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    Very bad company SHIPCO Trucking -Illinois- Owner- Eugene

    Beware of this company they will force you to run illegally keeping up to 3 log books at a time, and never pay you. As well you are lucky if you get home home every 2 to 3 months. Eugene promise's great pay and then he screws you over. Most Comdata checks never clear. As with company checks bounce, and if you get a ticket due to company fault he will not pay it. Do not work for this man he will screw you over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kndtrucking View Post
    Beware of this company they will force you to run illegally keeping up to 3 log books at a time,
    No one "forces" a driver to do anything unless they are in the passenger seat holding a gun on them.

    I believe you meant to say coherced or convinced.

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    Once Com-Data gives you a verification number, it's good as gold, so I don't understand how it couldn't clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allow Me. View Post
    Once Com-Data gives you a verification number, it's good as gold, so I don't understand how it couldn't clear.

    I agree, Every time I have deposited a com-chek in the past with the local bank, they have to clear it first before they even deposit it. Something does not sound right about the OP.

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    I am guessing that the OP meant that the Com-Chek verification number is never valid.