Mover's scam

Moving company is extorting us for additional fees on top of fees higher than we were quoted. We have been expressly informed that if we do not sign their credit card authorization form, we will never see our stuff


Asked over 3 years ago in Sooke, British Columbia
Categories: Contracts  Civil Litigation  Small Claims

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Mike C Stewart, P.Eng

Answer by Mike C Stewart, P.Eng

VerifiedBritish Columbia lawyer

Of course they cannot do this and you can sue them. How much was the contract for and how much were the additional fees?

Posted over 3 years ago

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