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False DAC Reporting Still Major Problem for CDL Drivers

Jun
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Stop False DAC Reporting

Stop False DAC Reporting

California based Worker’s Council Law Firm continues its work toward building a verifiable database relating to inaccuracies placed on professional CDL truck drivers’ DAC Reports.

The Worker’s Council created the DAC Report Class Action Registry largely due to the response received through our Stop False DAC Reporting petition.

Both sites have recently been updated and those wishing to support the petition and registry should make note of the new web locations.

The Worker’s Council continues to encourage drivers who have been victimized by motor carrier’s false reporting to Hire Right DAC Trucking Solutions to share their story with the DAC Registry.

The petition has received 3,539 signatures to date, with 5,000 signatures as the reachable goal, which at that time, will be submitted to Congress for a “Call to Action” against this retaliation tool used upon drivers by many trucking companies.

The most recent comments continue to show that false DAC reporting is a major problem for CDL drivers, capable of destroying their driving careers:

  • June 19, 2014 12:06 AM  – DAC/usis is and as aways been a blackball service,usis tries to intimidate with their name even though they ARE NOT an US goverment agency in any shape or form. Knowledge is power,now more than ever,CDL drivers you need to research these company’s just as much as they do you.
  • June 18, 2014 10:20 PM  – I cannot find another trucking company to hire me because my ex-employer has falsified my DAC Report. I have applied for 30+ jobs without success. Every company tells me that I cannot be insured. The last company I applied at told me what was on my DAC Report. Two false entries have blacklisted me from any future employment as a truck driver.
  • June 3, 2014 8:04 AM –  its not fair to lose any chance to have a job after a bad dac report. anybody need to have another chance to prove himself.

If you have experienced retaliation from a motor carrier through their use of false DAC reporting, sign the Stop False DAC Reporting petition and contact the Worker’s Council DAC Report Class Action Registry as we continue to move forward against this abuse of the professional driver.

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By: Allen Smith

Allen Smith is a 37 year veteran who started at an early age in a household goods family moving business. He began driving straight trucks in 1977 and moved to the big rigs in 1982. His experience within the industry includes; owner operator, company driver, operations manager, and owner of a long distance HHG moving business, taking many of the long haul moves himself when needed. Allen Smith, a truck driver advocate who is driven by the desire to help others succeed within an industry where injustice, unrewarded sacrifice, and lack of respect and recognition exists. Allen and his wife Donna are hosts of Truth About Trucking ”Live” on Blog Talk Radio. Other websites include AskTheTrucker, TruckingSocialMedia, NorthAmericanTruckingALerts, TruthAboutTrucking, and many Social Media websites. In 2011 Allen and Donna hosted the first Truck Driver Social Media Convention, designed to create unity and solutions for the trucking industry. This is now being extended through the North American Trucking Alerts network as those within the industry join forces for the betterment of the industry. Allen strongly supports other industry advocates who are also stepping up to the plate to help those who share honesty, guidance and direction. He believes that all those involved in trucking need to be accountable for their part within the industry, including drivers, carriers, brokers, shippers, receivers, etc… The list of supporters and likeminded people grow daily, networking together and sharing thoughts and ideas for the betterment of trucking. He has coined the popular phrase "Raising the standards of the trucking industry"

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