Osha???

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  1. monkeyman

    monkeyman Well-Known Member
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    Has anyone come across
    osha-clean.com.
    There not window cleaners, there a middle man. Customers can book through them for a local windy.
    It came up on a Facebook feed this morning. Personally I wouldn't be interested but it might be useful if your just starting up. It all depends on there cut.
     
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    They were advertising on here a couple of weeks back monkeyman, I emailed them a request for further information and how they operate and they have successfully failed to answer three emails so far.
     
  3. I have done one job for Osha.
     
  4. monkeyman

    monkeyman Well-Known Member
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    That says a lot about there business.
     
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    monkeyman Well-Known Member
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    How did that work out. They claim they vet all cleaners. What did info did they require?
     
  6. Clisty1989

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  7. I don't know how much they take. Their pricing wasn't alarming. I can see their being teething issues, as there is with any new idea.
    They wanted ID and insurance before I undertook any work.

    No dramas.
     
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