Reported JB Hunt To FCC

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Daniel B.'s Comment
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It's not spam when you apply to a company. He never would have gotten any email from JB Hunt without sending over an application. Maybe they called him prematurely and found out a bit later that he falsified his application.

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Daniel B.; sorry, man. What I meant to say is that Patrick G. believes what JBH's recruiters have done is SPAM . The FCC is the agency that handles SPAM complaints, so off our Patrick went to them to seek redress. If P.G. did not inform them not to contact him, he has no Can SPAM actionable event. That is, as you rightly said, he reached out to them, and to discontinue communication he'd have had to inform them not to email him in future. His communication ending poorly would not put him in the do not email list automatically.

Please, don't put me in the sympathy side. I feel Patrick G. is a screamer. If he wasn't on the do not email list, it would be prudent for JBH to put him there. Screamers rarely prosper, but they can make your life Hell.

Yours respectfully from the email marketing trenches,

Michael

Oh I know what you meant man. You're one of my favorite and on my "will thrive in this industry" list. That's the thing about text, there's no tone.

I personally can't take this Patricia guy seriously. I think he's a complete whacko.

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Daniel's Comment
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This is why Patrick G. reported them to the FCC. The FCC handles SPAM complaints.

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It's not spam when you apply to a company. He never would have gotten any email from JB Hunt without sending over an application. Maybe they called him prematurely and found out a bit later that he falsified his application.

Think about it, 8 companies in 18 months. There's probably so much garbage on his DAC that he failed to acknowledge on his application because "it was their fault not mine".

Patrick, I have to give it to you. You're an absolutely legendary internet troll. You make these absolutely ridiculous posts and then you just vanish without replying to them. I can see you just laughing in front of your computer as you ruffle our feathers.

The things you say are just shocking. I wouldn't be surprised to find out that you spend weeks thinking about what to make your next thread about. How we keep biting the bait is beyond me.

Good luck finding that 9th company, if your story is even true.

Bingo!

DAC:

Drive-A-Check Report

A truck drivers DAC report will contain detailed information about their job history of the last 10 years as a CDL driver (as required by the DOT).

It may also contain your criminal history, drug test results, DOT infractions and accident history. The program is strictly voluntary from a company standpoint, but most of the medium-to-large carriers will participate.

Most trucking companies use DAC reports as part of their hiring and background check process. It is extremely important that drivers verify that the information contained in it is correct, and have it fixed if it's not.

The Dude's Comment
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For anyone who listens to Howard Stern, Patrick is like our Hanzi.

Max E.'s Comment
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Maybe we should report Patrick to the FCC for "spamming" our forums..

Brett Aquila's Comment
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Maybe we should report Patrick to the FCC for "spamming" our forums..

Patrick, I have to give it to you. You're an absolutely legendary internet troll. You make these absolutely ridiculous posts and then you just vanish without replying to them. I can see you just laughing in front of your computer as you ruffle our feathers.

The things you say are just shocking. I wouldn't be surprised to find out that you spend weeks thinking about what to make your next thread about. How we keep biting the bait is beyond me.

Good luck finding that 9th company, if your story is even true.

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Errol V.'s Comment
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You all missed it! Patrick sent his message to the FCC. His spell checker did not catch mis-spelling of ICC! Pat wanted to complain to the Interstate Commerce Commission, not the Federal Communications Commission.

Note to Patrick: the ICC was disbanded 20 years ago.

Interstate Commerce:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

Interstate:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

Terry C.'s Comment
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Don't bother typing a reply to Patrick...he doesn't read them. He's like an intercom...messages go out but they don't go in. Now I think I'll go thru and copy all his posts and send them to the ATF, or maybe the WWE, or perhaps PBS.

Chris the stick slinger's Comment
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Don't bother typing a reply to Patrick...he doesn't read them. He's like an intercom...messages go out but they don't go in. Now I think I'll go thru and copy all his posts and send them to the ATF, or maybe the WWE, or perhaps PBS.

THAT was funny. Touche my man.

Pat M.'s Comment
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Patrick may not like the responses he gets but here is one anyhow.

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Dave Reid's Comment
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I just happened across the below quote from Brett again today when I was searching for something. I laughed so hard I bruised my ribs and had to ducktape my sides together. Brett, you're a mighty funny guy.

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If you think you can take on the whole world and win then keep trying. But I think someday you'll realize you're exhausted, out of options, out of friends, and out of opportunities because you never learned to get along with anyone or you never thought it mattered.

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