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Kind of need help. Not getting paid what I should

Hello! I'm a company driver with a CDL, and I've been working as an independent contractor on a 1099 basis for the past couple of months. My primary job involves hauling Amazon relay loads. I'm supposed to be paid 30% of the gross earnings for each trip, but there's a discrepancy in the actual price I'm paid. I've noticed that I don't receive any confirmation of the exact trip price except for what the dispatchers tell me. Recently, I called Amazon support to inquire about the payment for a trip, and it turned out to be 20% more than what I was informed by the dispatchers. Does anyone have advice on what steps I can take legally to address this situation?

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