- Report: #276072
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Complaint Review: National Relocation / Ferrari Movers / Fox Transport Adjustment
National Relocation / Ferrari Movers / Fox Transport AdjustmentNationwide, Florida U.S.A.
National Relocation / Ferrari Movers / Fox Transport Adjustment Never compensated for several hundred dollars of damage, disconnected their phone lines, etc. Nationwide Florida
*Author of original report: Update to Rebuttal #2
*Author of original report: Update to Rebuttal
*Consumer Comment: Fox Transit Complaint
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We signed an order with National Relocation, who sub-contracted I guess you would say with Ferrari Moving.
So many nicks, cuts, bumps, and chips to name. Filed a report and after several months of non-communication, delay tactics, changing requirements for filing, I threatened to sue. Then we received a letter from the adjustment company (Fox Transit Adjustment - Barbara Anne Fox, Elizabethtown, PA - 717-367-6982) that she approved $567 to be paid out and was informing Ferrari Movers.
After waiting a few weeks for the check but not receiving one, I called her back and heard the dreaded sound that the number has been disconnected. We then called Ferrari Movers at 321-443-5512 and heard the same, the number had been disconnected. I guess they must disconnect their numbers about every 3 months so they can't be tracked down.
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/26/2007 10:22 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/National-Relocation-Ferrari-Movers-Fox-Transport-Adjustment/Nationwide-Florida/National-Relocation-Ferrari-Movers-Fox-Transport-Adjustment-Never-compensated-for-seve-276072. 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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