People that are looking to book a dumpster rental are often given a bit of a rude awakening when they are told that the rental price for the dumpster in question is not going to be the only amount of money that they would need to end up paying once all has been said and is now out of the way. Rather, they would have to pay some kind of a deposit as well, and the truth of the situation is that while you might assume that you are always going to get this deposit back in its entirety regardless of any other factors that might affect your business this is not always going to be the case for a wide variety of reasons.
Many dumpster rental providers are convinced that the only way in which they can earn a decent amount of money is if they were to charge you a high deposit and then make excuses that would deduct certain amounts from said deposit. They know that what they are doing is entirely unethical of course, the problem is that they just don’t care since their only goal in life is to line their own pockets with large amounts of cash.
If a dumpster provider is asking for an enormous security deposit then this is a red flag that should warn you against hiring this service provider. There is no need for high deposits with something like dumpsters, and many good and ethical service providers are often looking to figure out how they can give their products and services without taking a deposit at all. These are the service providers that you should ideally end up going for at the end of the day.