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I am very happy to refer them
It was a real deal! All the times they worked politely and with great respect toward our belongings. The guys never wasted our time. It seemed they were well organized, brought everything whatever they needed to pack and move. Most of the time of move day, they spent on ensuring for the safety of my fragile items. They packed every item in appropriate boxes. There was no damage. They are the best mover I have ever hired. I am very happy to refer them.
Your moving company may give your business to Leadership Logistics
I originally contracted my move through Sentry Van Lines since their online reviews seemed to be good. I received a low estimate ($6323) and made a deposit of $2908 that would not be refundable for a year in the event that I changed my mind and went with another moving company. That detail should have raised a red flag right away. Two days before my move, Henry Stripe (“Quality” from Sentry Van Lines) called and conducted a much more detailed inventory, resulting in an updated estimate of $12,000+. An additional deposit of $2215 was required. I was assured that my moving expenses would not exceed this $12000+ amount and might even be less. What a joke! On the day of the move, “Morris” arrived, added an additional 1300 cubic feet to my bill of lading, and increased my moving cost to $18,4124. Morris demanded $7000 in cash “on the spot”. This final amount was based on a total of 3000 cubic feet of my possessions. At that point, I had no choice but to move forward with the move, as I had a flight booked, job interviews, etc. that could not be postponed.
Morris had rented a 26-foot box truck. That size truck holds only 1611 cubic feet (I googled it). The truck was filled, but a second truck was not required. Furthermore, when my possessions were delivered to a 10 x 30 x 10 storage space, the space was not filled (probably 2/3 filled, at best). If my possessions did indeed occupy 3000 cubic feet of space, why was the storage space not filled to the rafters? If my possessions did indeed occupy 3000 cubic feet of space, why was only one 26-foot box truck required for my possessions? To say that I have been overcharged is an understatement.
After I took delivery on my possessions, I found out that Sentry Van Lines was only the “broker” who secured my business, and that Leadership Logistics was the company that Sentry Van Lines hired to supply the movers to do the job. Morris, as an employee of Leadership Logistics, was the person who overcharged me. As I am sure you have guessed, Diana listened politely to my complaint and told me that Management would be contacting me soon about this issue. That was 10 days ago, and they still have not contacted me – no surprise there. I also corresponded with “Admin” at Sentry Van Lines, who was rude and insulting at first, but later offered to help me with my grievance against Leadership Logistics. It has been 48 hours, and I have not heard from him either.
For those of you out there who, like me, have been the victim of overcharging and deceptive business practices bordering on fraud, please submit consumer complaints to the following agencies:
• United States Department of Transportation
• Your State Department of Consumer Affairs
• Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
• American Moving and Storage Association
• Better Business Bureau
In addition, please post negative consumer reviews on the following websites:
• Yelp (“Leadership Logistics”)
• QQmoving.com (“Leadership Logistics”)
• Leadershiplogisticsinc.com (“Leadership Logistics”)
• Sentry Van Lines (or the van lines company that you hired)
I would also encourage you to contact your local television stations and air your views with the consumer activist on staff. Let’s not allow these dishonest and unethical business practices to continue unchecked. Stand up and make some noise – if for no other reason than to warn other people to avoid these businesses.