Terms


United Solutions LLC understands that materials being delivered are extremely sensitive in nature. As is customary with our service, signatures, time, and date will be recorded at each location for enhanced security and record keeping purposes.


Limitation of Liability:


United Solutions LLC shall not be liable for any loss, damage, delay and mis-delivery caused by:


A) Act of God, interruption by authority of law, strikes, civil disruptions, weather conditions, traffic conditions or incorrect address.

B) United Solutions LLC shall not be liable for the loss of articles loaded and sealed in packages by the shipper.

C) Unless a greater value is declared when placing an order, the shipper agrees and declares that the value of each shipment is not over $100.00 an additional charge of $2.00 per hundred or fraction thereof above the first $100.00 shall be assessed to shipments with a declared value over $100.00. Shipments are limited to a maximum declared value of $500.00.

Terms of Payment:


Unless previously arranged, terms of payment will be 7 days from the receipt of invoice. All collect shipments are accepted upon the credit of the consignor and upon failure of the consignee to remit payment within the stipulated time period, the consignor shall be liable for any or all charges.

Claim Procedure:


All claims must be made in writing to United Solutions LLC within 7 days after date of acceptance of the shipment. No claim for loss or damage to a shipment will be entertained until all transportation charges thereon have been paid. The amount of claims may not be deducted from transportation charges.


*Rates are based on packages up to 10 pounds. Add 20¢ for each additional pound. Prices subject to change without notice.

* For cities not listed, please call customer service at (800) 540-8255.

About United Solutions LLC

United Solutions understands that materials being delivered are extremely sensitive in nature. We only use drivers that are employed and trained by the company. Other courier services use untrained independent contractors to reduce their operational costs,