If you really don't have anything else better to do then read up on "Oak Harbor Freight Lines, Inc. v. Sears Roebuck & Co., 513 F.3d 949 (9th Cir. 2008), provides a guide for when a shipper and consignee are liable for the payment of freight charges..." that will make your jaw drop.
To make things more confusing is that a Bill of Lading is not a standard form so not all have the section 7 listed on them. To say all of this is confusing is an understatement....lol.
I won't name the company I sold to (they paid me) but I will say they had a tv show. I have no recourse now because he's dead but he had more than enough time to pay his debts before his untimely demise, I didn't even know he passed until after the collection agency contacted me.
Last edited by tbuckles; Sun Sep 24 2017 07:13 PM.