$15,000 Vehicle Stolen by Moving Company

History involves thousands of dollars, hearley Davidson and a notorious moving company.

A bill amount of $675 was paid to J & J Moving of Brampton, Ontario, in order to move a $15,000 2010 Harley Davidson FLH Police model from Ontario to Alberta. Having settled the entire bill amount in spring, David Strapp is yet to see his motorcycle. It was then known that the job was subcontracted to Nexzen Transport who in turn subcontracted the job to STI Transport of Delta, B.C.

$15000 Vehicle Stolen by Moving Company
STI transport, having picked up the motorbike, holding it as hostage in Delta B.C. warehouse seeing that J & J Moving owes an amount of $10,000 for earlier shipments.

Inspite of filing a complaint with the Royal Canadian Mounted police-RCMP, he was left unrequited saying that nothing could be done for the reason that, as far as they were concerned, it was a civil case.

Surely taking someone else’s personal belongings with no intention of returning them is called theft?
Despite that, Global News Toronto has made an effort to resolve the issue; no solution has been obtained so far.

J & J Moving, Nexzen Transport or STI Transport, having failed to stand up to their terms especially in terms of Customer service, it is good to keep away from their services.

$5,000 Fine for Nine Illegal Moving Companies

Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC), Washington
Severe action has been taken against nine illegitimate residential moving companies by the state. Companies that have been operating without permits in Washington have faced a severe action by the state regulators.

$5,000 fine for nine illegal moving companies

UTC Washington, administrative law judge has passed a strict order stating that the nine moving companies should stop providing residential moving services until they obtain a specific permit that is legitimate.

Following are the six companies that received a penalty of $5,000; others were suspended for two years on provided condition that the company must meet the terms of the commission order.

  • Cope Quality Services, owned by Carrie Creech of Poulsbo.
  • Queen City Movers LLC, owned by Johnathan Jorde of Seattle;
  • Eastside & All City Movers, owned by Lyle and Darcy Allen of Everett;
  • Fast Affordable Movers, owned by Steven Ronald Erickson of Kennewick;
  • Pro Moving Delivery, owned by Alexander Satir of Tacoma; and
  • Sea-Tac Movers LLC, owned by Doyin Adekanmbi of Lake Stevens;

Having said that, there are other three companies that have been fined a penalty of $5,000

  • Sequim-based Movers Plus, owned by Joshua Washburn
  • Ellensburg-based Man of Steel Movers, owned by Michael Pandolfi
  • Everett-based Precision Moving, owned by Christoper Dems

The aforementioned companies, having failed to appear, they were fined an amount of $5,000.

Administering and inflicting consumer protection and safety regulations, UTC- Utilities and Transportation Commission is the state’s watchdog agency operating within the state. Having no control over interstate moving companies, it ensures that the movers are charging appropriate rates while maintaining their vehicles upto the safety standards and carrying proper insurance.

Moving Company Fined for Breaching Consumer Protection Laws

Having received growing number of grievances in opposition to moving companies, the office of consumer protection director “Eric Friedman” has stated that “Holding someone’s personal goods and memories hostage in exchange for payment of exorbitant fees is inexcusable.”

With that said, a Gaithersburg moving company has also been fined for breaching Montgomery County’s consumer protection law, sources say that the company is operated by Adam Shaikh.

Shaikh has been fined an amount of $3,000 covering six civil citations, stemming from three consumer complaints.

Shaikh, who did business as Big Brothers Moving in Gaithersburg has found breaching some of the laws; the violations included holding goods hostage, failing to say whether a moving estimate was binding or non-binding, perverting services including in estimates and charging extra and misrepresenting online that the company was licensed and insured.