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All American Moving & Storage

Phone: (614) 224-0077 Fax: (614) 224-9157 3890 Twin Creeks Dr, Columbus, OH 43204

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This company offers commercial and residential moving, storage, and packing material services.  They service both local moving needs, as well and interstate and international moving needs.  They also provide home delivery service for large commercial furniture sellers.

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A BBB Accredited Business since

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Reason for Rating

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Factors that raised the rating for All American Moving & Storage include:

  • Length of time business has been operating
  • Complaint volume filed with BBB for business of this size
  • Response to 7 complaint(s) filed against business
  • Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business

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Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details

7 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 3 closed in last 12 months
Complaint Type Total Closed Complaints
Advertising/Sales Issues 0
Billing/Collection Issues 1
Delivery Issues 1
Guarantee/Warranty Issues 0
Problems with Product/Service 5
Total Closed Complaints 7

Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews

3 Customer Reviews on All American Moving & Storage
Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience 2
Neutral Experience 0
Negative Experience 1
Total Customer Reviews 3

Additional Information

BBB file opened: May 07, 2003 Business started: 04/25/2003 in OH Business incorporated 04/25/2003 in OH
Licensing, Bonding or Registration

This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.

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Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
180 E Broad St, Columbus OH 43215
Phone Number: (800) 686-7826

Type of Entity

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Business Management
Mr. Daniel Dragin, Managing Member Mr. Robert Case, Member Mr. William Case, Member Ms. Dianne Shantery, Administrator
Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Daniel Dragin, Managing Member
Business Category

Moving Assistance - Packing, Unpacking, Organizing Packing & Crating Service Piano & Organ Moving Storage Units - Household & Commercial Packaging Materials Seniors Moving & Delivery Services Delivery Service Movers

Products & Services

All American Moving & Storage sells the following brand(s): We are an agent for Arpin Van Lines for all of our interstate moving services.

All American Moving & Storage offers the following product(s): Boxes, Packing Material

Method(s) of Payment
Cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover
Service Area
All of Ohio & USA
Alternate Business Names
American Moving & Storage, Ltd. Columbus Ohio Movers: All American Moving Prime Agent for Arpin Van Lines
Business Management

Dan Dragin previously operated All Star Moving and Storage, with a business start date of 1995 and a member of our BBB since January 2002. He started American Moving and Storage with new partners.

Industry Tips
Moving in Ohio, Movers, Q & A from the PUCO Renting a Self-Storage Unit - BBB Tips

Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Summary

All American Moving & Storage has received 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 Customer Reviews and a BBB Rating of A+.

BBB Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Overview

Additional Locations

  • 3890 Twin Creeks Dr

    Columbus, OH 43204 (614) 224-0077


BBB Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Overview

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Positive Review 5 points per review
Neutral Review 3 points per review
Negative Review 1 point per review

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A+ 5
A 4.66
A- 4.33
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B 3.66
B- 3.33
C+ 3
C 2.66
C- 2.33
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Complaint Detail(s)

3/6/2015 Delivery Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: This moving company has delivered our parcel to (2) wrong addresses. I don't understand how this happens. We ordered a treadmill and it has been set up and taken down and used by two different households before we even get it. Now instead of a new treadmill, which we paid for, it's coming to us used. Totally unacceptable customer service.

Desired Settlement: No settlement requested

Business Response: This was delivered to the wrong address due to a miscommunication in our warehouse. Instead of delivering a used piece of equipment to our customer, we contacted NVC Logistics and had a new piece delivered in time to make her rescheduled delivery date. Customer received delivery of a new piece and seemed extremely happy.

Business Response: This was delivered to the wrong address due to a miscommunication in our warehouse. Instead of delivering a used piece of equipment to our customer, we contacted NVC Logistics and had a new piece delivered in time to make her rescheduled delivery date. Customer received delivery of a new piece and seemed extremely happy.

Consumer Response: I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.

Consumer Response: I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.

1/20/2015 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: All American Moving and Storage was scheduled to come to my house on Friday, January 2nd to move and assemble a ProForm treadmill. They did not come that day. I have worked hard to follow up with them. They still have not scheduled a date to complete this service.

Desired Settlement: I would like them to come to my house to move and assemble the ProForm treadmill, as contracted and promised.

Business Response: All American Moving was contracted by *** ********* to receive, deliver, and assemble in room of choice, a treadmill for Ms. ********  All American delivered said treadmill to Ms. ******* on 12/30/14, and was asked to assemble in basement.  Delivery team advised treadmill would not fit due to ceiling height in basement, Ms. ******* was insistent that it go down there, so delivery team took down and attempted assembly.  After realizing that the space would indeed not work for her, she requested that we instead put in her bedroom.  She needed time to clear out her room and asked that we come back on a different day.

Our company is contracted by *** ********** who is technically our customer, not Ms. ********  Our company is paid a flat fee to deliver and assemble these units, and a return visit due to circumstances beyond our control is not in our contract.  We are currently waiting on *** to approve additional compensation to return to Ms. *******'s home to move her treadmill up to the second floor and re-assemble.  We sent an email on 1/2/15 to NVC requesting approval on the additional compensation.  On 1/5/15 we were advised they were waiting on the shipper, who likely is who Ms. ******* purchased the treadmill from.  On 1/7/15 we sent a follow up email requesting an update, and received a response stating approval was denied and that they were re-submitting.
We recommend that Ms. ******* contact the company she purchased the treadmill from, or to contact NVC Logistics at 201-767-0911 who coordinates the deliveries for that company.  We have done everything we can in attempts to expedite this matter for Ms. *******, and are happy to schedule the move and reassembly as soon as additional funding has been approved.

Consumer Response: [

All American Moving and Storage never attempted assembly of the treadmill.  The movers told me they would come on Friday to assemble.
I was not "insistent" that the treadmill go in the basement.  I had cleared space in the basement believing the treadmill would fit.  When the movers arrived, I was surprised when they told me it wouldn't fit.  I wasn't sure what to do at first.  The mover said he wanted to show me that it wouldn't fit.  They brought the pieces in & left the pieces in the basement.  I realized I could make it fit in the bedroom but needed to move some furniture.  The mover said he called his manager & got approval to return on Friday to bring the pieces upstairs & assemble them in the bedroom.  I was told before the movers left that this had been approved & they would assemble on Friday.

Business Response: We have received approval from our customer to come back out and assemble the treadmill.  **** ***** will be calling Ms. ******* to schedule.

Consumer Response: I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.

10/26/2014 Billing/Collection Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: On or about May 6th, 2014 - we contracted with All American Moving to complete a short distance residential move of our home, including placing a bedroom suite in storage - **** from All American came out and gave a binding quote on the move itself and an estimated cost of storage. The Quote was $525 approximately for the move (binding, not to change) and the storage monthly was to be $45 with 50% credit for the first 6 months. All American completed the move on or about 5/14/2014 - and took well in excess of the estimated time due to the 2 movers sent being unprepared - but as reiterated at the time of the move - the quote was binding and was a flat rate, not an hourly job. - In June, 2014 - we received a MasterCard statement with charges in excess of one thousand dollars from All American - and called **** for an explanation. **** apologized, citing an employee whom he had recently fired in accounting for the mistake and promised a correction. 30 days later, still no correction and we called again - this time **** was far less helpful and stated it was because the job took longer and denied the binding estimate (which was clearly written as such) as well advising the new storage would be $225 monthly as we had added a couch and a chair to the storage (seems excessively high for 2 pieces adding $180 monthly) - we asked for the correction promised and would arrange to move items from his facility based on the new rates and he denied - forcing a charge back with the Mastercard merchant network. Mastercard upheld our dispute based on the submitted documentation - but **** with All America refuses to release our items or provide a final amount due to release these items from their custody.

Desired Settlement: Release of our items with a complete and full accounting of services provided and the application of payment - **** has refused to correspond via phone, stating only e-mails will be ack nowledged - and has ignored multiple request via e-mail and via USPS to his company.

Business Response: Sorry for the delay in responding to this complaint, as we have been rather busy.  We will provide a formal response tomorrow.

Business Response:

Attachment #1 is a copy of the full estimate provided to Mr. ******** that followed our in home survey of his residence. Please note the the following items that document several misstatements or ommissions by Mr. *********

  1. The estimate for the move was issued on a guaranteed not to exceed basis that provided him a maximum guaranteed amount for the cost of his move.  The move estimate was not binding.  The estimate was for $587.40, plus surcharge.
  2. The guaranteed estimated amount did not include the cost of our surcharge for fuel and protective material that changes weekly based on the governments report for the prior weeks cost of fuel.  This is disclosed in the estimate as running around 7.0%. 
  3. Mr. ******** was provided a separate estimate for his storage costs.  The estimate was to be approximately $45.00 per month for one crate.  This estimate was provided on a non-binding basis.  As such it was clearly stated in the estimate document, that the cost of the storage could have been more or less than the amount provided.
  4. The estimate did not include any terms that stipulated that he would receive 6 months of storage at a 50% discount. Nor did I indicate such terms in the cover message that was used to send the estimate to Mr. *********

Attachments #2 is a pdf of the email I sent Mr. ******** in response to his call for assistance by management.  Please note that the reason our person was "rude" was she had to terminate the call with him due to his verbal insults.

Attachment #3 to an email asserting that we were illegally retaining his items.  Attachment #4 is my last email to Mr. ******** letting him know that I need out accountant to validate in fact were had our credit card transaction reversed through his chargeback action.  Unfortunately our third party accountant  who reconciles our books once per month, was only able to confirm with me this week that the chargeback did occur.  Now that that has been validate we can provide Mr. ******** with the amount of money owed for his move and storage

I have  attached the primary invoice for his initial move into storage.  It explains the costs for which he was charged.  It also shows a $100.10 credit that was issued to his move costs that were the result of his guaranteed maximum move amount. Attached also is on of his monthly invoices that details his storage costs due for the month.  

At any point in time that Mr. ******** wanted to pay for his outstanding balance with us in cash, we would have permitted him the opportunity to move his items out of storage here at All American Moving & Storage.  This could have been done without penalty since his rent is on a month to month basis.  He could have used any other company to move his items as well.  Mr ******** current balance is $811.21.  This is supported by the last attachment that shows his Statement of Account.  At any time in the future that he wants to satisfy his balance outstanding he may move his furniture out as well.

Please let me know if you need further clarification on anything.  We appreciate your patience with preparing this response.  


Consumer Response:

As noted in the first email, the cost of this move was binding. This was agreed, and the terms not changed until 4 months later when All American failed to respond to numerous calls and emails,forcing me to notify the card issuer in an attempt to obtain a merchant response.
Further, all American has failed to account for those disputed charges which they were allowed by the merchant network. The card dispute was initiated for the excess moving and undisclosed storage; however the storage charges were allowed. Only the charge above the binding contract was disallowed. Yet again another attempt by all American to double bill and failure to provide full accounting of their charges.
What remains to be disclosed is a full itemized bill of all cost and payments. Upon receipt of this, we will gladly provide a letter form the credit card to reflect if the accounting is complete and honest, or if All American is back to their dishonest ways AGAIN.

Business Response:

I would like to apologize for the sloppy book keeping with regards to your experience with our company.  Attached is the statement of charges you are requesting, and I would like to explain each of the charges line by line, which should also answer some of the other issues in this last email from you...
Invoice ***** for your move in to your residence and in to our storage facility:  You received a written estimate with a guaranteed not to exceed price of $597.40 plus surcharge of 7.125%, totaling $639.96.  This price was for the items you pointed out during the on-site survey with **** W.  Since some of your items were unable to be moved in to your residence, the entire scope of your move changed, which technically made the "guaranteed price" null and void.  In an effort of reconciliation we honored the "guaranteed price" and adjusted our invoice down from $813.20 to $705.96, which included an additional $66 for warehouse handling of the additional household goods we had to bring in to our storage facility.  
Since we have had difficulty in reaching a mutual understanding, I am going to stick strictly to the terms on the estimate provided to you.  Since the additional $66 for warehouse handling was not a contingency written in your estimate, I will waive that charge.  You will see the corrected invoice on the revised statement.
Invoice ***** is the amount of your monthly storage fees for May ($106) divided in half since your items came in to storage mid-way through the month.  I understand that you dispute your storage charges, but your estimate clearly states that storage is non-binding, and since we are conceding on the moving portion of your charges, we must stick to the terms of our agreement and charge for storage accordingly.
Your payment of $813.20 reflects the original amount of your move invoice at the point when we were not honoring the "guaranteed" pricing.  As is noted on the original statement, we subsequently adjusted your move invoice down to $705.96, which resulted in a credit on your account with us in the amount of $107.24.  
You will then see storage billing in the amount of $131.15, which is the corrected amount after determining the that you had a "double skid" and not a "single skid" - a difference of $16.  Although our new Administrator did the correct thing by charging you accordingly, I will also concede this additional amount in an effort of reconciliation and to streamline the charges.  You will see this adjustment as well on the revised statement.
And finally you will see the chargeback you initiated for $525 which was recorded on 8/1.
Your final revised statement shows charges owing of $659.21, which we must receive in cash or certified check in order to release your household goods.  Please note that additional charges will be incurred if you would like our company to deliver your items, for which we can provide you with a binding estimate.  If you prefer to pick up your items from our warehouse, there will be a $33/man hour handling charge to engage in the transfer to another party, as all items will need to be removed from their storage crates, unwrapped, and inventory checked off to document that all items stored will have been properly received by you or your representative.
Again, you have my apologies on the bookkeeping with regards to your account.  It was confusing to say the least.

10/4/2013 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: I hired them for my move a couple of weeks ago. They showed up 6 1/2 hours late. They sent people from a temp agency that took 7 hours to move my two bedroom apartment. I had my wedding band stolen, as well as gift cards and a check book from my dresser. They ripped my new mattress. They have refused to do anything about the problem, and then they charged my credit card for $300 over the amount they were supposed to. They said they would not charge me anything until after they took care of the damages to my items and my stolen wedding ring.

Desired Settlement: I would like a settlement for my stolen wedding band, damage to the mattress, and lost time for dealing with this problem over two weeks. We also have scrapes in the wall of our new house, our mattress was ripped, we had two damaged bookshelves, two bedroom lamps were ripped, and the back of our washing machine was damaged.

Business Response: I am sorry that things did not go as planned with respect to your relocation.  There are numerous issues surrounding your complaint, so I will attempt to address each of them one by one, in some chronological manner…   ·         Yes we did show up 6.5 hours late.  There was a major gas leak in our multi-tenant warehouse, resulting in a complete evacuation of the building early in the morning.  Since all of our information regarding all of our jobs, keys to our trucks, etc. was inside, we had a late start.  There was a job scheduled before yours, with the itinerary of moving one college student from his fraternity house to his apartment.  That job turned in to moving 3 college students from a very difficult origin location.  Our supervisor should have alerted us early on, and we could have refused moving the other two, but we were not alerted in time.  We did end up locking all of their items in the truck for delivery the next day, and retrieving an empty truck so we could get to your job a little bit sooner.  Our second crew member was unable to work past 6pm, so we were down to one mover (all of our other staff were still working, or had left for the day).  Our only options at this point were to either cancel on you, or retrieve temporary worker(s).  We thought the better option was to not cancel on you and stick by our commitment.  We also opted to retrieve 2 temporary workers as opposed to 1 (since your job only called for 2 movers) due to the late start time. ·         You mention that we are charging you more than our estimate, but you seem to have forgotten that you called in and asked to add 30-40 boxes to your move that you did not include in your online inventory which generated your estimate.  This was documented on our Bill of Lading which was signed by you on the day of the move.  Also please keep in mind that we credited you in its entirety the charge for the third mover (temporary worker) we opted to add to the manpower that evening as a courtesy for the delay. With regards to the alleged theft you are claiming, we have been fully responsive to this issue.  The day after your move I sent an email out to you and our insurance agent informing him of the alleged theft, so that he could notify the bond company.  We also instructed you to file a police report, and that we would cooperate fully with respect to this alleged incident.  The police officer has contacted us and we have given him all of the requested information.  The email we received yesterday from our insurance agent is as follows…”I have forward the below email to **** Insurance regarding the Employee Dishonesty Third Party issue.  **** has advised  the following:  “In order for Mr. ******* to get paid for the loss of his wedding band and gift cards, he must file a criminal complaint and prove that these items were stolen by one of All American Moving & Storages’ employees (the person must be convicted).”  Please forward the police report when received.  Your help is appreciated.” We intend to be no less than fully cooperative with respect to this situation, so please let us know if there is anything else we can do moving forward. With regards to your attempts to get a hold of ***** for the last several days, your email was sent on Labor Day – a day we give off to all of our employees, and ***** did not work over the weekend.  Hopefully this explains the lack of responsiveness. I did receive your pictures of the damaged items, but some of them are hard to discern what they are. Would you please provide a description of each item and the damage incurred so we can address them. Lastly, I am sorry that you were given the impression that we would not be charging you until after the stolen items and your mattress were taken care of.  An allowance for your mattress was credited off of your invoice, so that was taken care of at the time of charge.  With regards to the theft issue, this is now out of our hands outside of cooperating with everyone involved.  As with any crime there is due process involved, and it has not been proven that our company had anything to do with the alleged theft.  This does not discount the fact that we did indeed complete your move.

8/8/2013 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: All American Moving and Storage was hired to move my home from a storage locker into our new home on February 8, 2013. Due the the three employees that were sent to execute the move, not ffollowing the Policies and Procedures which ***** at All American stated exist to avoid damage, three mattresses and furniture, lamps and other items were damaged beyond repair. I have made over 100 calls to ***** to no avail. Here it is almost 5 months later and I still have no redolutiin or return calls from *****. As a consumer one would think that its emoyees would follow the measures layed out to avoid damage, that was not the case here. I have not received any resolution from this company at all, and now have damaged items sitting, unused as a result of pure negligence. Per ***** own admission " I have no doubt that these emoyees damaged your mattresses. Two of them were not dressed for the weather and are no longer working here." I received a call today 06/ 13/13 from the company that was billed to repair some damage, informing me that they have yet to be paid by All American Moving for their work.

Desired Settlement: I either want reimbursement for the replacement of the items or go to Arbitration with this company.

Business Response: I apologize for not responding to this complaint as of yet.  I was on vacation from 6/11 through 6/18 and am playing "catch up". It is our understanding that all damage issues have been resolved except for the damage to a mattress.  We provided two options to Ms. ******* with regards to this mattress:  Since Ms. ******* released her goods in to our control at the state minimum liability protection of $0.60/lb, we offered her $60 reimbursement based on 100lb mattress as option 1.  Option 2 was that we have a very nice king mattress in our warehouse that we offered to deliver to her as a full replacement.  Ms. ******* seemed very pleased with the second offer, but wanted us to check it again to make sure it would be an acceptable replacement.  Our Operations Manager ***** **** went out to check on the mattress and confirmed it was in almost new condition, and left a message for Ms. ******* to arrange for delivery.  ***** never heard back from Ms. *******. Both offers are still open to Ms. *******, but based on the communication difficulties we have had with her, we prefer her to come to our warehouse to inspect and approve the mattress prior to delivering out to her.

Consumer Response: I have made over 75 phone call attempts to Mr. ***** ***** to no avail. The statement implicating that All American Moving and Storage has had issues with reaching me is not only false it borders on slanderous as I have made all communication attempts to resolve this issue with *****. . All American Moving is inaccurate in stating all issues have been resolved less the mattress, as there was damage to lamps x2 which they never addressed. This issue is a result of pure negligence and lack of their staff following their own own policies and procedures set forth by their company to avoid damaging customers property.  The move took place on 2/8/13, if All American were diligent in attempting to resolve this issue it would not be almost 5 months after the fact. I can assure you that as the customer that has been wronged by All American Moving, I am not going to wait 5 months without due diligence in attempting to contact the company on a a consistent and regular basis. It appears as though All American does not respect its customers nor the companies in which they contract to repair damaged items, as I received a call from the company they contracted to repair my furniture the week of 6/10/13, informing me that there is an outstanding balance due from All American Moving for my furniture repair and they too have have failed to received any return calls from . All American Moving has also failed to pay another company in which they hired to provide cleaning services to their office and warehouse. Not only do they treat their customers poorly they treat other companies in which they contract for services poorly as well. I informed ***** that as a Registered Nurse I had extreme concerns about using a mattress that was previously used by strangers. With Bed Bugs of epidemic proportions in Central Ohio as well as rodent feces and other health related issues associated with storing a fabric mattress in a warehouse that, it would be very unsanitary at minimum. I am in this situation not because of an accident or due to some unforseen circumstances  beyond the control of All American, I am in this situation due to nothing less than 100% negligence on the part of All American Moving and Storage's employee's negating to follow their own company's policies and procedures that are set forth to avoid damage to their customers' personal property. I do not accept that I should be financially penalized because their staff made the choice to drag  my mattresses across the ground instead of using appropriate equipment or even each other to carry the items. All American Moving and Storage has an obligation to use due diligence in taking care of the property that has been entrusted to them, and that they did not do. I am not the company, I am the paying customer and consumer it is not my responsibility to go to their warehouse and take time away from my employer who pays me to work for them and NOT TO WORK for All American Moving and Storage to look at an unsanitary, unhealthy used mattress. At this point, I am not accepting either option posed to me by All American Moving and Storage, either they replace the damaged items or I elect to go to Arbitration. 

Business Response: At this point we will be handling the remainder of this claim (mattress and lamp) as per the attached Bill of Lading.  You will see at the top right corner the customer initialed that they "...accepts reimbursement for the property to be no more than $0.60/ per pound per article...".  You will also see that they signed at the bottom of the document at the start and end of the job, agreeing to all terms and conditions.

We have paid well over our legal liability for repairs to this customers' damaged furniture, and were attempting to go over and above with a replacement mattress, which the customer seemed to be very happy with at the time of the offer.  We made a call to set up delivery and never heard back from this customer, up until this complaint.

We believe this customer to be unreasonable and irreconcilable, and will no longer attempt to provide anything other than what was agreed upon by them, in writing, as per the attached document.  So at this point we will compensate the customer at our legal liability only.  It appears based on their rebuttal that they will not be satisfied with this final offer.  As per our membership guidelines we will attend a mediation/arbitration if that is where this goes.

Consumer Response: I have made multiple attempts to contact Mr. ***** ***** to resolve this issue persistently for almost 5 months. For All American Moving and Storage to state in writing, that I am being not only unreasonable but have been unreachable is not only an outright lie, it is testimonial to the lengths at which All American Moving and Storage will go to avoid accepting any accountability for the actions of their employees, but also speaks volumes as to what they think and how they view their clients and the lack of professionalism with which they conduct their business. I made a final attempt to contact Mr. ***** on the day I submitted my concern to the Better Business Bureau. I spoke with a female named *****, she stated Mr. ***** was out in the Warehouse, I left a message with ***** including my name and work contact information again, requesting Mr. ***** returns my call that day, he did not. It is not unreasonable for a consumer and paying customer to presume the company we hired would use reasonable care and due diligence in handling and moving our personal property once it was in their possession. As a consumer, one presumes that the employees are going to follow company policy and procedures to avoid unnecessary damage to a customer's personal property. Again, this is not an issue of an unavoidable act of nature, an accident or unforseen event, this is the result of pure disregard for a customer's property and failure of a company's employees to follow company protocol. Mr. ***** knows in his heart his lack for returning my calls, as well as what he has stated to me when I was able to communicate with him. I am totally disheartened not only the blatant lies that All American Moving and Storage has manufactured to avoid accepting accountability and responsibility for its own employees, but also for the total lack of respect they have for their customers. I am quite sure that the owner of All American Moving and Storage or Mr. ***** would not be willing to sleep on a total stranger's used mattress that has been stored in a warehouse with rodents. I am more than willing to go to arbitration at this point for a resolution to an issue which has not been resolved in almost 5 months, not due to my unreasonable behavior or lack of availability to receive communications from All American Moving and Storage, but due to All American Moving and Storage disregarding, ignoring and avoiding my phone calls to Mr. Woods.

Business Response: We are happy to reimburse this customer for the two remaining items at our legal liability of $0.60/lb per article.  We plan to stick by the agreement this customer signed with our company - at this point and during arbitration.  We have done all we can in our attempts at pleasing this customer.  I will wait to hear back when arbitration is scheduled.

Consumer Response: Per the response that I have submitted to the Better Business Bureau on Tuesday June 25, 2013, rejecting the response from All American Moving and Storage, I respectfully request additional time to obtain documents pertinent to my claim that All American Moving and Storage has not made attempts to contact me. Since All American Moving and Storage has operating business hours the same as my employer, calls by me were made from my employer's phone. As a result I have requested from my Supervisor a phone log associated with my work phone. My employer has confirmed that they will pull the phone log, but it must come from our Corporate office, resulting in the need for additional time beyond July 1, 2013. I respectfully request the Better Business Bureau to allow additional time to obtain the documents needed to attach to this claim.

Consumer Response:

I am still in the process of waiting for my emoyer, ****** of Ohio to pull phone records. They have not sent them from corporate to date. All American Moving and Storage has not met their contractual obligations as they have not provided eitber the miney for the damage nor replacement. To date and even prior to this filing they provided no physical resolution. I am off work today due to surgery, but will check with my Supervisor tomorrow to see if she received the phone log. I do need extra tima as I must wait on my company.

Consumer Response:

I have had energency surgery on Monday and have not been back to work. I will submit the calks I have from my phine and pictures. I am going to be on FMKA for 8 weeks. If you need to close the case, do what you must do. I know what the company did, how the neglected to care for our belongings and then lied to put the bkame on me. I am not one to complain just for the saje of it. I feel wronged, but can not help my current situation. Please let ne know if you would like the data I possess.

6/21/2013 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: I hired this company to move my apartment belongings to my new dwelling (4-27-13) and had a good overall satisfaction with the actual move. However, after several failed attempts by email and phone messages I still haven't received the procedure for how to get my chair that was damaged either repaired or replaced. I even paid extra for additional insurance coverage to insure that any items damaged would be covered. At the end of the move Mr. *********** said I would be receiving a call regarding getting the chair assessed for repair. In all of my inquiries I've been redirected to voicemail repetitively. The only response I have received was an e-mail to call. As previously stated, I called and again was sent to voicemail. The correspondence has been poor right from the beginning and truly that should have been a red flag for me to hire another company. At this point i just want my chair fixed and cleaned or the replacement value if repair can not be satisfactorily done.

Desired Settlement: Chair to be fixed and cleaned (shrink wrap or material used discolored fabric), or value to replaced reimbursed. Thank you.

Business Response: After speaking with our Operations Manager (who handles all damage claims), he is not aware of any issues with this customer.  We have recently let go of our estimator who handled ***** *******'s job, and we also transitioned to a new Administrator at about the same time we performed ***** *******'s job.  It is possible that the messages were never forwarded on to ***** to handle, as I do believe him that he is not aware of the situation.  Although it is with good intention, unfortunately our movers do not always communicate with management with respect to certain things they may promise our customers.  I'm not sure exactly where the issue lies within our company with respect to this lack of communication, but I would nonetheless like to move forward and handle this damage claim as soon as possible.

We are in ***** *******'s neighborhood on Monday's, Thursday's, Friday's, and Saturday's between the hours of 8:30am and 12:30pm.  We will need at least 2 days notice to schedule a pickup so that we may perform the repair.  We ask that ***** ******* either respond through this medium with the most convenient day, or call ***** ****, Operations Manager, at ###-###-#### to set this up.

Again, I sincerely apologize for the lack of communication on our part, and the frustration we have caused to this customer.

Consumer Response: I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID *******, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me. 

6/13/2013 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: This company was hired to help me move. The movers showed up 2 hours late (I was told they would be there between 8-9am and they showed up at 1045am), and the move took twice the time I was quoted (4 hrs vs 2 hrs). I have a large custom built curio cabinet that I specifically told the movers was very important to me and I asked that they take special care when moving it. They took it apart even though I asked them not to, and loaded it in the truck. When we got to the new location, they opened the back of the truck and the curio cabinet hadn't been properly secured and had fallen over in the truck. The guys moved the cabinet into the house and we looked it over and didn't immediately see any damage. After the movers finished and left, I noticed that there is damage to the top of the curio cabinet. I immediately called All American and left a message explaining the situation and asking someone to call me back. After getting no response, I called again on Monday and left a message with the woman who answered the phone after she told me the person I needed to speak with was on lunch. After not hearing back, I called again and spoke with the Operations Manager who said he wanted to have his warehouse manager come out and assess the damage. I agreed and he said he would call me back within two days. Again, he did not call me back, and after leaving another message for him, I still have not heard back several days later.

Desired Settlement: After receiving a quote from the cabinet maker who built the cabinet of $200 to fix the damage, I would like All American to reimburse me this amount.

Business Response: Dear *** *********

I am sorry that we did not promptly call you back with regards to your damaged curio cabinet.  It was not our intention to ignore you or this issue.  We have a professional furniture repair and restoration technician on staff, and would like to send him to your residence to evaluate and repair your damaged cabinet.

As per the Public Utilities Commission, the body that governs our industry, invoices for service rendered must be paid in full prior to processing any claims.  We see that you have disputed your charges with the credit card company you used to pay for your move.  If you would please mail us a cashiers check for the balance of $297.55, we will be happy to schedule our restoration technician to repair your cabinet.

Thank you,

****** * ******

Consumer Response: I am rejecting this response because: I do not see anything in PUCO's documentation online outlining that the moving company has a right to fully collect fees before addressing a customer's complaint regarding damage done to personal property.  I will not pay for the moving charges until we have resolved the issue regarding the damage that was done.  


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Business Response: Please see our attached Bill of Lading, signed by *** ********.  The third bullet point down from the Valuation Protection portion (top right) states “Invoices for service rendered must be paid in full before any claims can be processed”.  At this point we are enforcing this provision in our contract, and are requesting to be paid in full with a cashiers check.  Once payment is remitted, we will be happy to address *** *********s damage issue.

Thank you,

****** * ******

Consumer Response: I have reviewed the response made by the business and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.  I will contact ******** and remove the dispute from the transaction.  I expect to hear from All American Moving & Storage as soon as they receive payment.


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