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  1. TheCourier

    New to the game

    Trust me, I WILL be winning.
  2. TheCourier

    New to the game

    Correction. 3 jobs now. But you go ahead and keep humping for pennies.
  3. TheCourier

    New to the game

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  4. TheCourier

    New to the game

    All it takes is a little determination. People here had a whole lot to say when I was only asking for advice and expressing my opinion about not running for a big company. I got online and worked the phone until I found what I wanted. I'm not knocking what other ppl do but there's NO way that...
  5. TheCourier

    New to the game

    Well as it turned out, I found a broker that let me bid on a job. Sure it was only one job so far. but he paid out in 2 days. I found a steady daytime Mon-Fri route. but I'm running for him this weekend and I'll keep you naysayers posted.
  6. TheCourier

    New to the game

    That's why I'm looking for someone local.
  7. TheCourier

    New to the game

    Well, to me it seems that the payout from a broker is straight forward. You run the load and get paid. Like hapearce 1 said, these companies want you to jump through a ton of hoops (sign long term contracts, only run for them, lose a ton of money in nonsense deductions, etc.). I'm an...
  8. TheCourier

    New to the game

    I've been doing local courier work for some time now. However, I'd like to get into expediting. I have a 2017 ProMaster and I'm looking for a broker as opposed to leasing on to a company. Where is a good place to look for one? I'm from Philadelphia, Pa.
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