• Report: #1067311
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Titanium Transport

  • Submitted: Mon, July 15, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, July 15, 2013

  • Reported By: Carol — Montgomery Louisiana
Titanium Transport
Sevierville, Tenn. Internet USA

Titanium Transport Titanium Transport is a SCAM, RIPOFF, DISHONEST, NEEDS TO BE SHUT DOWN! Internet Nationwie

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I found Titanium Transport when looking for a car hauler to transport my car from Louisiana to Arizona.  They submitted a quote for $775.00 with the promise my car would be picked up between 1 and 10 days.  They insisted on a $200.00 deposit with the balance of $575.00 due when my car arrived in Arizona.  This company insists that you pay by bank check and the reason is you can not stop payment or dispute a bank check.  The only way you can get a refund is by Titanium Transport.  I booked and paid the $200.00 deposit to Titanium Transport on July 2, 2013.  I called and emailed but never received any responses.  On July 14th I received a call stating they would not be able to transport my car for the price they quoted and I was stupid to think it was even possible for them to transport my car for only $775.00.  They said they could get it done for $1,300.00.  When I stated that Titanium Transport is the ones who quoted me the price and if they  couldn't do it for the quoted price then they needed to refund me my $200.00 since they are the ones who could not fullfill the contract.  The representative then said the $200.00 was a non-refundable brokerage fee.  When I stated the contract said it was a Deposit and the balance was due upon delivery.  There was nothing in the contract stating the $200 was a brokerage fee.  Then he got really nasty and said to report them if I was unhappy.  He said Titanium Transport was a "Big Dog" in the car hauling business and I couldn't touch them.  When he started getting really angry I terminated the phone call.  Ten minutes later I received a call from someone who said they were a car hauler and not associated with Titanium but he was calling from the same area code....Da!  He offered to haul the car for $1300.00, then $950.00, and then $900.00.  I said if Titanium couldn't honor the quoted price of $775.00 I was not interested and would end up delivering the car myself.  Titanium Transport will not answer phone calls, return emails, or return phone messages.  This company is a total SCAM and a RipOff and needs to be stopped.  If you have been ripped off by this company file a complaint against them at consumeraffairs.com, transportreviews.com, bbb.org, and centraldispatch.com.  Lets band together and put this company OUT OF BUSINESS!

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