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I signed up to be a moving helper, on movinghelper.com which you can find through uhaul's website. I did a couple moving jobs then I was wondering where my payment was so I contacted moving helper and they told me that my direct deposit did not work so I made sure I had the right info for my account and I waited for payment again and, NOTHING. So I contacted then through email and I asked about payment and they told me they will have to pail me a check so I said "fine" I never received any checks. So I contacted moving helpers again and they advised me to select a different payment method so I elected to recieve their payment card. So I waited and waited everyday and checked the mail for the paymet card and it never showed up. SO I contacted moving helper again and I was told to contact the 3rd party paycard service so I called them. The card service told me they never received a request to send me a card. So once again I contacted moving helper sometimes they reply and sometimes they dont. I then put in a new checking account number for a direct deposit to see if this other account will receive the funds from moving helpers, guess what? NOTHING. So by this time I was pretty upset because I had been working for about a month for moving helper for free with no pay. So I send them a nasty email which I think anyone would do because no one likes to work for free. So after the nasty email thy cancelled my moving helper account and I was told that they will not do business with me. I didnt care because I didnt want to work for free anyway. BUT I still wanted my money for th work I did previously so I contacted moving helper and asked if I was ever going to get paid the money they owe me. They replied telling me that I need to send them all the job numbers and all the job completion codes. Why would I need to do this when I had already completed the jobs and submitted my completed job codes for payment. Here is how moving helper works. Once you sign up to become a moving helper, Customers go on movinghelper.com and request your service. You call that customer and confirm the moving dates and ask what time to show up ect. Once you complete the move, the customer gives you this payment code and you take that code and go on movinghelper.com and submit that code and within 2-3 business days you should have that money direct deposited into your bank account. Well after each job I submitted my codes as I was supposed to do and I never received payment for any of the jobs. Now they wont pay me and they cancelled my account for asking over and over for my money. What kind of business is this? They wont talk to moving helpers on the phone, I was even hung up on when I called to make a complaint on 7/23/2013. I would like for others who have done work for moving helper to speak up and lets get our money. Moving jobs are not easy, its very hard work and to not get paid for it is just rediculous. I even have helpers that helped me and they keep asking me for their money. Movinghelper.com is a scam. You can find them through uhauls website or goto movinghelper.com. I would not recommend becoming a moving helper for these guys unless you want to work for free.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/23/2013 12:59 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Moving-helper/internet/Moving-helper-Moving-helper-does-not-pay-the-movers-Internet-1069428. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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