Posting For Good and Bad Brokers

Discussion in 'Freight Broker Forum' started by khenders, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. josh.c

    josh.c Road Train Member

    Feb 22, 2009
    Knoxville, Tn
    Samo, could you provide a reference to what you're quoting here, and maybe explain what you're trying to say?
    jdrentzjr and SheepDog Thank this.
  2. samo

    samo Bobtail Member

    Jul 15, 2010
    trenton nj
    the clayton antitrust act also robinson patman price discrimination act and the hat scott rodino antitrust improverments act THEY ARE ACTS TO KEEP BIGGER COMANYS FORM DESTROYING LITTLE ONES LIKE TRUCKERS GET IT LOOK IT UP IN THE LAWS OF THE US GOVERMENT
  3. aussiejosh

    aussiejosh Road Train Member

    Aug 28, 2009
    Airlie Beach QLd
    Yeah there are lots of laws but someone always finds a way to go around them
  4. samo

    samo Bobtail Member

    Jul 15, 2010
    trenton nj
    yes they do get around the laws and its the ones with power and money and lots of it. and they do not care about any but that
  5. rickybobby

    rickybobby Road Train Member

    Jul 10, 2010
    greensboro, nc
    Has anyone every used or heard of WT Fleet Service? They are a dispatching service out of MI.
  6. lowjo

    lowjo Light Load Member

    Nov 19, 2009
    they suck!! man,i sat at a wal mart dist. over 6 hours and they didnt pay an ounce of detention pay.. be warned.
  7. MCss

    MCss Light Load Member

    Jun 30, 2009
    Beware................"PATTERSON" broker, you suck
  8. Woody13

    Woody13 Light Load Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    You know if the government would quit helping everyone else and ignoring the transportation industry, they might consider putting a little regulation on all these brokers who rape freight the way they do and let the folks that do the real work make a living.
    Take Florida for instance. You can not (at least in my experience) get a decent paying broker load out of that state. The last one that was offered to me and I flat turned down was .66 cpm for 1000 miles. Traditionally with every trip I have made down there my company can not find a load out of that state that has paid me anything better than a rookie company driver after fuel. It's insane. I absolutely refuse to haul anyones freight for free PERIOD..!!!
    What I have found is that if I deadhead 450 miles north, I can get loaded in SC and still make better money on the return trip than if I would have took brokered freight out of Florida. ALL the brokers down there play that rape game with no exceptions that I have found yet.
  9. Eskimo6804

    Eskimo6804 Heavy Load Member

    Jun 13, 2007
    Northeast Alabama
    Which Patterson? Patterson Truck Brokers, or Sam Patterson?

    Sam Patterson is a produce broker that I haul for regularly, and I will say that they don't suck.

    I've also seen "Patterson Truck Brokers" on the boards but have never hauled for them.
  10. Eskimo6804

    Eskimo6804 Heavy Load Member

    Jun 13, 2007
    Northeast Alabama
    You must be pulling a van.

    I am loading right now in Florida for $1750 to Memphis. I just booked a load for Saturday for $1150 to Winston Salem,NC. I obviously don't pull a van though, and you are right in the fact that about 6 months of the year the rates in Florida even for us reefer guys totally suck.
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