What are the norms when finding a transporter to haul machinery?
When they quote you a price and you both agree, and then he says that he needs $100 up front, that seems kind of fishy!
I donít want to be scammed out of my money, and not have my load picked up, especially when time is a factor.
I have read that never pay for anything up front.
Who are the so called scammers that frequent the hauling schedule?
I goggled the number 224-531-3002 and it turns out this guy is a scammer! He calls himself Shawn, and says that he hauls 7 days a week, 365 days a year. With all that hauling, it makes you wonder how he finds the time to call so often and quote you prices!
Beware of this Nut!!!!!!!!
I am glad that I did some research on this buy, before sending him any money on a haul that I need done.
Thanks For the replies!
From Denton, Nebraska.