wanted to know if its worth joining looks like mainly furniture and pallets on there
anyone here use freight alerts
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Judging from the pic in your profile I think you've answered your own question....no
We joined a little while back and got a refund after a month,
very little small van jobs available,
which one actually works Speed?
I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.
I joined last year and there was not a single job that was any use to me. "No problem!", I thought. "I just won't renew my subscription!".
A couple of days before my subscription was due to run out, another years membership was taken from my account.
I didn't realise that it was automatically renewed. So I contacted them (with great difficulty) to try and get my subscription cancelled and get my money back.
I got the subscription but could not get my money back.
My own fault for not realising that I was accepting a Direct Debit agreement. However, still a little underhand in my opinion.
My comment above refers to Freight Alerts.
I phoned then and they said its 3-4 pound a week after the 3 months + 33 to register your van as a courier to get work
There is a tree you've heard of called the Ugly tree, and many branches have been broken on it
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