- Report: #353020
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Complaint Review: Nationwide Relocation Services, Inc.
Nationwide Relocation Services, Inc.6245 Powerline Rd, Suite 202 Fort Lauderdale, Florida U.S.A.
Nationwide Relocation Services, Inc. Nationwide Relocation Services Ripoff! Fort Lauderdale Florida
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President: Aldo Disorbo
6245 Powerline Rd, Suite 202
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33309
Phone: 888-750 6683
Fax: 954-958 2219
I am very angry and want Nationwide Relocation Services to pay for all the grief they have caused me. Here is my story. I hired Nationwide on May 2nd, 2008. They were to move my packed belongings from Detroit Lakes, MN to Denton, Tx on July 6 or 7th. They wanted a $743.48 deposit. I paid via credit card.
I made arrangements to fly back to MN to meet the truck and pack boxes. I talked to them on July 1st - they said everything was a go. I talked to them on July 5th and gave them a box total and verified that the truck was still coming either Sunday or Monday. They assured me it would be there. On Monday July 7th, I started making phone calls - they had never called to confirm a pickup time.
Nobody called me back until July 8. They told me they didnt have a carrier for me. I told them they were in breach of contract they agreed and offered me my money back and a $100.00 for the inconvenience. I told them I didnt want my money back or their lousy $100.00. I wanted a truck and did not have time to look for another mover. (I should have ran with it) I also informed them that there was someone moving into the apartment on July 15th - I had to have my things out of there.
On July 9th I had to fly back to TX, they assured me that a truck would be there in a few days - still no truck! When I got home (to an empty apartment), they informed me that they had NEVER had a truck for me. I told them that they had had adequate time to find a truck. I had to have my stuff out of there. I lost my damage deposit because I wasn't out of the apartment on time.
Fortunately for me the landlord let me use the garage and did not force me to put my things in storage. I had to hire people to move my belongings to the garage. And my things are still in the garage! I had to hire someone to clean the apartment, as it was full of my things when I had to leave for TX.
After many, many phone calls on July 15th I told them that they were never going to get me a truck and I wanted my deposit back. They told me it would be applied to my credit card by Friday the 18th of July. It's not there and I called my credit card company today to dispute the charges.
I am now waiting for a response and since then have hired Atlas Van Lines to move my things. I hope this company works out. I believe as a group we can force them to pay for what they have done to us. National TV, Attorney Generals office or any other avenue we can use! Anyone who has a complaint about this company should also go to (((link redacted))). If we get enough people together maybe we can stop them from stealing from the public. They deserve it!
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This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/18/2008 10:04 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Nationwide-Relocation-Services-Inc/Fort-Lauderdale-Florida-33309/Nationwide-Relocation-Services-Inc-Nationwide-Relocation-Services-Ripoff-Fort-Lauderdal-353020. 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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