Freight Bill Post-Audit

Post-Payment Audit

Your company may have been overcharged on previously paid freight bills. Since our professionals have extensive knowledge in auditing freight charges, our experience allows us to identify overcharges quickly.

Here’s how it works:

  • Step 1

    Send us your freight invoices billed within the past 180 days, along with pricing agreements.

  • Step 2

    We will audit the paid bills to determine if errors exist.

  • Step 3

    When an error is detected, we will then file a claim with the carrier on your behalf**

  • Step 4

    When and if a refund is secured, we will then send the carrier check to your company with our invoice attached.

*The regulations specified under the Trucking Industry Regulatory Reform Act of 1994 only allow 180 days to claim overcharges to freight carriers.

**By law the carrier has 60 days to acknowledge receipt of the claim and will typically pay the claims within 60 days of the notification if the claim is viable.


Contingency based Fee

Our compensation is tied directly to securing refunds for your company. If no refunds are secured, there will be no fees.

Money Found

Since these freight invoices have already been paid, any money secured will go directly back to your bottom line.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much money do you typically find?

    Dependent on complexity of contracts, we typically find 1-7% of spend.

  • Can I submit freight bills for all modes?

    Yes, as long as there is a pricing agreement, we can perform the audit. We are experienced in all modes.

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