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Safelite fraud

In the network agreement with safelite it says we "glass shop" cannot subcontract the job out. so why can the auto body shops? and why can they? I did a job which they subcontracted to me because they have an "agreement" with Sprint (Embarq) for fleet. I did the job and it specifically said on the work order it was a job I was doing for the. sound like politicans talking...

Re: Safelite fraud

More proof, I just can't understand how ANY shops can sign any of these one sided, lop-sided, rediculous, contracts. Anyone singing these bogas contracts are the problem! Take any of the tpa contracts to a good attorney,,, after he reads it he will probably laugh, and say why would anyone want to sign this? You've got to be out of your mind!!!!Things will not change until enough say no more to the bs,, it's really that simple!!!!

Re: Safelite fraud

has anyone every crossed off the part of the agreement that they disagree with and send it back to them. Or has anyone sent your own contract to them?

Re: Safelite fraud

Has anyone ever seen a body shops agreement with a glass shop.. and i think you might be incorrect when they sub it out alot of times the shop is specified by the insurance company...

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