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I have had the same conclusion, not to pay for any of these services. I receive all of my assignments from the organizations that do not ask for a fee.
I have paid for Equator, but only because my asset managers use the zip codes on Equator when assigning properties. For example, if I have done business with a company and then let my Equator expire, the next time an asset in my area came up, if my zip code wasn't paid for, I wouldn't get the assignment because they wouldn't know that was an area I work in. I have never gotten any business from Equator that I didn't get myself through personal contact, so if you do it to take a chance to "get picked", I'd say, forget it. It's a waste of money. I have been tempted to pay for RES NET because I have friends who are getting lots of business from it, but after reading Zubaria's reply, I still have reservations. We can be nickled and dimed to death by these organizations!
So Nick, how did you find the organizations that you are refering to?
I just applied to as many BPO & REO organizations as I could find, and the funny thing was that I only received BPO and later REO from organizations that did not ask for a fee; however, I did have to sign up with Resnet and Equator for some of the assignments.
how do u contact them