I'm calling from the office for electricians. Can Mina come for 2 jobs tomorrow? The first job is between 10 AM and 1 PM in San Pedro near Terminal Island. The customer wants to change 25 outlets in the entire house. The second job is between 12 and 3 PM in Rancho Palos Verdes. The customer has ceiling lights in the garage that needs a ladder to turn them off and adjust the bulb to turn them on, which means the light and switch are not working.
I need to assign this job to Mina. We can schedule this job for Mina, which you can then discuss with him and get the job.
I have an appointment on Friday, and I need to change it to next week. What do you have available?
We can reschedule it for Monday between 10am and 1pm.
You guys cashed my check on the 28th of last month, and you guys were saying you are going to order the parts and show up by Wednesday. So what's going on right now?
Regarding the job, we have a note here that you were going to cancel, and here I do not see any payments. I don't think that we cashed the check. I can double-check on the accountant if you want. We will call you back once we get more details.
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