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Updated Nov 18, 2019

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  1. 1.0
    Current Employee, less than 1 year

    Not worth it....

    Nov 18, 2019 - Transport Driver in Tampa, FL
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    None,none none did I. Mention none...

    Cons

    They offer you a pay rate ,and they pay you less,you put 2x the mileage you get paid for...and they dont want to pay you for it,they tell riders there alone and you have two or more passengers with you and they schedule all appointments on top of each other and makes everyone late,and they dont care or worry about the patients or there time,and you ask a question to Dispatch and they respond with sarcastic responses, if you want to loose money and time then apply I waited 3 weeks to get in with the company and I lasted exactly 2 weeks trying to give the job a chance,I told then I'm gonna finish the day...you would think they would ask why or what happened....I got a. ....thank you for you help! That was it they removed my assigned jobs and keep it moving ...and it's hard to contact any one on the phone....there out of California and miami ....

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    4 people found this review helpful
  2. 1.0
    Current Employee, less than 1 year

    STAY FAR AWAY from this Company

    Apr 2, 2019 - Mobile Care Professional in Tampa, FL
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    There are no Pros, the only good thing is, you can make your own schedule but they expect you to be available between 60 - 70 Hours a week

    Cons

    They promise you the world but don't care about anything besides their own profit. Not once have I earned yet the $500 - $600 a week as they promise. In order to get hired you must bring money for all kind of classes, DOT Physical etc. etc. You make yourself available 60 + hours a week or longer and you still barely earn $300 and you must calculate your own Gas per week which comes to $60 minimum plus the wear and tear of your own vehicle. In less than 3 Month I drove over 3400 miles of which barely 1650 are paid miles. They make you drive 25 - 30 miles EMPTY to pick up a patient and bring them 1 mile away to a doctor's office, which pays you $5. If you have a legit question, they ignore you. The only communication is via text message. If you are late 5 minutes that is when they bombard you with messages, telling you to log in a pickup, even though you have not even picked up the patient yet, so they look good to LogistiCare. Their HQ are in California and on the East Coast they treat Drivers like Garbage. If you keep a record of your trips, then you also recognize they cheat you on your pay. No real detailed statements will be made available to drivers, so you have a guessing game every week on how much you may get paid. If you break down your hours and earnings you may make $7 an hour if you lucky. Funny part is that patients tell us drivers how much THEY are collecting for the trip. Between 1 - 3-mile trip you earn $5, 4 - 6-mile trip you earn $7, 7 - 10 you earn $9 but you don’t get paid to get to those pickups which easily sometimes can be up to 30 miles UNPAID. This is a typical PROFIT company who don’t care about their Drivers at all. So called Dispatch has nothing but a nasty attitude. They schedule you to be at 1 point and then expect you to be 35 miles further in the next 5 minutes and if you are late than you get text message after text message, while driving (so much for distracted driving) The Company promise you allot when you first start and they act very professional out of California but then the people on the east Coast treat you like dirt. The Company collects up to Types of Charge Weekday Business Hours Weekends & Off Hours Ambulatory – Base Rate $25 - $30 $30 - $40 ~~~~ In addition to >>>>>> Additional Mileage Fees $3 - $5 per mile $5 - $7 per mile $5 - $10 per mile Wait-time Fees (per 30 mins) $15 - $30 $15 - $30 $15 - $30 Additional Attendant Fees $5 - $10 $5 - $10 $5 - $10 but drivers who do all the work earn NOTHING, so as I said STAY AWAY

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    25 people found this review helpful
  3. 1.0
    Former Employee, less than 1 year

    Payment issues

    Sep 12, 2019 - Driver in Tampa, FL
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    no pros., worst company i have ever worked for.

    Cons

    Ive worked there for 4 weeks and i havent received my paycheck, i worked from 4am to 4pm and its been 3 weeks since i last worked there and have tried to contact shane guzman (manager) and have not received any help in order to to get my payment.

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    6 people found this review helpful
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