you are getting charged back, you must be doing something wrong. Stop doing it wrong = keep what you billed for…simple. I have had a many good years with Groupware. I know most chargbacks are absorbed. BHN, along with most MSO’s have nasty tactics to get a return on their invoice. Groupware can only absorb so much to stay in business, as goes with any business. BHN charges 500.00 for a lost ped key, BTW. Seems Groupware only made you pay 75.00. I think Groupware’s only fault was keeping a bad tech…too long!
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He is equipped with a Macintosh computer that has a large monitor, and he uses an expensive Nikon digital camera. He also has a digital scanner and a high-resolution printer that he uses for his work. In his schooling, Robert learned the basics of running a business, such as invoicing clients and keeping track of business expenses, but his father has recommended that he find an accountant or financial planner to help him with his taxes. After he makes a name for himself in his vocational career, he hopes to get hired on at a marketing firm, ad agency or printing business, but being an independent contractor may also be fun, too.