• Report: #26627

Complaint Review: United Express Moving Systems, dba Fastrak Movers

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  • Submitted: Sat, August 10, 2002
  • Updated: Sat, September 30, 2006

  • Reported By:knoxville tn
United Express Moving Systems, dba Fastrak Movers
9819 Glen Oaks Blvd, Sun Valley, California U.S.A.

United Express Moving Systems, dba Fastrak Movers HOLDING EVERYTHING WE OWN dirty ripoff liars Sun Valley California

*Consumer Comment: David Moyal

*Consumer Suggestion: Yout stuff is gone

*Consumer Suggestion: Knowing your rights in a move

*Consumer Suggestion: Hope This Is Helpful

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Please help. We have moved from CA to TN. United Express Moving Systems, dba Fastrak Movers 9819 Glen Oaks Blvd, Sun Valley CA 818.504.1844 quoted us a price of $.50 per pound to move us. They have only guess-t-mated the weight and are refusing to weigh our belongings for an actual price.

The price quoted was 50 cents per pound and after they loaded out belongings onto their truck and they now say that we have to pay $6502.00 from the orginal $3000 estimated price. They have everything we own and we do not know what to do. Should we pay?

We have everything to lose. I want them to weigh the shipment for an actual price. PLEASE HELP. We are quickly running out of money, and again, they have everything we own and are refusing to weigh the truck. They are holding us hostage. Thank you for your time. This is AMERICA and I believe that we have rights.

We are desperate!

Karen
Knoxville, Tennessee

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 08/10/2002 10:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/United-Express-Moving-Systems-dba-Fastrak-Movers/Sun-Valley-California-91352/United-Express-Moving-Systems-dba-Fastrak-Movers-HOLDING-EVERYTHING-WE-OWN-dirty-ripoff-l-26627. 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

David Moyal

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

His name is David Moyal, and his new company is called Eden Relocation. That company's address, according to the CA Secretary of State Corporations database, is:

6506 CAPISTRANO AVE
WEST HILLS, CA 91307

This is a house, probably David's. The Agent for Service of Process, should anyone need to send legal paperwork their way, is:

JOHN R SPEIDEL
925 N GAREY AVE
PAMONA, CA 91767

Eden Relocation is continuing with the same ethics they used with UEMS.
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#2 Consumer Suggestion

Yout stuff is gone

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

Sorry to break this to you love, but your stuff has probably already been stolen. My family and I just moved to S. Carolina from California, and we found out they burned a large portion of our things in our backyard just days after we left the state. Basically anything they can't sell they destroy. Sue them if you like, they have about three different names, so you'll never get them into court. Your best bet is to sue the actual owner. I think his name is David Moyer, but I'd have to double check that. Call the LAPD, they already have a file on this guy. Scary isn't it, the things people can get away with.
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#3 Consumer Suggestion

Knowing your rights in a move

AUTHOR: Candice - ()

Hope this helps.

Inspector General Mead again urged consumers to learn more about their rights through the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's web site at ://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/factsfigs/rights.htm. Anyone who believes they have been victimized can call the FMCSA s toll free consumer hotline at 1-888-DOT-SADFT (1-888-368-7238).

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#4 Consumer Suggestion

Hope This Is Helpful

AUTHOR: Tina - ()

If charges are to be based upon weight of the shipment, the mover is required to weigh the shipment, Unless your shipment weighs less than 1,000 pounds and can be weighed on a warehouse platform scale, the mover is required to determine the weight of your shipment by one of the following processes.



Origin Weighing - If your shipment is weighed in the city or area from which you are moving, the driver is required to weigh the truck on which the shipment is to be transported before coming to your residence. This is called the tare weight. At the time of this first weighing, the truck may already be partially loaded with one or more other shipments. This will not affect the weight of your shipment. The truck should also contain pads, dollies, hand trucks, ramps, and other equipment normally used in the transportation of household goods shipments. After loading, the truck will be weighed again to obtain the loaded weight, called the gross weight. The net weight of your shipment is then obtained by subtracting tare weight from the gross weight.



Destination Weighing - The mover is also permitted to determine the weight of your shipment at the destination at the time of unloading. The fact that a shipment is weighed at the destination instead of at the origin will not affect the accuracy of the weight of your shipment. The most important difference is that the mover will not be able to determine the exact charges on your shipment before it is unloaded. Destination weighing is done in reverse to origin weighing. After arriving in the city or area to which you are moving, the driver will weigh the truck, with your shipment loaded on it to obtain the gross weight before coming to your new residence to unload.



After unloading your shipment, the driver will again weigh the truck to obtain the tare weight. The net weight of your shipment will then be obtained by subtracting the tare weight from the gross weight. Each time a weighing is performed, the driver is required to obtain a weight ticket showing the date and place of weighing and the weight obtained. The ticket must also have your name and shipment number entered on it along with the I.D. numbers of the truck.



The ticket must be signed by the person who performed the weighing. If both the empty (tare) and loaded (gross) weighings are performed on the same scale, the record of both weighings may be entered on one weight ticket. At the time the mover gives you the freight bill to collect the charges, a copy of every weight ticket relating to your shipment must accompany your copy of the freight bill.



You have the right to observe every weighing. The mover is required to inform you of the specific location of each scale that will be used and to allow you a reasonable opportunity to be present. If you desire to observe either or both of the weighings, you should tell the mover at the time the order of service is prepared or, in any event, before the day of your move. This will enable the mover to contact you before the weighing to advise you of the location of the scale.
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