Flake citations from SeeLevel

I've basically been snowed in since about the first of February. On the 8th, I received an offer for an urgent, last minute, past deadline shop for SeeLevel. Checked road conditions through the state website, which said "normal driving conditions", so accepted it. Printed it out, got in my car (had to dig the car out of snow), and headed south.

I made it 20 miles in an hour, realized I could never reach the town before the shop window closed (it's 60 miles away, usually a comfy one-hour drive; at 20 MPH on ice-covered streets, would take 3 hours to get there -- and 3 hours to get home! ). I pulled over and took a photo of the ice and snow covered street, covered with ice and snow as far as the eye could see, and immediately sent the photo to the scheduler. Texted her I couldn't make it, too hazardous.

My reward for my efforts?

FLAKE CITATIONS!!!

Just OMG. OMG.

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Was this the same Mexican fast food scheduler that the other person had trouble with due to winter weather?
No. I have had problems with the same scheduler as the other shopper, though. I just don't shop for that scheduler any more.
SeeLevel is kinda UN pro, that way. I had a shop rejected and was cited because the client told SeeLevel that my location was closed. Well, the photos and the shop (with business card and brochures, all time stamped!) told a different story. Despite laying it out for SeeLevel, I never got paid and still got cited. Ah, well....
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@salisburync wrote:

SeeLevel is kinda UN pro, that way. I had a shop rejected and was cited because the client told SeeLevel that my location was closed. Well, the photos and the shop (with business card and brochures, all time stamped!) told a different story. Despite laying it out for SeeLevel, I never got paid and still got cited. Ah, well....
salisburync posts--SeeLevel is kinda UN pro, that way. I had a shop rejected and was cited because the client told SeeLevel that my location was closed. Well, the photos and the shop (with business card and brochures, all time stamped!) told a different story. Despite laying it out for SeeLevel, I never got paid and still got cited. Ah, well....

Bob comments--I experienced the same situation with Trendsource; my solution was to terminate our agreement. I have not been a success in business since 1963 by permitting others to mistreat me. That attitude has certainly cost me money, but has allowed me to maintain my self respect.
I am rarely shopping for SeeLevel these days, partly due to threads like this one. My favorite scheduler used to schedule for them but I don't think she still does. There are definitely some schedulers there that I tend to avoid. They have been scheduling for many years and I have a long memory.
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