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Business ManagementMr. Rick Jordensen, General Manager Ms. Andrea Procacina, Office Administrator
Alternate Business NamesFirst City Transport Reliable Services Group
Industry TipsMOVING AND STORAGE
135 Eason Dr
Pooler, GA 31322 (912) 966-0600 Directions
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Complaint: 3 movers were involved with my move Aug 20 2013 because I have a piano. After the move was complete, all 3 movers had walked out of my home after saying is that everything? I said yes, they left, then 2 came back in my home, causing a distraction and leaving doors open (endangering my cats) and stole a box of jewelry that had been in a room that I told them was off limits to them. A police report was filed, the new "inexperienced" detective tried to investigate, and the general manager and the owner are not only unhelpful, but rude, and they refuse to file a claim. All 3 movers have a criminal background, the two who came in to steal have both been fired within the last 2-3 weeks, yet they won't file a claim for me.
Desired Settlement: I would like my jewelry to be replaced or given fair compensation for it.
(Response is also attached in both word and pdf format)
To Whom it may concern:
I am the General Manager with Two Men and a Truck. I am responding to the complaint in reference to the move on 8/20/13. Our customer had her cats locked in a room, therefore the front door being open did not endanger her cats. Our employees have protocol to follow. After we load a truck for transport, and the customer says that we have everything that she wants loaded, our employees are instructed to do a walk-through of the residence to make sure that there is no equipment left or any other items the customer may have forgotten.
The initial complaint from our customer was that a specific employee stole her jewelry, we will call him Mover 1. There was no doubt in her mind that Mover 1 stole those items. I told her that she needed to file a police report and that we would do everything that we could to help with the investigation. After getting the police report from her, she told me that the investigators weren’t going to do anything. I then called the police station myself to give all the information they may need. I was informed by the officer on the phone that the case was not assigned to an investigator yet and until it was, I should not divulge any information. Once contacted by the investigator, I suggested that I bring all three of the movers in to his office for questioning, without prior notice to the movers in question.
Now as she suggests in her complaint, two of the three movers “caused a distraction” to come back into her home (that they had been in for the past 2 hours) after they were done loading up her items to steal a box of jewelry. She said she told them this room was off limits but I do believe we also removed some furniture out of it.
I feel that I did everything that I could do to help with the investigation. After talking to our customer and the investigator many times, the customer showed up at my office confronted Mover 1 and myself. She became very belligerent and hostile using inappropriate language to call me a “**** ***”. I asked her to leave the premises before I called to have her escorted off our property.
We do background checks on all of our employees. They may have had a criminal background but the charges on their record did not disqualify them from obtaining employment with us. Unfortunately, the turnover rate in this business is high: the average employment span of a mover is about 3 to 6 months. Yes, two of the movers are no longer employed with us but were not terminated in any way, shape or form for the event in question.
Until proven guilty or given a reasonable doubt, we are unable to file a claim.
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