Rules for the ‘Network’

I’ve never noticed any sort of rule about not approaching each other’s customers. Are there some ‘rules’ we’re meant to operate to then?

Posted under Courier and Freight Exchanges, Courier Basics

Posted by Alec at 5:15 pm, February 12, 2007

4 Comments so far

  1. You’ve not thought that through have you Karl.

  2. But Mr Traffic at Ap**** said: “members know the strict rules when you sign up”.

    I for one wan’t made aware of any rules, moral or otherwise, before we signed up.

    As it happens I have my own ‘moral rules’ but I wasn’t aware that this was a compulsory requirement for ‘Network’ membership. What happens if my ‘moral rules’ are different to other people’s?

    I’ve been caught out by other people’s ideas of ‘morals’ in the past – what’s so different about the ‘Network’?

  3. Exactly Mark. Maybe some sort of voluntary ‘Code of Conduct’ is the answer – so at least everyone knows what expected of them by other members. Probably not though – I for one couldn’t be arsed administering it and I dare say neither could ‘Network’. I’d hapilly sign up to something though – on the understanding that I could be ‘named and shamed’ for the rest of eternity if I broke the rules.

  4. Well said Fred.

    It doesn’t always follow that everyone should be given the benefit of the doubt in all circumstances though.

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