O/O's What are your thoughts? Would you use it? How much would you pay?

Discussion in 'Freight Broker Forum' started by starsonwindow, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. rank

    rank Road Train Member

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    He'll have to get broker authority I reckon.
     
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  3. starsonwindow

    starsonwindow Medium Load Member

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    Yep That is what I will do. Or maybe borrow Ranks!!! :biggrin_25513:
     
  4. rank

    rank Road Train Member

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    You tried but no go LOL. ;)
     
  5. Saddletramp1200

    Saddletramp1200 Road Train Member

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    I don't see a problem. Learn to drive, get the license, & get back with us.
     
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    VisionLogistics Road Train Member

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    You must post a bond in order to get that authority, I think.
     
  7. Lilbit

    Lilbit Road Train Member

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    Yes, there is a bond requirement, and the amount will be going from $10,000 to $75,000 on Oct 1,2013.
     
  8. sjmay

    sjmay Light Load Member

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    Don't need a broker bond to become a 3rd party dispatcher.
     
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  9. Lilbit

    Lilbit Road Train Member

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    To be a 3rd party no, but to get a broker's authority, you sure do. That's what we were discussing in the last few posts.
     
  10. starsonwindow

    starsonwindow Medium Load Member

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    Hmmm Not sure what this means? Maybe the wrong thread? Look at this.
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    The "Trucker?" Classification above means I have held my CDL since before I join TTR. So not sure what this means. Thanks.
     
  11. rank

    rank Road Train Member

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    Yes he does (in a round about sort of way). If he wants to have an account a reputable load board, he'll likely need an MC number to sign up with said load board. In order to get MC # he needs broker authority (or carrier authority).
     
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