- Report: #884151
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Complaint Review: Schneider National
Schneider National3101 Packerland Drive Green Bay, Wisconsin United States of America
Schneider National Doesn't train you, expects you to self teach. Emotionally abusive and charges you for it. Don't sign the contract! Green Bay, Wisconsin
*General Comment: I thought they gave up training.
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At one point violently shook the shifter because I have a habit of tapping the shifter to make sure its not in neutral. As I previously drove stick. At one point actually said "If you kill anyone I'm not responsible." He was telling me with way too little time to make a turn to turn. Then allowed me to drive downtown green bay, in the rain, in construction after telling me he's not responsible if I kill someone. I tried to ask him to drive without trying to sound wimpy that I couldn't drive anymore.
He said "no, your going to drive." By the time I got back to the terminal I was frantic in the hotel room. I signed out at the desk. Had a nervous breakdown on the way home, and sometime after dark I stopped crying and finally started to calm down. Now all I have to show for it is $3,000 dollars on my credit report that to this day I still haven't been able to pay. There as a constant reminder and has prevented me from ever thinking of any class of CDL in the future.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/17/2012 11:50 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Schneider-National/Green-Bay-Wisconsin-54313/Schneider-National-Doesnt-train-you-expects-you-to-self-teach-Emotionally-abusive-and-884151. 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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