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Complaint Review: Extreme Trucking
Extreme Trucking101 Cr 185 Alvin, Texas United States of America
Extreme Trucking Jacob Work you 70 hours a week and don't pay. Alvin, Texas
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My husband worked for this guy for 2 weeks. Thats all the guy needed him for. He worked him for 70 hours (held back the first week so he got free labor) and when my husband got paid it was by another driver.He said the boss went to his house which is on the front of the proporty. For 70 hours of work he was paid $250! The guy does'nt even pay taxes! He gets all these big contracts in Houston to repair the roads and clean the debris. But he only pays his drivers $6 a load! 5 guys quit because they could'nt make their bills on what the guy pays. Mean while one of the other drivers went out one night and saw him partying it up drinking and doing...lets just say questionable actions! So if you own a business or are looking for work don't go to Extreme Trucking. The guy Jacob will take you for all you have, not pay you and leave you out to dry when the IRS calls for taxes he don't take out. This guy will land you in jail too. His trucks are pieces of crap. My husband almost got killed on the side of the road where the truck crapped out. DOT almost threw HIM in jail for being a hazzard! Do Not Go To This Guy. He is no good and is a creep.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/21/2010 12:58 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Extreme-Trucking/Alvin-Texas-77511/Extreme-Trucking-Jacob-Work-you-70-hours-a-week-and-dont-pay-Alvin-Texas-664456. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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