lindsay Submitted this review about Ship Your Car Now LLC.
Review made Live: 9/27/2017 2:25:00 PM
Ship your car now is the absolute BEST in the business.
Sean Lent is an honest professional and does what he says he will do.
He sticks to his quote no games no tricks
They weren't the least expensive, nor the most,
My vehicle was picked up 1 day earlier than expected and delivered the next day.
The shipper was in contact with me as soon as he was close to my destination.
The experience with all involved was flawless**********

Please let me save you the time and trouble of using other shippers.
Prices from other brokers range wildly
But if you prefer to look elsewhere, good luck with that.
The fact is the driver/shipper must make at least an average of 1 dollar a mile to make it worth his while

Here's the long story that led me to S.Y.C.N. ,(hope you like long stories.)

First instinct is to find the least expensive shipper, and there are plenty on the internet that will give you a lowball price that they cannot fulfill.
Here's how the low ballers do it.
You give your info on their site, it instantly gets put on a nationwide broker board and all of these shippers start bombing your email and phone with unrealistic low prices.
This is where the circus begins .
The "broker" will give you pick up date and delivery date and a low price to get you to locked in with a" deposit" on a credit card so you cant change your mind or you'll be charged DONT DO IT!
Here's the trick they'll play.
You need to move a car around 400 miles as an example.
The shipper will say "we'll move it for three hundred dollars" if you will put down a deposit with your credit card. the broker will then post it on the national shipper dispatch board for $200. Then their supposed "driver" will call on the day of your pick up you saying his truck is broken down in some way so he cannot pick it up on the specified date.
The dishonest broker will then call you back with higher price to ship it on another date
" just to help you out", its borders on wire fraud.

remember the driver/shipper must make at least an average of 1 dollar a mile to make it worth his while and the chance of getting the car picked up for less than that are slim to none!