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SafePact.com to Assist Homeowners Impacted by Recent Tornadoes (Jan. 6, 2016)

DTexas-based SafePact.com is reaching out to assist homeowners who have been hit by the devastation of recent tornadoes by offering them free assistance with managing and paying for repairs. With the assistance of Ameriana Bank, SafePact.com is waiving the fees for homeowners using their service. Doug McCright, CEO of McKinney-based SafePact.com says “Once it became clear how massive the damage was and how large the need was we rolled up our sleeves and asked New Castle, Indiana based Ameriana Bank if they could help us. We are very pleased that they have stepped up to partner with us on this important effort. Although Ameriana is a Midwest based regional bank it says a lot about how people all across the country are working together to make an impact.”” Read More

Safepact.com Lowers Fees To Its Customers (July 25, 2012)

Doug McCright, CEO of SafePact.com says that this increase in customer usage has lowered the overall costs of the business, and he wanted his customers to benefit from the savings.
“I want our customers to know that we always have their best interests in mind,” says McCright. “So as SafePact has continued taking off and gaining more users we wanted to make sure the first thing we did was to help save our customers money.”The overall cost that the customer pays will depend on the cost of the project, but the costs are down across the board and customers can save as much as 40% on their project vs. the old cost structure.”Our customers are smart and savvy homeowners.” McCright says, “They are careful about their money, which is why they are using Safepact.com for their home improvement project in the first place. If we can reward them for making the smart business decision to protect their home improvement project what better way than by helping them save even more?”
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Safepact.com Announces Opening Of Their Companion Site: MyContractorRanOffWithMyMoney.com (July 12, 2012)

In order to offer a place for homeowners to share their stories and to warn others who will soon be doing home renovation projects, Safepact.com has opened their companion website mycontractorranoffwithmymoney.com. The website will offer multiple means of getting the homeowners’s nightmare stories across such as text stories, pictures, and videos.
According to Safepact.com CEO Doug McCright, “Stories of bad contractors and contractor horror stories run rampant across the internet, but they’re always scattered across multiple home improvement forums, or stuck in the comments sections of articles.” He goes on to say that “The idea for this website is to take as many of those scattered stories as we can and put them into one central location so that homeowners can get these stories out and get all their frustrations off their chest.”
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Safepact.com Offers Free Services To Dallas Homeowners Affected By Recent Hailstorm (June 15, 2012)

GULF SHORES, AL Responding to the recent hailstorm in Dallas, TX an Alabama-based company is offering homeowners free assistance with managing and paying for repairs.Doug McCright, CEO of Gulf Shores-based Safepact.com says they are offering their online contractor management and escrow services to local homeowners affected by the storms at no cost for the next 60 days.According to McCright, SafePact.com provides peace of mind to homeowners who have concerns about finding and working with reputable home improvement contractors to do their repairs.
The time period following these types of disasters is critical for homeowners who are desperate to have their lives put back in order, says McCright and they often fall prey to disreputable out-of-town contractors who descend on the area looking to turn a quick buck. Using the SafePact escrow accounts ensures that the contractor receives payment only after the terms of the contract have been met to the satisfaction of the homeowner.
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SafePact Offers Storm-Stricken Homeowners Free Online Services (Mar 14, 2012)

In response to the recent weather-related destruction in parts of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Alabama, an Alabama-based company is offering homeowners free assistance with managing and paying for repairs through local, licensed contractors.
Doug McCright CEO of Gulf Shores-based SafePact.com says they are offering their online contractor management and escrow services to local homeowners affected by the storms at no cost for the next 60 days.
According to McCright, SafePact.com provides “peace of mind” to homeowners who have concerns about finding and working with reputable home improvement contractors.
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SafePact Offers Storm-Stricken Birmingham-Area Homeowners Free Online Services (Feb 2, 2012)

In response to the recent weather-related destruction in the Birmingham area, a new Alabama-based company is offering homeowners free assistance with managing and paying for repairs through local, licensed contractors.
Doug McCright CEO of Gulf Shores-based SafePact.com says they are offering their online contractor management and escrow services to local homeowners affected by the storms at no cost for the next 60 days.
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Gulf Shores To Be Home To Startup Company (November 16, 2011)

SafePact.com, an online start-up company that sets up payment systems for home improvement projects, will headquarter itself in this beach community, the company’s founder announced today. Doug McCright spent the past 10 years working in the construction industry in the Indianapolis area before brainstorming the idea for SafePact last year. The company sets up escrow accounts for construction or home improvement projects and releases the funds when both parties are satisfied that the terms of the contract have been met. The system ensures both the homeowner and contractor that they won’t get a raw deal, McCright said.
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Online Contractor Firm Relocating

SafePact.com, an online start-up company that sets up payment sys- tems for home improvement proj- ects, will move its headquarters to Gulf Shores, the company’s found- er announced today .
Doug McCright spent the past 10 years working in the construction industry in the Indianapolis area before brainstorming the idea for SafePact last year.
The companysets up escrow ac- counts for construction or home improvement projects and releases
the funds when both parties are satisfied that the terms of the con- tract have been met. The system ensures both the homeowner and contractor that they won’t get a raw deal, McCright said. .
The company doesn’t need to be headquartered in any particular place, McCright said, so he visited several tech-heavy areas, such as Austin, Texas, and the Research Triangle in North Carolina.
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