Suspicion – A Survival Tool for House Cleaners @SavvyCleaner

Suspicion Tools for House Cleaners How Suspicion Has Helped Keep You Safe On The Job (Your Answers) I had a hunch that something was up when I got a text from a prospect who wanted me to come clean a house sight unseen, and he was willing to pay my rate “whatever it was”. It made ...
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About Angela Brown // @SavvyCleaner

Angela Brown @SavvyCleaner Founder: The Savvy Cleaner Network WHAT I DO: I train people how to start their own house cleaning businesses, find clients, earn endless referrals and provide spectacular customer service as a cleaning service provider.