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Feb 28, 2022 at 08:42 PM CST
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Anyone go through this Company for loads?
Replied on Tue, Mar 01, 2022 at 09:46 PM CST
Subscribed to this to see what feedback anyone might give you. I seen they have quite a few runs local to me. But I’ve never heard of them.
Replied on Tue, Mar 01, 2022 at 09:46 PM CST
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I called and emailed on a load and never got a response.

Company address takes you to a house, one point of contact, yahoo email (who even uses yahoo), commonly posting loads that are on load lists sent out daily. 7 digit MC and DOT number

I am going to go with, random person sitting in their house double brookeringneverything they can get their hands on before going bankrupt and stealing everyone's money. Could be wrong, but that is the vibe I am getting.

Replied on Wed, Mar 02, 2022 at 01:17 PM CST
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Mister Grover I am Wiley Logistics and I would like to tell you that yes I do work out of my home and the reason is that I am disabled. I am just starting out as a freight broker so I am not perfect by any means at what I do y e t. The loads that I've moved so far have all been picked up and delivered safely and I have paid everybody that needed to be paid on time with no problem. So before you get the slamming people get to know them first before you get the talking and you don't know anything about them. Thank you and you have a great day
Replied on Wed, Mar 02, 2022 at 01:17 PM CST
Good morning good afternoon good evening wherever you are from my name is Shabazz Wylie and I am a freight broker at Wylie Logistics. I'm all here wanting to connect with any and all carriers. I am a independent freight broker out of Winston-Salem North Carolina. I would love to hear from all of my owner operators to see how we can all make a little money together. If you see anything that you may be interested and on my load board please don't hesitate to call. 336-422-3059 everyone have a great day and stay safe out there on the road
Replied on Wed, Mar 02, 2022 at 03:56 PM CST
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Your still posting loads that all ready on load so please explain to me my I should haul for you when the shipper is already posting load

Replied on Wed, Mar 02, 2022 at 09:24 PM CST
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There is so much double brokering going on BULKLOADS site anymore u would think it is run by TQL

Replied on Thu, Mar 03, 2022 at 07:24 AM CST
Quote: "Your still posting loads that all ready on load so please explain to me my I should haul for you when the shipper is already posting load"

Mr. Elmer the reason why you see the same load from a different shipper is that they use me to get some of their extra loads or need help getting a particular load moved. The reason why you should use me is because I am fair and I will fight to get you the truck driver the best possible rate. If you have any more questions please contact me at 336-422-3059. I will explain everything that you may have questions about. Good morning good evening and goodnight to you.
Replied on Thu, Mar 03, 2022 at 08:25 AM CST
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Quote: "There is so much double brokering going on BULKLOADS site anymore u would think it is run by TQL"

Blaming BulkLoads for double brokering On a load board is equally as stupid as blaming Joe Rogan for vaccine hesitancy.
Replied on Thu, Mar 03, 2022 at 09:05 AM CST
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Quote: "There is so much double brokering going on BULKLOADS site anymore u would think it is run by TQL"

Hello Scott,

Double brokering is against our terms of service and leads to termination from the site. We strive to have a marketplace that everyone can use and be successful, which double brokering prevents. If anyone ever comes across a company they suspect of double brokering, we highly recommend their load to be flagged by clicking on "Flag Load". Once a load is flagged, we put that load under review to make sure it is a active load and that it is a legal load. We are also always open to suggestions on ways to help prevent double brokering or to improve the board in general, so feel free to reach out at any time and we will be happy to talk.

You can contact me directly at 417-708-8806 or [email protected].

Thanks,

Cale Maher

Replied on Fri, Mar 04, 2022 at 03:02 PM CST
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Quote: "Your still posting loads that all ready on load so please explain to me my I should haul for you when the shipper is already posting load"

if i had a nickle for every shipper that asked for help moving their loads......welp alotta nickels i would have. its all about the connections to carriers such as yourself.

Replied on Mon, Mar 07, 2022 at 08:17 AM CST
I've worked with Mr. Wiley, he is fair and paid with in a couple of weeks.
Replied on Mon, Mar 07, 2022 at 09:01 PM CST
Quote: "Hello Scott, Double brokering is against our terms of service and leads to termination from the site. We strive to have a marketplace that everyone can use and be successful, which double brokering prevents. If anyone ever comes across a company they suspect of double brokering, we highly recommend their load to be flagged by clicking on "Flag Load". Once a load is flagged, we put that load under review to make sure it is a active load and that it is a legal load. We are also always open to suggestions on ways to help prevent double brokering or to improve the board in general, so feel free to reach out at any time and we will be happy to talk. You can contact me directly at 417-708-8806 or [email protected] Thanks, Cale Maher"

What the people in this thread are talking about isn't double brokering. They have no idea what they're talking about. Unfortunately, that includes the one who is calling himself a broker, so you might want to can him.

Replied on Tue, Mar 08, 2022 at 04:23 PM CST
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Quote: "Mister Grover I am Wiley Logistics and I would like to tell you that yes I do work out of my home and the reason is that I am disabled. I am just starting out as a freight broker so I am not perfect by any means at what I do y e t. The loads that I've moved so far have all been picked up and delivered safely and I have paid everybody that needed to be paid on time with no problem. So before you get the slamming people get to know them first before you get the talking and you don't know anything about them. Thank you and you have a great day"

I've found that if you include your MC and/or USDOT #'s when you post anything you appear more credible and may alleviate doubts about your company...

Replied on Wed, Mar 09, 2022 at 08:31 AM CST
Quote: "I've found that if you include your MC and/or USDOT #'s when you post anything you appear more credible and may alleviate doubts about your company..."

Just so you know, I am not questioning you or your authority at all, am merely saying that by including your credentials, you CAN avoid a lot of the "side talk"...

Replied on Wed, Mar 09, 2022 at 11:03 AM CST

What I find comical is the people generally defining double brokering are the brokers and dispatchers. That's like the bank robber telling us he's not tecnically a bank robber, because we don't really know the correct definition of bank robbery. I'm far from the sharpest tool in the shed but it seems rerasonable to me that if a shipper hires a broker to move a load, and the broker assigns a load to a carrier, there is only one broker in the transaction; pretty simple. However, when the same broker gives the load to another broker who assigns it to the truck, there are now two brokers in the transaction. I'm not quite sure how two brokers is not double the brokers in the transaction. Maybe there is broker math training in broker school that I'm not aware of. It's probably taught right beside mileage calculaton training. Equally simple to me is, if two brokers share one commission, (which seldom happens in my view) that would seem like co-brokering, fair enough. Likewise, if the two brokers each take a full commission, it sure seems like double the brokers in the transaction to me. Before I launched this missle into forum land, I actually ran the term double brokeriing through the Googler, guess what? Every definition I found was written by a broker, imagine that.. I don't really need Google to define it for me. I'm not interested in symantics, two brokers each taking a full commission on the same load may not be illegal, however, as far as I'm concerned, it's a shi..y deal. I'm absolutely not opposed to brokers. I am however, opposed to brokers that get in this game and rather than chase their own customers, try to make a quick buck off of those that do. I know this is gonna get quite a few peoples knickers in a bunch, and someone will try to make the argument that broker "A" has the load, and broker "B" has the truck. I call bulls..t on that argument. In today's techo wiz bang society where everybody has the internet in their pocket, every carrier and broker have access to the same information. With a little work on the load boads, carrier "A" can find all the trucks they need.

I know what I'm about to say is nothing new to most of you reading this. You already are practicing it every day. To the new ones out there:

I believe things are gonna get much more painful before they get better. Unfortunately, many will not make it. I sincerely hope everyone does make it to the other side. In order to do so, you're gonna have to get lean and buckle down. Everyone in this industry does not have the best interest of the carrier or shipper at heart. You must know who doesn't and stay clear. Without shippers and carriers, brokers and dispatchers have no job. We all depend on each other to some degree. Without shippers, carriers have no job. Most carriers, and brokers on Bulkloads are good solid people doing their thing making a living. This is in no way pointed at you. There are however, sharks in the water.. Here's my motto, "all business is not good business". Know who is good business and stick with them. Together, you just might make it. Don't get too financially exposed to any one. If it's not profitable, DON'T TAKE IT. You are not in business to subsidize anyone elses profit.

My new truck is finally here. however, the full fenders were mounted too high, so I can't hook to a trailer and it's going back to the shop. Unfortunately, you're stuck with my posts for a few more days...Sorry

Replied on Wed, Mar 09, 2022 at 11:03 AM CST
Quote: "There is so much double brokering going on BULKLOADS site anymore u would think it is run by TQL"

OUCH!, Now that's funny!!!!!!!

Replied on Wed, Mar 09, 2022 at 11:11 AM CST
Quote: "Blaming BulkLoads for double brokering On a load board is equally as stupid as blaming Joe Rogan for vaccine hesitancy."

It didn't seem like blaming to me, more like an observation. However, A blind person can see the exact same load posted by 10 different brokers every day, hell they are posted one on top of the other. Bulkloads could easily take the position that no DOT number, no load posting, which would help, but that would cut into the bottom line. I get it. Either way, I thought it was pretty funny.