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Complaint: Truck drivers and those considering a truck-driving career, beware! The website is a recruiting website for the mega truckload carriers. A site where pro-Mega trucking company propaganda is disseminated and cannot be challenged. Although they call it TruckingTruth, itu2019s really the most dishonest trucking forum on the web. They spread disinformation, and if you call them out on something theyu2019ve said that is obvious bullsh**, your post will be deleted. If you call them out again, you will be banned. Why do they lie so much? Well, (TT) is in the business of recruiting new drivers for the Mega trucking companies. Many of these companies have earned a bad reputation within the driver community and their poor reputations makes recruiting new drivers challenging. These companies have to spend millions of dollars every year on recruiting efforts just to keep their trucks moving. is cashing in on this situation. In the words of owner, Brett Aquilla, (but probably unknown to most TT readers), he u201cregularly works with large corporations (trucking companies), offering them job posts, advertising, and recruiting.u201d TT has a job board on the site, and it is probably Aquilau2019s main source of income. He undoubtedly gets paid a commission every time someone applies to a company via TT. Therefore, his site has a vested interest in promoting the Mega carriers. And, thatu2019s why he and his moderators tout all of the Megas as u201cgreat companies to work for.u201d And, anyone that attempts to relate a negative experience theyu2019ve had with one of these companies will find themselves immediately under attack by the moderators and their posts may be edited or deleted. Should this person attempt to defend their position and/or answer the moderatoru2019s unprovoked hostility in kind, they will be banned. So, make no mistake. exists to serve the big truckload carriers by helping them to maintain a steady influx of new recruits to fill the vacant seats that always exist due to nearly 100% turnover rates at these large trucking companies. At, the same time they claim to be u201cmentoringu201d drivers into having the u201cright attitude.u201d Which is to say, encourage them do lots of unpaid work for the company and never complain about it. So, not only does TT exist to bring in new recruits, but brainwash recruits into having the right attitude, that is, to be compliant dullards. Again, the TT agenda is to help Mega truckload carriers fill company driver seats. To this end, the moderators at regularly engage in all sorts of dishonestly. For example, they are always pushing the idea that all of the big truckload carriers are great places to work. Why are they all great places to work? Well, according to Aquila and crew, because u201cthey’re the largest and most successful companies, with the newest equipment, the largest variety of opportunities, the most u201cperks,u201d and the most money behind them.u201d So, a trucking company is a great place to work because itu2019s big? Because the owners/stockholders are making lots of money? Because they have newer trucks? Because they have freight to haul? This is all false, of course. What makes a company a good one to drive for is the bottom line on your weekly paycheck, good insurance, adequate paid time off, and being treated as a valuable and respected member of the teamu2026 and not the lowest peon on the totem pole (which TT tells drivers is a fact they must accept). The Megas have earned a reputation for failing to live up to these standards. The fact is, these Mega carriers have turnover rates near 100% and about 95% of new recruits to these companies will wash out within a year, leaving the industry, most likely with a substantial amount of debt owed for their training, and which they no longer have the means to pay back. These are things that anyone considering a driving career needs to consider. But TT does their level best to sweep the implications of these inconvenient facts under the rug. Oh, and get thisu2026 Aquilla, who now preaches on his website that all of the Megas are great places to work, once said that out of all the different trucking companies he had worked for, he: u201cnever once found a company that doesn’t “accidentally”” forget to pay you sometimes for loads you hauled. I cannot think of a single time I was paid for a load I didn’t haul

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Address: but I was regularly not paid for loads I hauled. I would simply call payroll

Website: it’ll be in your next check””. Hmmm….amazing – the load was in the computer

Phone: give them the load number

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