What would you do if an LCO pulled up on your property while you were working? Let me explain my background on this property. I only have one full season on this retirement community. I took it over from a company that wasn't hitting a lick at anything-I had to trim the shrubs immediately when I got the place(Probably 2500+), crepe myrtle's needed trimming, beds weren't edged, scalping everywhere, areas not trimmed around obstacles, trees not de-limbed, etc, etc. The place was a mess and the only thing they'd done all winter was a little blowing. It took a full season to get the place back to shape, including proper chems to get rid of the weeds-I worked a lot of weekends over there trimming shrubs, including Sunday's. The manager has been really happy + the residents at the results and that's good. So, here I am directly across the street a couple of days ago putting out pinestraw and I hear this Isuzu pull up across the street at my property-about 100 ft. away. I automatically think landscaping truck and, sure enough, it's a lawn maintenance truck. It happens to be one of the biggest outfits around. So, this Mexican is just sitting in the truck with it idling and he sits and sits and sits. Meanwhile, I'm steadily unloading my straw, fuming inside, and telling myself to let it go. I keep unloading straw and he just keeps sitting and then the curiosity got the best of me. I walk across the street and the Mexican rolls down the window and I ask him If I can help him. He then tells me that his boss is in another vehicle there to pick up some plants. This didn't make any sense to me. I then asked if they were putting in a bid for maintenance and he said "Maybe"(He didn't know). You know, I hate to be like that but I don't trust commercial customers as far as I can throw them. I trust the manager but not the owner down 2 hrs south of us. He yanked the pinestraw from me last year to have his guys drive 2 hours with some and they did a shitty job installing it. I got a price on landscaping for him last year and he never went with it-did a drawing and spent 2 weeks gathering prices. He had his guys plant 70 knock outs from 2 hours away-People don't give a rats arse about taking food out of your mouth. This guy has proven that he can't be trusted and is a penny pincher and that's literally all he's saving. I've lost jobs in the past w/o any warning-People should at least give you a warning and let you fix it. That's why I'm so paranoid. I figure that if I stumble upon something like this, I can at least feel the customer out and correct it before it's too late. What would you guys have done? I know I was probaaably out of line about approaching the Mexican but what would you have done? This joker was literally on top of me.