On 24 Jan 2013, I signed up for multiple moving quotes through one of the online sites. Superjet Van Lines (Jason) was one of the first companies to contact me. Jason was very prompt and flexible to accommodate my moving needs. Little did I know that it was just to make the sale. After giving me a quote that beat competitors by $500-$1000 that very first day, I decided to book with them. After giving my information for an electronic check, I decided that I was uncomfortable
with how eager Jason was to book me. So I immediately called after giving him the information and told Jason not to cash the check and that I needed more time to think about it. He said sure.
2 days later I saw that they withdrew the deposit ($1700) anyhow. I called Jason that Monday (28 Jan), and he said that it was a mistake and that there was nothing he could do to reverse it. To make me whole, he told me that they would mail me a check. 2 weeks later and the check didn't arrive. I called Jason again on 14 Feb 2013. He asked me for my
address for verification - 589 xxxx. "Oh, I sent it to 588. Oops. I'll cancel that other check and overnight a new check to you at 589 xxxx."
It's been another week and no check. I called Super Jet Van Lines again on 20 Feb - because they NEVER call me to provide updates, and told Jason that he owes me a tracking number so I can find out where this package is. He never called back. I called again on 21 Feb 2013 (from a different number because they know which phone numbers to avoid) and Jason's partner told me that Jason was out and that he would get back to me. I told him that I was going to the police, and he told me that the police couldn't do anything and that it's only going to delay my refund...as if they have already been through this before.
My bank is also investigating them for check fraud.
Use Super Jet at your own risk. Just remember, you get what you pay for.