- Report: #500817
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Complaint Review: Reliable Van Lines
Reliable Van Lineswww.reliablevanlines.com Niles, Illinois United States of America
Reliable Van Lines Chicago Moving Systems, Chase Relocation, ASAP Van Lines, ASAP Van Lines Of Texas, AMPM Moving, Master Movers Moving Company Fraud Credit Card Theft Money Laundering Using Multiple Names Niles, Illinois
*General Comment: Be sure you have the right company...
*Consumer Comment: I beg to differ...
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I have a few nice antique pieces to move to New York and in getting my pricing quotes together I was first contacted by a company called Reliable Van Lines. I liked everything they had to say. The salesman represented their company well and was very polite. I gave him $200 from my credit card to hold the move for me in a few days.
When I received their paperwork in my e-mail the paperwork said something about a Chicago Moving Systems. I was not born yesterday so I got suspicious and decided to speak to a few other movers. The others all informed me of how to do some snooping online. When I did my research what I found was enormous amounts of individual bits of information linking Reliable Van Lines, the company for whom I had given my credit card number, to a host of other companies all known for seedy business practices. In fact much of the information I found suggests this to be the same company. I even found some information on this very ripoff report website.
I got very worried and I am now not able to get a hold of neither of the men I spoke with at Reliable Van Lines. Their names were Dan and Max.
It appears this company is using multiple names which is a technique commonly used in money laundering schemes. The names involved are Reliable Van Lines, Chicago Moving Systems, ASAP Van Lines, ASAP Van Lines Of Texas, AMPM Moving, and Chase Relocation.
The first thing I did was searched their phone number and then got the results. Here is what came up.
Compare the contact phone numbers from these companies from their websites.
They are all the same phone number.
I then did some research using a website called www.movingscam.com which I also found ranking high in a google search result.
This following links came up when i searched this moving scam website which lead me to a whole host of other helpful information which linked the companies together. I couldn't believe what I was seeing.
Now compare these business addresses listed on these links below.
It made me perform a google search of the address of 7007 N. Austin Ave. in Niles, IL and I found the results to be interesting.
This Chicago Movers company also shares the address.
Their website is http://1mastermovers.com/
Chicago Movers also goes by Master Movers and just like the rest shares a terrible reputation as can be seen on the link below.
These guys are all the same company.
ASAP Van Lines is Chase Relocation, who is Chicago Moving Systems, who is AMPM Moving (formerly ASAP of Texas), who also is the unlicensed broker Reliable Van Lines, who is also Chicago Movers (who goes by Master Movers).
I will be contacting my credit card company to try and get my money back. Also filing complaints with the proper authorities. This network must be stopped!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/26/2009 12:23 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Reliable-Van-Lines/Niles-Illinois-/Reliable-Van-Lines-Chicago-Moving-Systems-Chase-Relocation-ASAP-Van-Lines-ASAP-Van-Line-500817. 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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