Anyone sue TQL? Looking for an attorney to sue TQL

Discussion in 'Freight Broker Forum' started by TeamPlatinum, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. TallJoe

    TallJoe Road Train Member

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    These lawyers may end up being worse culprits than TQL in the end. However, I would do the same thing, knowing myself.
     
  2. wrongwaytommy

    wrongwaytommy Light Load Member

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    these guys helped me once,give Bill or Stu a call

    If a broker owes you money for unpaid freight bills? You need to
    contact BB&A immediately. The more speedily you place the debt for
    collections, the more advantageous it is for our collection staff. This
    equals BB&A being able to maximize your recovery, meaning getting you paid
    in a timely manner and getting the absolute most money possible. BB&A is
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    Should you need to place a Carriers or any other unsatisfactory brokers
    for collections? BB&A requires the following docs: INVOICE, RATE-CON. &
    BOL from your service, along with our signed CLIENT AGREEMENT.


    Stuart Anderson

    VP, Sales

    Baxter Bailey & Associates



    1630 Goodman Road East | Suite 3 Southaven, MS 38671

    Here are a few things you should know about Baxter Bailey & Associates:
    • Freight collections are all we do.
    • Our service is risk-free. If we can't collect, you owe us nothing.
    • File lawsuits against Shippers and/or Consignees where the broker
    is out of business and has not paid the actual delivering carrier.
     
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  3. Daffs26

    Daffs26 Bobtail Member

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    What ended up happening with this?
     
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  4. afterburn25

    afterburn25 Medium Load Member

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    stay far away few years ago they screwed me on 2 loads owing me 2k I had proof they didnt pay me on 2 loads they wouldn't even answer me. so i made complaints against them. it seems that have as part of their phone system they can add you to a list so when you call they already know who you are and are instructed to answer a certain way. or they can choose not to answer phone. TQL will screw you and gets to stay in business they are so big it doesnt matter. I never got my money out of them.
     
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  5. KB3MMX

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    Should've filed against their bond, not that hard to do.
     
  6. DSK333

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    I recently caught ITS red handed doing the same thing. I filed a claim against Interstar's bond. Internet Truckstop was their surety bond holder. The ITS rep immediately countered claiming I had to wait 30 days late before filing a claim. However, it was clear she never bothered to read any of the files I sent her showing the dates AND I never invoiced Interstar when I sent in the BOL and signed rate con after delivery was completed. I simply forgot to attach it. Didn't matter to the ITS girl. She never even looked and I caught her. Then she said the due date was on my invoice and it took precedence over the contracted data or rate con. I was shocked. They're all clearly in bed together. Doesn't surprise me that an insurance company never wants to pay a claim. It seems par for the course that they'll take money for premiums and never have to pay out. It's a great racket.
     
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