QbShip is raising $1,500,000 with a minimum reservation of $15,000. Numbers displayed include non-binding reservations before investors are verified, signed, or closed.
QbShip is a geolocation, payment processing, search engine, and on demand ride share shipping app. QbShip searches multiple carriers and utilizes our large volume deeply discounted accounts.
Platform and GUI creation/testingAugust, 2017
First seed investmentsOctober, 2017
A&P Investments $120,000 investmentNovember, 2017
Updated graphic user interfaceNovember, 2017
Individuals and small businesses do not have the volume to get discounts that companies like Amazon and Walmart get. Qbship uses it’s large volume, deeply discounted accounts to ship with, and the ease of on demand pickup.
Yes, the QbShip app finds the closes available driver and the customer can choose. Drivers have a rating system so customers know they are getting a quality driver. Ratings are based on customer service, speed, and on time delivery of package to the drop off point.
Anyone can pickup packages for QbShip, from a bicycle to large vans. Drivers are put into the system with their current available space, drop off ability (i.e. Only FedEx/Ups or all pickups/drop offs available) and matched with customers needs. Current ride share drivers can supplement their income by picking up packages along with passengers they are currently driving.
Packages are scanned into the QbShip by the driver and a notice sent to the customer. Packages will be insured up to $100 so QbShip does not take a loss more than $100. Customers can purchase additional insurance for packages over $100 value. If a package is lost the driver is billed for the value up to $100. If the drivers account is pushed into a negative status due to shipping losses their driving status will be placed on hold until the balance is paid in full. After 90 days the account/driver are banned and the account is sent to collections.
Customers can be charged additional fees if these are not correct. The additional fees will be charged if the drop facility determines a package to be incorrectly labeled. This is part of the user agreement on the QbShip app.
Possibilities are endless. In the future we might work to avoid dropping off at drop stations and take the packages directly to main hubs. UPS/FedEx are franchises and they get money for every package dropped off and contract drivers also get paid to pickup at these facilities. Autonomous vehicles are becoming a reality and will be implemented when the technology is approved and safely integrate able.