We started subbing the mowing for another company that is focusing on treatments and not maintenance any longer. This seems to be pretty common, but what happened wasn't. We get the mowing routes in late April from the contractor. All the lawns should have been cut 10 days prior an are now 6-8" and require more man hours to get right. So we do so and bill the contractor accordingly stating that we have no problem maintaining the grounds, but their company's negligence in forwarding us an address list (after several attempts on our part) has increased the first month's invoice by 30%. Next, the company calls because they forwarded us an incorrect address and "cuss" us out for not mowing the right address. This error was typographical and NOT OUR FAULT! We mow and we get paid, if you send us the wrong address then someone got a free month of service compliments of YOU. Well, 3 months go by and we never receive any payments from the contractor (who is receiving payments form the customers), so we file a mechanic's lein on their CPA"s property (we service that property also). 'We eventually got paid, after they nit-picked every invoice and had us audit our invoices (3) times. They didn't pay late fees or interest (as the law requires), and had the nerve to call us the "bad guys" for filing a lien. What is wrong with people? This company got paid for services we provided and the only excuse they give me is that they had other bills to pay. Hey, I have bills to pay too and I did the work, how the heck am I the "bad guy"? I waited until 70th day after the final invoice to file. Was I unreasonable???