NEW GAME
Posted Mon, Jun 07 2010 09:43 AM CST
MICHAEL FRITZ
Posts: 26
Just wanted to advise everyone of a new game havin played on me by a daily load poster. I've hauled several loads at what I concider a low ball rate just for the simple reason they keep us busy during slow times but every check is short 20 to 30 miles! Last check 300 dol short so be advised ask the milage u will be payed for other wise you'll payed air miles like we were ! Good luck with the new breed of so called cattlemen and their games. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Jun 07 2010 10:02 AM CST
MATT HOPKINS
Posts: 16
I've had that game played with me so Ive started finding shorter routes luckily than what they were paying so I got even, it only worked a few times, they weren't the best roads but it worked. REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Mon, Jun 07 2010 10:31 AM CST
DILLON SNYDER
SNYDER TRUCKING
KIMBALL, NE
308-631-7225

Posts: 7

I only need one guess to figure out who that could be. They go off gps miles, no miles outta town either way and the shortest route, my advise is to jus not haul for them any more! Good luck!

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Posted Tue, Jun 08 2010 04:01 AM CST
WALTER BREWER
Posts: 50
Originally Posted by: MICHAEL FRITZ
Quote: "Just wanted to advise everyone of a new game havin played on me by a daily load poster. I've hauled several loads at what I concider a low ball rate just for the simple reason they keep us busy during slow times but every check is short 20 to 30 miles! Last check 300 dol short so be advised ask the milage u will be payed for other wise you'll payed air miles like we were ! Good luck with the new breed of so called cattlemen and their games."

Who is cheating you on miles? I don't want to call them. Just another way of taking your money.

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Posted Fri, Jun 11 2010 01:51 AM CST
RYAN ARKEMA
Posts: 9

this not a new game by any means. this has been going on for ever. the buyers would want you to drive across the cornfields if you could to save miles cuz its more money in there pocket!! you know darn well that they dont bill the customer the gps miles..

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Posted Sat, Jun 12 2010 05:52 AM CST
MICHAEL FRITZ
Posts: 26
Uh, an odometer! REPLY REPLY WITH QUOTE
Posted Sat, Jun 12 2010 10:43 AM CST
JOE HARMEYER
Posts: 4

How are you fellas figuring mileage then?  Just want to hear different methods.

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Posted Sun, Jun 20 2010 05:01 AM CST
SHAWN EDGERTON
Posts: 10

i usually go by my odometer and then subtract 2 percent due to my speedo but usually comes out rite.but like he said these rnt new games weve had a few try that with us latley.dont let em jew ya stand ur ground or tell em to find a cheap company truck to haul it tthen

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