P.S. After my initial posting of this message, I did a search on safersys.org and everything checked out but I'm still a little worried about "Globe Van Lines" showing up on the caller ID......
If I can't get the deposit back, if you all think it's worth it, I'll just cancel and forego the $115.00 in favor of a reputable company!! Let me know... Thanks again for all the advice!
But still send the letter and dispute the charge. They didn't tell you it was non-refundable until AFTER you paid it. Challenge, challenge, challenge!
I think it is illegal to charge a deposit for a move, they will help you.
I also requested my deposit back and she said I'd have to take that up with my credit card company.
Thank goodness for this movingscam website!!
Should I still send a certified letter?
Yes! The secretary is flat out lying to you. What a joke! How could she NOT know the two companies are the same?
I just got off the phone with my credit card company and they said they can't override the nonrefundable policy of the company, even if the company turns out to be a scam company. AAHH!!
I guess I'll take this up with the PUC, and if I've lost the $115 that's better than losing more money or my stuff.
Should I still send Benny's a certified letter?
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