The Jeremie Hale Project
Until I have time to design a website to expose deadbeat pilot car brokers, this page is dedicated to Mr. Jeremie Hale of Cortland, New York. If you worked for Mr. Hale, chances are very good that you were not paid what he said he would pay you, or you weren't paid nearly as soon as he said he would pay you, or you were charged fees (factoring fees, wiring fees, etc.) that you were not told about before you worked for him, or you didn't get paid at all. [Incidently, those "fees" he likes to charge people, are not legal! Just because he says "everyone who works for me knows I charge those fees" does NOT make it legal for him to charge them. In fact, he's being investigated right now!]
I started The Jeremie Hale Project to expose deadbeat pilot car brokers. I'm starting with Jeremie Hale. Once the website is up and running, we'll add more deadbeat brokers.
If you have an experience with Jeremie Hale, I'd love to hear about it. Once I've confirmed the facts, I'll add your story to the list.
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Here is my Jeremie Hale story...
Warning, it is lengthy!
Hale Promise #1: A wonderful friend of mine, wanted to repay me for helping get her started in the pilot car business, so she offered me a run that Jeremie Hale had offered her. I contacted Mr. Hale on Saturday, July 12th to get the details for a run from Richmond, VA to Calvert City, KY. Mr. Hale told me he would pay me $1.45/mile and $50 per overnight. He also told me that I would have a check within a week after completion of the job or, if I wanted it immediately after completion of the job, he would wire it to me if I paid the wiring fee. (He mentioned nothing about fees. But, keep in mind that Hale promises are only partial promises; the other shoe doesn't fall until it's convenient for him.) I thought a check would be fine (to save the wiring fee). I agreed to take the loads.
I arrived at the load on Monday morning (July 14th) just east of Richmond, VA and we were underway as planned. When we arrived at the West Virginia state line, we had to stop because driver didn't have West Virginia permits. We ended up waiting the remainder of that day, all day Tuesday and half the day Wednesday. Mr. Hale promised I would get “no go” pay for Tuesday and “wait/down time” pay for the remainder of Monday and half day on Wednesday (13.5 hours total). [Now it seems Mr. Hale's memory has failed him and I have not yet received remuneration for the wait/down time. But...please read on...it gets REALLY interesting!]
Hale Promise #2: On Thursday morning (July 17th) Mr. Hale sent me a text message about a big project for for which he had just signed a contract. He offered me a job shuttling windmill blades from Kansas to Iowa. He said the job would last about 3 months and that he would pay me a day rate of $500 per day for 6 days per week. I asked how often I would get paid; he told me I would get a check every week and that if I wanted it sooner he could wire to to me but I had to pay the wiring fee. I don't like fees, so I agreed to take a check each week. [Mr. Hale's concept of a "week" has NOTHING to do with 7 consecutive days! When he says he will pay you "weekly" he really means "weakly"]
We completed the Calvert City job at about noon on Thursday (July 17th) and I immediately phoned Mr. Hale to give him the details so he could get the check to my home a week later. It was at this point I learned Mr. Hale did not learn to do math the way I learned to do math. You've heard of “new math?” Well, let me introduce you to “Hale math.”
My figures were as follows:
917 miles @ $1.45 = $1329.65
3 overnights @ $50 = $150.00
1 “No Go” Pay = $150.00
13.5 hrs. downtime @ $20/hr = $270.00
Total owed to me = 1899.65
Jeremie's figures are as follows:
917 miles @ $1.45 = $1329.65
3 overnights @ $50 = $150.00
1 “No Go” Pay = $100
13.5 hrs. downtime @ ?? = $?? (he says he'll pay me for it, but won't say how much)
Total owed to me = 1579.65
(The phrase “I'll pay you for the downtime later, I just don't know how much yet” really means “you ain't gettin' nothin' Sucker!”) Keep in mind, though this is his figure, this is NOT what he paid me for that job...read on!
Hale Adjustment #1: When I arrived in Iowa on Friday (July 18th) Mr. Hale told me the day rate of $500 per day was in error; instead it was $450/day (he claims the mileage wasn't as much as they had originally told him). Well, I was already in Iowa, so I figured I'd take it anyway.
Hale Adjustment #2: To hold the job open for me, Mr. Hale told me he had to bring in another escort to cover the loads until I arrived. On Sunday evening (July 20th) I arrived in Sabetha, KS to pick up the first load on Monday morning. He texted me that evening to tell me not to go to Kansas until Wednesday morning; this job would not start until Wednesday (July 23rd). Well, that's a little late! I ended up sitting without pay (or hotel expenses) until Wednesday. But, I took it all in stride because Mr. Hale had promised a lot for this project.
Hale Payday #1: On Tuesday I called Mr. Hale to see if he had sent the check for Calvert City job. He told me his wife, Erica was “writing the check as we speak” and I would have it in two or three days. It was then that I discovered Mr. Hale's calculations were A LOT different from mine. But, with the great opportunity that lay before me, I thought it was an insignificant matter. We went over the details of the Calvert City job and I agreed to a check in the amount of $1579.65 (I took a $50 hit on the No Go pay and agreed to wait for the wait/down time pay to come later). I expected the check to arrive on Thursday or Friday. (See Hale Payday #1 – Part B) to see what happened!)
Side note #1: I met Greg, the other escort on this project. He is employed directly by Lonestar. He told me that he hoped I would last longer than all the previous escorts; 5 escorts had already grown angry with Mr. Hale and had quit. Since then, two more escorts that have come (Dale and Rodney) and have both quit as well. Both said they Mr. Hale wasn't paying them what he had promised them. (HP+HA+HP=MD) [Hale Promise + Hale Adjustment + Hale Payday = Major Disappointment!]
On Wednesday I escorted a load from Sabetha, KS to Fort Dodge, IA. I wrote down $450 for my day rate and returned to Sabetha for a load the next day (Thursday). When I arrived, I learned that there were no more loads until Friday. I checked into a motel and wasted the day away watching TV. At the end of the day I wrote down $450 for my day rate. Friday morning I found the driver and we left Sabetha heading for Fort Dodge. But, when we arrived in Denison, IA, I learned that the load was going to sit in Denison until the following Monday and possibly Thursday. I wrote down $450 for my day rate (remember, he told me it was a day rate of $450). Saturday = $450. On Sunday Mr. Hale called to get the details for the week's work. BIG surprise!
Hale Adjustment #3: It was at this juncture (on Sunday evening) that Mr. Hale informed me that I would not be getting a day rate on days I did not drive. He told me I would get the $450 day rate only on days that I actually drove. On days I don't drive I get only $155 day rate ($55 for a hotel room and $100 “no go” pay). He didn't mention a word about when he was going to pay for this week's work. And, what about the pay from the Calvert City job?
I'm really starting to understand Hale-enomics! Here's how it works: Promise whatever is necessary to get a driver to the job far from home, make adjustments in your promise one at a time until the driver can't afford to go home; then he's stuck working for you until he dies.
Hale Promise #4: On Monday (July 28th) I discovered the load wasn't going to move until Thursday. Mr. Hale called me and told me to pick up a load in Sabetha going to Macksburg, IA (another job site with the same company. And, because it was shorter mileage, it would pay less, but he wouldn't tell me how much less.). I arrived in Sabetha late Monday afternoon and we were underway in a short while. We made it to Avoca, IA and stopped for the night. Without a definitive word from Mr. Hale about what it paid, I wrote down $450 for my day rate. WRONG!!!
Tuesday morning (July 29th) we took the load to Macksburg and I stared back toward Sabetha for another load. While in route, Mr. Hale texted me and told me to go to Denison to take that load (from Friday) to Fort Dodge. So I did. We delivered the load Tuesday afternoon and I returned to Sabetha for a load the next morning. I wrote down $450 for a day rate. (Notice I delivered two loads on the same day!)
Hale Payday #1 – Part B:My wife called on Tuesday afternoon to tell me the check (for the Calvert City job) had not yet arrived. I called Mr. Hale to see what happened. It had been a full week from the day his wife was "writing the check as we speak."
Hale Excuse #1:He told me that the check had been written but “accidentally” had not made it into the mail; it was still laying on his table. [I wonder how much Erica gets blamed for Mr. Hale's antics!] I told him that caused a problem; I no longer had money for fuel. He told me he would wire the money to my wife that very day. I called her and they set it up for her to pick it up at Wal-Mart. She called me to tell me it was only $700. Mr. Hale told me that Wal-Mart did not allow people to wire more than $1000 per day. He had wired $300 to someone else and $700 was all he could send. "Sure...I believe you!"
Hale Promise #4: Mr. Hale promised to overnight the balance to my wife because he had reached his limit on how much he could wire in one day. (Overnight usually means, the next day, right? Not if your name is Jeremie Hale!) By Friday (TWO days later) the balance he said he would send “overnight” did arrived. I called Mr. Hale to find out what happened. He offered no excuse for not having sent the check “overnight”. He told me he would wire the rest to my wife that day. Again my wife went to Wal-Mart to get the wire transfer. It was for only $750. I called Mr. Hale to see when he would be sending the rest. He told me that WAS the rest.
Hale Payday #1 – Part C: $700 + $750 does not equal $1579.65. So I asked him about the $129.65 difference. Hale-enomics again! It was NOW that I first learned about the 7% factoring fee. He had NEVER mentioned it before. He told me that everyone who worked for him knew that there was a 7% factoring fee if we wanted to be paid early. EARLY!??! In Hale Promise #1 he told me I would have the check within one week; no mention of a factoring fee. Well, that still doesn't add up. 7% of $1579.65 is only $110.58. There's still a balance of $19.07 unaccounted for. I called him on it. GUESS WHAT!!!!!!!! Hale-enomics again! As it turns out, it costs $9.05 every time he wires money to a driver. How convenient!
Hale Payday #1 – Part D: It costs $9.05 (according to Jeremie Hale) to wire money at Wal-Mart. So, since HE forgot to mail the check, I have to pay the wiring fee; If Mr. Hale makes a mistake, the DRIVER has to pay to make it right. You really gotta love this guy. (Where I come from, the person who makes the mistake covers that cost.)
Now, back to the Kansas/Iowa saga. Wednesday (July 30th) I picked up a load in Sabetha bound for Macksburg. We made it to Avoca, Ia were we spent the night. I wrote down $450 for a day rate. Thursday morning we took it to Macksburg and I went back to Sabetha for another load. Met the driver and we left with a load going to Macksburg. We made it to Avoca again, where we spent the night again. I wrote down $450 for my day rate.
Next morning we delivered the load in Macksburg and I headed back to Sabetha for another load. I met the driver with a load bound for Fort Dodge. On Friday we got to Denison, where we spent the night. I wrote down $450 for my day rate.
Saturday morning I got to the load and we took it the rest of the way to Fort Dodge. I drove back to Sabetha for another load. When I arrived in Sabetha, I learned that there were no more loads until Monday. I resigned myself to the fact that I would get only “no go” pay for those two days and the $55 hotel room pay.
Hale Adjustment #4: Sunday afternoon Mr. Hale called to get the details of the previous week's work. It was now that I learned that I am NOT getting paid $450 day rate! Instead, I am getting paid for each “trip” that is completed! The rate is $450 for loads delivered to Ft. Dodge and $400 for loads delivered to Macksburg. So much for the day rate!
Notwithstanding the original agreement ($500 day rate), if we figure the “adjusted” rate of $450 day rate, this is what it SHOULD have worked out to be (according to what he told me before I started working):
Before the 1st “adjustment”
12 days at a day rate of $450 = $5400.00
After 1st “adjustment”, but before 2nd “adjustment” ($450 for days I drive; $155 for days I don't)
8 days driving @ $450 = $3600
4 days not driving @ $155 = $620
After 2nd “adjustment”, but before Jeremie's fuzzy math
4 loads to Ft. Dodge @ $450 = $1800
3 load to Macksburg @ $400 = $1200
3 “no go” pays @ $155 = $465.00
Hale Payday #2: Now, if you think that adds up to $3465, you don't know “Hale Math” very well. For him it came out to $3096. He then told me that he would “redo” it to see what he came up with. Then he came up with $3200. And, because he's such a great guy, he said that he wasn't going to take out the 7% factoring fee on this one! Rather than try to teach him how to do math, I decided it was easier to just take the $3200. (After all, if he had factored the $3465, it would have come out to $3222.45...close enough! It would take decades to help this moron understand how math is supposed to work!).
Here's what he had figured:
4 loads to Ft. Dodge @ $450 = $1800
3 load to Macksburg @ $400 = $1200
2 “no go” pays @ $100 = $200 (I'm not saying he lied; he probably just forgot the agreement...again!)
(HE IS NOT A LIAR...HE DOES NOT LIE!!! He is very adament about that! Just ask him!)
Hale Adjustment #5: It was also at this point that he informed me that he is no longer going to cover any "no-gos" or overnights.
Monday (August 4th) I met the load in Sabetha going to Fort Dodge. We arrived in Ft. Dodge and I headed back to Sabetha for a load the next day. I wrote down my $450 for the “trip” I had completed.
Side Note #2: Tuesday (August 5th) I met a load in Sabetha going to Ft. Dodge. While on the way, Mr. Hale called me to find out what I had told Brad. It seems no one in North Carolina wants to drive for him any more. They all told him Brad said Randy wasn't getting paid right. I wonder where they got such an idea. Word got around FAST. If you don't pay your drivers like you say you will, they talk. And other drivers listen!
Side Note #3: Butch Burnette is fully aware of what is going on. He is monitoring the situation as it unfolds. He also told me that I would be paid for over night stays for the weekend of August 3rd and 4th). Mr. Hale tells me there is no over night pay for those two nights. We'll have to see what happens.
Hale Payday #2 – Part B: On Sunday, August 3rd Mr. Hale said the check for $3200 would be in the mail on Tuesday (I didn't really believe him because, even though he's not a liar, he seems to “forget” to do what he says he will do). The check should have arrived by Thursday or Friday. But no...it came on Saturday. Maybe the mail carrier forgot to check his mailbox for outgoing mail. Whatever the problem, I assure you Mr. Hale is in no way to blame!
Hale Payday #3: On Sunday, August 10th, Mr. Hale takes my information for the previous week's work. Again, “Hale Math” is completely different than that of the known civilized world. The civilized world (and I) would figure it as follows:
5 delivered loads to Fort Dodge @ $450/load = $2250.00
2 overnights paid for previous weekend = $ 110.00
Take out the factoring fee (7%) of $157.50 $2192.50 Balance Due
ONLY GOD KNOWS WHAT = $2500.00
Take out the factoring fee of $150 = $2350.00 Balance Due
THIS TIME his fuzzy math worked out better for me! Imagine that!!! And HE has no idea! I'm sure it's safe to say he's not the sharpest tool in the shed!
Hale Excuse #2: Mr. Hale said he would pay this time via direct deposit. On Wednesday he would call my wife to get the routing number and account number so he could just direct deposit the money. He's not a liar...but he “forgot” to call on Wednesday. On Thursday he told me he was “too busy” to get it done. On Friday he told me (via text) that the factoring company hired a new lady who had all of his invoices messed up. (Blame it on Homer? Hell, blame it on someone one...ANYONE...at least he didn't blame it on his wife this time!) He would do his best, he said to get it straightened out THAT day! At 5:30 pm (Friday, August 15th) he texted me to inform me that the money had been deposited into my account but that it wouldn't show in my account until Monday. Said he did a “direct deposit” to my account of $2350.00.
Monday...no deposit showing. Tuesday...no deposit showing. Wednesday...no deposit showing. Mr. Hale insists the money had left his account and that it has to be in my account. Three times I asked him to give me the number and name of his bank so the lady at my bank could talk to someone at his bank. He ignored my request the first two times.
Then he told me to Google it and find it myself. I DID! I spoke with a gentleman named Eli. Eli told me that he was not able to provide any information about a depositor at their bank. But, he could tell me that the services Mr. Hale claims to have used (direct deposit) is not a service their bank offers their customers.
NO WAY!!! Did Mr. Hale lie? Can't be. He insists that he DOES NOT LIE! Perhaps Eli is in error; the bank really does do “direct deposit” and he just doesn't know it. But still, where is the money? He suggested I had in fact received the money and was trying to get double-paid! Yet he refuses to provide confirmation numbers, bank name and phone number or anything to verify he had sent the money.
When confronted with this news, Mr. Hale began to curse profusely (in text messages) and told me to call his wife...he was too busy to handle it. I called her. It took her two hours to return my call. Curiously, just moments before her call, my wife called. It seems that Erica Hale (Mr. Hale's wife) had just 30 minutes earlier made a wire transfer from her bank to mine. And, guess who got to pay the $18 wiring fee! That's right. You're doing well with this new “Hale Math.”
Hale Promise #5: Mr. Hale promised to send the check for last week's work along with the balance of this week's work (this project ended on Wednesday, August 20th). He said he always writes checks on Wednesdays. If Mr. Hale is telling the truth (remember, Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR!), the check would be mailed out on Wednesday, August 27th. (Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR...if it isn't mailed out on the 27th, there must be another explanation.)
Hale Payday #4: Mr. Hale has all the details for the last two weeks. My calculations are as follows:
8 completed loads to Fort Dodge @ $450 = $3600
Less 7% factoring fee - $ 252
Total due me $3348
When I asked Mr. Hale if he concurred with my calculations I received no response whatsoever. My gut tells me that he doesn't care what the calculations are because he has no intention of paying me anyway. After all, why waste time and effort calculating something you don't plan to pay. Remember, Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR. A thief maybe, but NOT a LIAR! I cannot stress this enough. Mr. Hale is NOT a Liar.
Hale's Demise: On Wednesday, August 20th I finished the last load with this project. Butch has called me several times in the last few days. It seems that he too is fed up with Mr. Hale. He told me that Lonestar was finished with him and that he had put the word out to other heavy haul companies to avoid this fellow. Jeremie is finished in this industry.
Butch Burnette, with Lonestar hired me to work directly for Lonestar. The next project started on Friday (August 22nd).
Hale Payday #4 – Part B: On Tuesday, August 26th, I texted Mr. Hale at about 2:00 pm to inquire about when he might be sending that last check. He ignored me. At about 5:30 pm I texted him again. He ignored me again. At about 8:00 pm I texted him again. This time he responded. “Randy, I'm busy. I told you I would send a check this week. Relax.” (Remember, for Mr. Hale a week is NOT seven consecutive days...it's...ah...well...no one really knows...probably not even Mr. Hale.)
Hale Payday #4 – Part C: On Wednesday, August 27th at about 2:00 pm, I texted him to inquire about when he might be sending that last check. Again, as is his custom when he doesn't want to pay me, he simply ignored me.
Homer in the loop – On Wednesday, August 27th, I spoke with Homer at length on the phone. Homer assured me that the previous Friday he had paid Mr. Hale for all eight of the invoices for which I have not yet been paid. He has the money; he just doesn't want to pay me. Homer assured me that he and Butch know what is going on and that they are both finished with Mr. Hale. Both offered to help me get what Mr. Hale owes me in any way they can.
Hale Payday #4 – Part D: Great news! Mr. Hale is no longer making excuses. That's right, he's simply making poorly-planned statements now. Just when you think this character can't stoop any lower, he shatters all of your worst expectations and goes subterranean! He's stooped so low that gophers and earth worms have to look down to see him.
There is no sense in getting rude. While driving on Thursday morning (August 28th), I sent him a text to see how he was doing. My text: “Good morning...did u sleep well? Raining here. Just getting a cup of coffee and watching it rain. What r u doing today?” His response: “U like to push ur luck do ya?” Apparently Mr. Hale has never had anyone wish him a good day!
It gets better. Cynthia sent him a text asking if he had put the check into the mail. His response was that if he received one more communication from either of us, he would hold my pay for 30 days. This guy is so twisted that his only response to kindness is to make threats! At least we can be assured that Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR!
Side note: I really feel kinda bad for the fellow. He has no idea what awaits him. And, now I'm working directly for Lonestar, Homer wants NOTHING to do with him and the vast majority of flag car drivers know what kind of cheat he is. He's finished and doesn't even know it yet. However, on the other hand, he's so delusional that even if he did know, he wouldn't have a clue how to respond to it. He will probably find prison a paradise!
Mr. Hale said he would mail the check this week. He insists that he is NOT a LIAR. So, I can only conclude the check will be in the mail today. I would never call the man a liar...he insists he is not. So, if the check isn't in the mail today, there must be another explanation. Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR!
WARNING! I would not be an upstanding, honest man if I were to allow Mr. Hale to work his wares on other escorts. So, today I am establishing a website dedicated to warning others about how Mr. Hale does business. That is, until he is out of business (or in prison, which ever comes first).
Hale Payday #4 – Part E: My last communicatoin with Mr. Hale was on the previous Thursday, when he told my wife that if we contacted him one more time he would hold my pay for 30 days. So, on Sunday evening (August 31st) I broke the silence. I told him that I believed his silence was an indication that he was never going to pay me. It took three messages to get a response. Guess what his response was? His text message: “I dnt lie. U r now on 30 Day pay list. Take Care.”
I told him that I was going to call the New York Attorney General's Office to get satisfaction. He called my bluff and on Tuesday, at noon, like I told him I would, I called the Attorney General's Office. Miraculously, at about 3:00 Tuesday afternoon, he sent a text message to tell me the money was waiting for me at WalMart. Cynthia went to get it...only $810. He tells me that was to cover the last week's work (two trips). He said he will send the rest as a check. Again, Hale Math: is completely different than the rest of the civilized world.
My Math: (Please tell me if I'm wrong!)
2 Trips @ $450 = $900
Less 7% factoring fee = $ 63
Total Due =$837
Hale Promise #ONLY GOD KNOWS WHAT!: On Wednesday (Sept 3rd) I sent a text message to see when I could expect the check. He has not sent it, but promised it would in the mail this week. That's the same thing he said last week. Do I really believe him?
I accused him of being both a liar and a thief. He still insists he is neither.
Hale Payday 4 – Part F: Wednesday evening I sent a text to Mr. Hale to ask when the balance was going to be sent and how much that balance would be. He didn't respond. It occurred to me that Mr. Hale is laying out his Hale-enomics plan to keep from paying me everything he owes me. So, I decided to remind him what he owes me...OFTEN!
My figures are that he owes me $2538.00. I wrote: “The balance is $2538. One penny less is theft.” After four texts with the same information, he responded: “U got paid yest. Two trips minus 7%, ten bucks to send it. I owe u 5 trips pay, correct?”
My response: “6 trips pay.” After another volley of texts, I sent him the trip numbers again. A few moments later he responed: “U r correct. 6 trips. I owe u $2557.00.”
HUH? $2557.00? Hale math I suppose! I figured he owed me $2538.00. I'm not complaining! His math is TERRIBLE!!!
Another Hale Distortion: On Monday I decided to taunt Mr. Hale into paying me. He needs his cell phone to conduct business. If his cell phone is tied up with text messages from everyone, everywhere, all day long, he'd get the point. Well, it worked!
On Tuesday I contacted everyone I knew and asked them to text him four or five times all day and night. They did. On Wednesday morning he called me cursing like a sailor. I thought he was going to have a stroke! When he hung up, he sent me a text telling me he had just put a check into the mail.
On Thursday afternoon, my wife called to tell me the check hadn't arrived. I sent him a text calling him a liar again. He told me I “would be” paid! WHAT? WOULD BE? As it turns out, Mr. Hale told me he sent only $450. In fact, he didn't send ANYTHING! I know what you're thinking...but you are wrong...Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR! Stop thinking like that. There must be another, rational explanation.
New Hale Revelation: I told him that if the checks were more than 30 days he would have to add the 7% factoring fees. It was then that he told me the 7% was taken out anyway, early pay or not. WOW! What a guy!
Well...good news! I finally got a check from Mr. Hale. Yes, it is true! I know it's hard to believe, but it is true! He sent me $2557.00! My wife took a picture of it! AND it cleared! Yes. I know what you're thinking. There must be something wrong. Well...yes, there is. You see, after discussing this with my attorney, Mr. Hale is NOT entitled to the factoring fees and is himself responsible for the wiring fees. My attorney suggests we take him to small claims court to recover the $1486.65 in fees and "after-the-fact" adjustments. I just realized I used the words Mr. Hale and responsible in the same sentence. I must be loosing my bearing!
Final analysis: IF Mr. Hale had paid me like he promised from the very beginning:
33 days @ $500/day for day rate = $16,500.00
BUT, though Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR, he “adjusted my pay (1st adjustment)” and it should have worked out like this:
33 days @ $450/day for day rate = $14,850.00
BUT, though Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR, he “adjusted my pay (2nd adjustment)” and it should have worked out like this:
23 days @ $450/day on days I drive = $10350.00
10 days @ $155/day on days I don't drive = $ 1550.00
BUT, though Mr. Hale is NOT a LIAR, he “adjusted my pay (3rd adjustment)” and it should have worked out like this:
17 Trips “delivered” @ $450/trip = $7650.00
3 Trips “delivered” @ $400/trip = $1200.00
So far, as of August 30th, I have received a total of $5550.00 from Mr. Hale. He still has not paid the balance for the last 8 trips I delivered ($3348.00). That's a difference of $10950.00.
Do YOU want to work for Mr. Hale? I can assure you MR. Hale is NOT a LIAR.
My total earnings from Mr. Hale was $12,198.00 instead of the $16,500.00 he promised to get me to do the job. That's a difference of $4302.00. You can bet I'll see him in court.