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Complaint Review: Nationwide Relocation Services, Aldo Disorbo

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  • Submitted: Wed, November 13, 2002
  • Updated: Wed, October 08, 2003

  • Reported By:deerfield Beach fl
Nationwide Relocation Services, Aldo Disorbo
1700 NW 64th Street Fort Lauderdale, Fl. Fort Lauderdale, Florida U.S.A.

Nationwide Relocation Services, Aldo Disorbo Nationwide nothing more than a corrupted business deceiting both customers & employees! BBB reports based on dues Fort Lauderdale Florida

*Consumer Comment: Nationwide Relocation services strikes again

*0: P.S.

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: Unbelievable!

*UPDATE Employee: Bill, why would you post false information?

*UPDATE Employee: Bill, why would you post false information?

*UPDATE Employee: Bill, why would you post false information?

*UPDATE Employee: Bill, why would you post false information?

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Just call a local moving company to move you!

I am a recent employee of Nationwide Relocation Services. The following is what I recommend all customers to do if they choose to associate with this company. First, DON'T DO IT! Find a local moving company in your area and do the extra work to assure your relocation will be at a affordable cost.

You are paying them a commission sometimes $300-$1000 above what a moving company in your area would charge. Secondly, very few sales people at this company have any knowledge of the moving buisness.

Thier main objective, from personal experience, is to get your credit card deposit, and they will tell you anything you want to hear to do so! Third, ask for references from other customers who have used Nationwide.

They will not give them to you because very few customers want to ever do buisness with Nationwide after thier first encounter. The reason for this is Nationwide will give a low account of your weight to give you a better price, only to charge you 30%-40% per pound more for any additional weight at your destination. Customers who have scheduled pickups were not picked up. Nationwide does not care, because they will get paid and record this as a service failure!

Finally, all that you have read on this report about Nationwide is true. I know the employee who was choked. I know the company owner Aldo Disorbo was in prison for similar buisness tactics he still to this day uses both on customers and employees.

The rebuttals are useless because their Postal contract was just a matter of comming up with the money to pay for that spot.

The Better Buisness reports are again based on paying their dues to be on that report. Employees that are still employed are very disgruntled. I am another employee who was swindled by a unprofessional man who has no clue about GOOD BUISNESS ETHICS!

Customers, stay away from Nationwide Relocation Services! Save money and call a van line in your area! Ex-Employees file a report with the Department of Labor and call your local State Representative. They will assure that the money owed to you will be paid.

Bill
Deerfield Beach, Hawaii

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 11/13/2002 08:00 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Nationwide-Relocation-Services-Aldo-Disorbo/Fort-Lauderdale-Florida/Nationwide-Relocation-Services-Aldo-Disorbo-Nationwide-nothing-more-than-a-corrupted-bus-35018. 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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#1 Consumer Comment

Nationwide Relocation services strikes again

AUTHOR: Alan - (U.S.A.)

Who cares if Bill is a Navy Seal? This site is about rip-offs, which it seems Nationwide/Moving Cost do quite a lot of. We also have been ripped of by them and their litany of subcontracting thieves. Please help us take action in bringing these bastards to justice
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To investigate an individual's history, it would be most helpful to first know the birth name of that individual in question.

Peace
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#3 UPDATE EX-employee responds

Unbelievable!

AUTHOR: Bill - ()

To amuse your curiosity! My military records are Sealed! What is open to public record is what you read! That is all I will say about such a rediculous Rebuttle. I have no need to prove anything to anyone! Those who matter know what I did in the military!

Now, Stick to the facts about an obvious NON PROFESSIONAL Fraudulant operation you call a company. I have notified all the proper organizations and government offices about Nationwide.

I have done what I feel is retribution as a past employee to set the record straight and to ease my own conscience about what is being done to both customers and employees.

I again recommend to all potential customers to look beyond a BBB report and read what is suggested to read in this report.
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#4 UPDATE Employee

Bill, why would you post false information?

AUTHOR: Joe - ()

Bill,

We did nothing wrong to you EVER! Why would you lie to your fellow employees about being in 3 wars as a Navy Seal. Why were you asking for money all the time? We realized that you had drug problem and tried to help you. We even went as far as to tell you that if you got help, you could come back to work for us. You were a good employee and a friend. How could you bad mouth this company? Why would you try to sell you jeep to another employee for 20$? This is a letter from the authentiSEAL team, you should find this very interesting:

Thank you for contacting the AuthentiSEAL Team. We greatly appreciate your interest in upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams, and your search for the TRUTH.

If the name you provided is spelled correctly, we do NOT have a listing in our database for anyone named "H. William Krall. Be aware that I have
also
> examined possible alternate spellings, and names with similar
> pronunciations, based upon the information you provided.
>
> Unless he has undertaken the unlikely action of a full legal name change
> since his claimed service with the SEAL Teams, I can state conclusively
that
> the man named above has NEVER completed SEAL training, and he is not now,
> nor was he ever a Navy SEAL.
>
> If you decide to confront the man regarding his fraudulent claims, you
might
> consider showing this email message to him, and invite him to contact me -
a
> REAL SEAL. I'd be very interested to hear all the details of his claimed
> service as a SEAL. I'm betting I don't hear from him at all.
>
> It is quite common for those making fraudulent SEAL claims - especially
> claims involving extraordinary combat heroics - to cite a "secret"
training
> class or "secret mission" as an explanation for the lack of military
> documentation to back up their stories.
> I would caution you that despite anything the man might have said, there
are
> NO secret SEALs. Before any classified operations may be undertaken, a man
> must first successfully complete the totally unclassified BUD/S Training
> program. There have been and will continue to be secret missions, but
there
> are NO secret SEALs. We know them all.
>
> I also checked a separate database at www.military.com, under "Buddy
> Finder", and found only one listing for a "Hank William Krall", who was in
> fact in the Navy, but apparently didn't make it past Seaman Recruit, or
E-1.
> There is no listing for him as having served in any other branch of
service
> either. I'm absolutely certain he wasn't a SEAL, and taken together with
the
> Military.com information, I suspect he never even finished an enlistment
in
> the Navy.
>
> If you wish to respond to this email message, please use the REPLY TO ALL
> button at the top of your email screen display. By doing so, you will
ensure
> that all of the SEAL Authenticator Team members, including myself, will
> receive a copy of your message. Thank you again for your assistance in
> upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams.
>
> Respectfully,
>
> Shaun
> SDV Team One

If you have any other questions, please call me on the cell, you know the number!!
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#5 UPDATE Employee

Bill, why would you post false information?

AUTHOR: Joe - ()

Bill,

We did nothing wrong to you EVER! Why would you lie to your fellow employees about being in 3 wars as a Navy Seal. Why were you asking for money all the time? We realized that you had drug problem and tried to help you. We even went as far as to tell you that if you got help, you could come back to work for us. You were a good employee and a friend. How could you bad mouth this company? Why would you try to sell you jeep to another employee for 20$? This is a letter from the authentiSEAL team, you should find this very interesting:

Thank you for contacting the AuthentiSEAL Team. We greatly appreciate your interest in upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams, and your search for the TRUTH.

If the name you provided is spelled correctly, we do NOT have a listing in our database for anyone named "H. William Krall. Be aware that I have
also
> examined possible alternate spellings, and names with similar
> pronunciations, based upon the information you provided.
>
> Unless he has undertaken the unlikely action of a full legal name change
> since his claimed service with the SEAL Teams, I can state conclusively
that
> the man named above has NEVER completed SEAL training, and he is not now,
> nor was he ever a Navy SEAL.
>
> If you decide to confront the man regarding his fraudulent claims, you
might
> consider showing this email message to him, and invite him to contact me -
a
> REAL SEAL. I'd be very interested to hear all the details of his claimed
> service as a SEAL. I'm betting I don't hear from him at all.
>
> It is quite common for those making fraudulent SEAL claims - especially
> claims involving extraordinary combat heroics - to cite a "secret"
training
> class or "secret mission" as an explanation for the lack of military
> documentation to back up their stories.
> I would caution you that despite anything the man might have said, there
are
> NO secret SEALs. Before any classified operations may be undertaken, a man
> must first successfully complete the totally unclassified BUD/S Training
> program. There have been and will continue to be secret missions, but
there
> are NO secret SEALs. We know them all.
>
> I also checked a separate database at www.military.com, under "Buddy
> Finder", and found only one listing for a "Hank William Krall", who was in
> fact in the Navy, but apparently didn't make it past Seaman Recruit, or
E-1.
> There is no listing for him as having served in any other branch of
service
> either. I'm absolutely certain he wasn't a SEAL, and taken together with
the
> Military.com information, I suspect he never even finished an enlistment
in
> the Navy.
>
> If you wish to respond to this email message, please use the REPLY TO ALL
> button at the top of your email screen display. By doing so, you will
ensure
> that all of the SEAL Authenticator Team members, including myself, will
> receive a copy of your message. Thank you again for your assistance in
> upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams.
>
> Respectfully,
>
> Shaun
> SDV Team One

If you have any other questions, please call me on the cell, you know the number!!
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#6 UPDATE Employee

Bill, why would you post false information?

AUTHOR: Joe - ()

Bill,

We did nothing wrong to you EVER! Why would you lie to your fellow employees about being in 3 wars as a Navy Seal. Why were you asking for money all the time? We realized that you had drug problem and tried to help you. We even went as far as to tell you that if you got help, you could come back to work for us. You were a good employee and a friend. How could you bad mouth this company? Why would you try to sell you jeep to another employee for 20$? This is a letter from the authentiSEAL team, you should find this very interesting:

Thank you for contacting the AuthentiSEAL Team. We greatly appreciate your interest in upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams, and your search for the TRUTH.

If the name you provided is spelled correctly, we do NOT have a listing in our database for anyone named "H. William Krall. Be aware that I have
also
> examined possible alternate spellings, and names with similar
> pronunciations, based upon the information you provided.
>
> Unless he has undertaken the unlikely action of a full legal name change
> since his claimed service with the SEAL Teams, I can state conclusively
that
> the man named above has NEVER completed SEAL training, and he is not now,
> nor was he ever a Navy SEAL.
>
> If you decide to confront the man regarding his fraudulent claims, you
might
> consider showing this email message to him, and invite him to contact me -
a
> REAL SEAL. I'd be very interested to hear all the details of his claimed
> service as a SEAL. I'm betting I don't hear from him at all.
>
> It is quite common for those making fraudulent SEAL claims - especially
> claims involving extraordinary combat heroics - to cite a "secret"
training
> class or "secret mission" as an explanation for the lack of military
> documentation to back up their stories.
> I would caution you that despite anything the man might have said, there
are
> NO secret SEALs. Before any classified operations may be undertaken, a man
> must first successfully complete the totally unclassified BUD/S Training
> program. There have been and will continue to be secret missions, but
there
> are NO secret SEALs. We know them all.
>
> I also checked a separate database at www.military.com, under "Buddy
> Finder", and found only one listing for a "Hank William Krall", who was in
> fact in the Navy, but apparently didn't make it past Seaman Recruit, or
E-1.
> There is no listing for him as having served in any other branch of
service
> either. I'm absolutely certain he wasn't a SEAL, and taken together with
the
> Military.com information, I suspect he never even finished an enlistment
in
> the Navy.
>
> If you wish to respond to this email message, please use the REPLY TO ALL
> button at the top of your email screen display. By doing so, you will
ensure
> that all of the SEAL Authenticator Team members, including myself, will
> receive a copy of your message. Thank you again for your assistance in
> upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams.
>
> Respectfully,
>
> Shaun
> SDV Team One

If you have any other questions, please call me on the cell, you know the number!!
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#7 UPDATE Employee

Bill, why would you post false information?

AUTHOR: Joe - ()

Bill,

We did nothing wrong to you EVER! Why would you lie to your fellow employees about being in 3 wars as a Navy Seal. Why were you asking for money all the time? We realized that you had drug problem and tried to help you. We even went as far as to tell you that if you got help, you could come back to work for us. You were a good employee and a friend. How could you bad mouth this company? Why would you try to sell you jeep to another employee for 20$? This is a letter from the authentiSEAL team, you should find this very interesting:

Thank you for contacting the AuthentiSEAL Team. We greatly appreciate your interest in upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams, and your search for the TRUTH.

If the name you provided is spelled correctly, we do NOT have a listing in our database for anyone named "H. William Krall. Be aware that I have
also
> examined possible alternate spellings, and names with similar
> pronunciations, based upon the information you provided.
>
> Unless he has undertaken the unlikely action of a full legal name change
> since his claimed service with the SEAL Teams, I can state conclusively
that
> the man named above has NEVER completed SEAL training, and he is not now,
> nor was he ever a Navy SEAL.
>
> If you decide to confront the man regarding his fraudulent claims, you
might
> consider showing this email message to him, and invite him to contact me -
a
> REAL SEAL. I'd be very interested to hear all the details of his claimed
> service as a SEAL. I'm betting I don't hear from him at all.
>
> It is quite common for those making fraudulent SEAL claims - especially
> claims involving extraordinary combat heroics - to cite a "secret"
training
> class or "secret mission" as an explanation for the lack of military
> documentation to back up their stories.
> I would caution you that despite anything the man might have said, there
are
> NO secret SEALs. Before any classified operations may be undertaken, a man
> must first successfully complete the totally unclassified BUD/S Training
> program. There have been and will continue to be secret missions, but
there
> are NO secret SEALs. We know them all.
>
> I also checked a separate database at www.military.com, under "Buddy
> Finder", and found only one listing for a "Hank William Krall", who was in
> fact in the Navy, but apparently didn't make it past Seaman Recruit, or
E-1.
> There is no listing for him as having served in any other branch of
service
> either. I'm absolutely certain he wasn't a SEAL, and taken together with
the
> Military.com information, I suspect he never even finished an enlistment
in
> the Navy.
>
> If you wish to respond to this email message, please use the REPLY TO ALL
> button at the top of your email screen display. By doing so, you will
ensure
> that all of the SEAL Authenticator Team members, including myself, will
> receive a copy of your message. Thank you again for your assistance in
> upholding the honor of the US Navy SEAL Teams.
>
> Respectfully,
>
> Shaun
> SDV Team One

If you have any other questions, please call me on the cell, you know the number!!
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