Working for them was a very bad experience. They would start you out with a two-way radio for communicating your pick up addresses.
Second they would provide you with a map book. At that time you had to purchase a GPS system. Only high end cars had them. If by any chance you didn't here the address correctly the 1st time and asked them to repeat it, they would call you names with the other dispatchers. Like if you were back in grade school. Next they would take advantage of you when you have to purchase the gas for the car that they provide you with and the only gas that they reimburse you for is the only time you pick up a customer and drop them off to their location. For example, if you have to travel 100 kilometers to pick up a customer, you pay for that gas and now this is when they reimburse you when you have your customer in the car and travel only 10 kilometers to their drop off location that is the only thing they pay you for the 10 kilometers of gas travel time. So take 100 minus 10 equals 90 kilometers that you had to pay out of your hourly pay. It didn't happen everyday to that extreme but it did happen a lot. If you didn't have a log book for yourself you would never know this would be happening to you. So at the end of the week when you tally up your pay and gas bills it's like working for 8 dollars an hour or less.
Wager + Paying Gas = Lost of Pay
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