Beware of Out of State Wildlife Control Contractors!

Mark Dotson

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Contractors from outside of your state may be trying to do wildlife control services illegally and without licenses and insurance!

Many of these companies do not have the necessary licenses and insurance to do business in your state. Some companies are half way across the United States and think they know your community!

What does this mean to you?

  1. If you have a warranty, will you have to call that out of state company to resolve it? Most likely.
  2. How responsive will they be? How responsive do you think an out of state company will be? They are not local and could care less about their reputation.
  3. Will they still be in business? Are they a Fly-By-Night company?
  4. How do you find out about their reputation?
  5. Out of state companies usually charge a significantly higher rate due to long travel times to service you. They have to! And you pay the huge service fees to work with them!
  6. Some companies hire contractors to do their work. You could end up working with a totally different company than the one you originally hired to resolve your wildlife problem. So, you will be using two companies and they are going to pass along those fees to you!
  7. Will the out of state company have a quick response time? Doubtful at best.
  8. Can an out of state company provide emergency services? I think you already know the answer to this!
Some of our offices work in adjoining states and we do our level best to ensure we are properly licensed to work in your cities and state. We have a vested interest in your community. We invest locally in our advertising and marketing. We often buy many of our supplies, fuel, meals and other business items there. We want to make a positive contribution to your community and resolve your wildlife problem in the best and most humane manner possible.

You have a choice where you spend your hard earned money and we appreciate the opportunity to serve you and your community.

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Mark Dotson, a 20-year Wildlife Veteran helps people interested in working with wildlife to fulfill their dream. Author of the “King of Cages!" book and ebook. Sign up for a regular e-newsletter about working in the field of Wildlife Management at our website. Need help with a wildlife problem or want to start your own business, visit this site Need supplies to solve your own problem, check out this site


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