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    contracting

    how do i become a contractor with sears.

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    Run Forest run!
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    that bad huh. good looking out. thank you.

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    Not good from what I have read in various discussions on this forum.
    Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people.

    Theodore Roosevelt

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    If you can't sell a lot of overpriced merchandise you won't last long...

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    Why?????

    Their salesman oversell....and you get holding the bag after accepting the "prices" they allow you to charge.

    I remember a sears job a couple of years ago....I was brought in to fix it because the homeowner threw the Sears contractor out....

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    Sears has a manager in each large area who is in charge of installs.

    even though a few Sears locations have their own techs to do installs they still keep a list of contractors for larger jobs.

    in my area, Sears charges a customer about 12k for a new system and i heard they only pay the contractor about $500.

    a Sears install manager once told me that the biggest mistake contractors make is forgetting to list supplies, for Sears to pay for, which Sears will not re-emberse the contractor for

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    Wow I will make sure that I don't get contracted by sears then lol that would be alot of money that I would be out

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