Jameson Logistics Writes Bad Checks

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  1. ProfessionalNoticer

    ProfessionalNoticer Road Train Member

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    Jameson Enterprises Inc DBA Jameson Logistics MC# 213427 New Port Richey Florida writes bad checks and ignores written and verbal agreements. Their loads are for Terrasmart solar farms that usually have very poor access roads that require to be towed in with heavy equipment to make the delivery.
     
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  3. nikmirbre

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    Hopefully you filed on their bond immediately.
     
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  4. PSM379

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    It sucks to hear this did a lot for them back when I started out. Never a issue. All the jobs I went to were clear access. In and out
     
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  5. ProfessionalNoticer

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    Ever deliver to any of Terrasmart's solar farms in the Winter? It's extremely challenging. I had to file a claim to get this rectified. They sent another check that included the fees my bank charged me.
     
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    yes that’s all I did, eastern Long Island though, never dealt with much winter, so I guess I can see it being a challenge. Most I did were old farms being converted.
     
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    The access roads for the ones I've done in Maine and New York during the Winter were never cleared or large enough for the grade so dozers, excavators and other large equipment was used to pull the truck into the site.
     
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    I couldn’t imagine that’s sucks
     
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  9. ProfessionalNoticer

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    Indeed. It was hard on my equipment and it really killed my hours. One was a narrow winding path on a very steep grade. They got hit with a few feet of snow the day before I arrived and didn't clear it wide enough for a trailer. The tractors could make it but the trailer axles were getting caught on snow banks they failed to move in order to widen the path. Brutal.
     
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