KODO Hub Web GBW How to use???

I am starting my first assignment with this company. How does one use their hub? How does one get the paperwork for the shop using their hub?

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It is definitely different. I think there is a tutorial somewhere and to get the shop guidelines you have to enter the assignment number or select from a list. Just keep clicking on stuff, you'll find it.

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I dunno. I signed up, but.... wait. There is a hub? Is this like the Second to None hub?

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Somehow I finally stumbled onto the route to request paperwork with a little help from them (copy and paste the assignment # rather than the assignment itself???). Only to receive a message that it is not available until 3 days before your assignment. I can only hope the letter of authorization will appear then, too. It is frustrating.
The shops they are offering currently are at half the fee they were a year ago with a different company. They are "white glove" and I would only consider taking them at three times the rate.
@Equine24 wrote:

The shops they are offering currently are at half the fee they were a year ago with a different company. They are "white glove" and I would only consider taking them at three times the rate.

I have and incentive in place. This is their Oil shop I am doing.
I finally got a call for the oil shop audits they've posted at $25. I said I'd need $100 and was offered $50 which I declined, but which might be enough for some (especially those who already have all the equipment). Pastp ayment hassles with this MSC are a factor as well -- I'd do it for less for a different MSC.
The learning curve on how to use their system for their low paying jobs is not worth it to me.
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For 80 miles each way you should had asked for more $200 total each audit. Estimate ~ $80-100 you should get for anything in a 10 miles radius around you when no snowstorm or any other inclement weather.
Ha, they are back?! For $40 -


"To thank you for your continued support, we wanted to give you the first opportunity to select them.
So, we’ve listed the ones closest to you in the table below.
These are likely to be snapped up quickly"


And don't forget this nugget of information:

You need to be neatly and appropriately dressed in “Business Casual” clothes (i.e. long trousers, shirt/proper collared shirt) for the audit.
@lcubed3 wrote:


And don't forget this nugget of information:

You need to be neatly and appropriately dressed in “Business Casual” clothes (i.e. long trousers, shirt/proper collared shirt) for the audit.

You mean you did not get the skype request email?

The following points will be the main focus of the interview:

1. Possession of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) - Bump Cap, Safety Glasses and Non-slip shoes. Please have these handy for the interview so that we can visually confirm that you have these items.
2. You need to be neatly and appropriately dressed in “Business Casual” clothes (i.e. long trousers, shirt/proper collared shirt) for the audits, hence please appear for the interview the same way you would appear for the audits (note that Sportswear, sweatpants and baseball caps are NOT acceptable. You must wear non-slip safety shoes with a slip resistant certified logo on it.
I did get the email, but declined the skype request. I don't envision doing another but if I did, it looks like I could return to the location I visited back in January. Although I don't think I'd be wearing trousers and a shirt that requires dry cleaning.
Be careful with this company. I had read things about them in the past but never had any issues working with them since 2017. Thought because I had the information in writing, I would be okay. Nope, he still denied what was written in regards to how much I was to be paid for several jobs I was assigned. He said I misinterpreted his words which were, "you will be paid ... for each job that you complete by this 4/30/2021. There is no way I would have agreed to do those oil jobs for just $40! They are waaay too long and detailed. And he wanted me to travel more than two hours one way for some of the locations for $40 a job. Just be cautious about what so are told if you work with them. It is really sad.
I was told that he was processing my payment for the February job to be paid by mid March. He said this to get me to agree to do more. It's April 8 and no payment.
@Equine24 wrote:

I was told that he was processing my payment for the February job to be paid by mid March. He said this to get me to agree to do more. It's April 8 and no payment.
They just paid February now.
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