- Report: #926222
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Complaint Review: Navajo Express
Navajo ExpressDenver, Colorado United States of America
Navajo Express Fired when on medical leave and belongings riped off when truck was cleaned out. Denver, Colorado
*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Another wronged driver
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In 2009 E-logs came into play with the company, and in August 2009 a run with made which was a home run #1214092 words were taken out of the books so DOT could not see. At that time a name was given to me in the company Paul Harris, On November 22, 2010, I was taken to St. Anthony's Hospital for cellulitis in my leg; my truck was cleaned out and on the road by November 24, 2010. When I returned to get my belongings I found out that my stuff had been stolen and when I talked to the company their response was "it's not their problem"
I had over $4.000.00 dollars' worth that they did not care about. I called the Adam's County Police case # 11cn11003696 and talked with Deputy Dummar. One person started it all Paul Harris, and he let others know not to bring me back by "unknowns". The main thing with Navajo is do not steal "they do it all the time with drivers, and lie to DOT". Their supposed to care for the driver's time off and home time but with Navajo that's out the door, all you are is a number. There is only one person in the company that is any good and that is "Don Digby Sr. ".
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/12/2012 01:45 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Navajo-Express/Denver-Colorado-/Navajo-Express-Fired-when-on-medical-leave-and-belongings-riped-off-when-truck-was-clean-926222. 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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