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Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Tyler Halbrooks, Mar 3, 2004.

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  1. What should a person's wage/salary average if they sale around $300k a year
    in security systems, fire and home theater installations etc. and that
    person installs and services what he sells. He also designs and lay's out
    the jobs sold. Thanks Tyler Halbrooks
     
  2. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest


    Sounds to me like the guy can start his own business almost anywhere (all he
    needs is to meet the licensing requirements from most States)... Someone
    that designs, sells, installs *and* services the equipment?? They're "worth
    their weight in gold"...

    For a guy that's bringing in these numbers... A good base ($1500 -
    $2000/month), plus a car, plus between 5 to 10% of the sale as a commission.

    On the service side... What's the going rate for a technician in your
    area?? If he's going to install *and* service the equipment, you should be
    paying him the standard hourly rate (over and above his wage/commission as a
    salesman)...
     
  3. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    No wonder you're no longer in business...
    This is the guy you say supervised other techs?? And he did all that in
    "seven hours"?? Yeah... sure... How many hours did your other techs put
    in?? Five??

    You mean he was a Service Manager??
    I'll bet... your "poor designs" probably left much room for improvement...
    I'll bet most of "your techs" were probably laughing at some of them...

    You received your Connecticut L-5 in 1988... You started your online
    business in 1996 and moved to Florida in 1999... Yet you state you
    "employed" (what I'm assuming to be licensed technicians) for how long???
    No matter how I do the math, I don't see "15 years" here anywhere,
    Robbert...

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha! You're funny Bass... $40.00 per hour...
    right... dream on!!
    What happened to "$25 to $40 per hour"?? At $80 they're making $10 per
    hour. At $100, they're makin' $12.50. You're such a liar, Bassy...
    Uh-huh... Probably based on how many Armani suits you "merited" that
    month...
    You shopped that often??
    Yeah... uh-huh... Here's 50 cents an hour extra... It'll help pay for
    Christmas in about six years...

    You only employed fat people??
    Uh-huh... Instead you "cut 'em down" with lies and innuendo... I always
    wondered where it was that you "honed your skills" at that...
    "Have another triple-decker fudge sundae to go with that burger you're
    scarfin'"...
     
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