A recent video reportedly shows an angry truck driver showing up at TQL headquarters with a message about payment painted on his trailer.
Video circulating on social media this week was allegedly captured at TQL company headquarters located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
In the video, you can see a semi truck in the business parking lot. The messages in black spray paint on the white trailer read: “TQL pay me my $8000” and “I got bills to pay.”
In the video, you can also briefly see what appears to be a police or security officer on the scene.
For additional context, see the X post below.
Gabriel Scott Riqueza is fine. I just talked to him. He contacted TQL this morning and they were very disrespectful to him and slammed the phone on him. Unfortunately for them he was in Ohio at the time. He was met with cheers and thumbs ups from the employees at TQL. pic.twitter.com/4QuDwcWpRH
— WM On Time Trucking (@WmTrucking) November 1, 2023
The video appeared as the National Owner Operators Association announced a demonstration to call for increased freight broker transparency, particularly regarding 49 Code of Federal Regulations 371.3.