February 8th, 2016

New Jersey Sting

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs (NJDCA) deserve an award! In the past they have been very successful at undercover sting operations targeting rouge movers, here and here for example.

However, the NJDCA most recent sting was a real doozy netting 21 unlicensed public movers and five arrests on outstanding warrants. In addition, the Mobile Safety Freight Unit of the New Jersey State Police found 95 violations during mechanical inspections of the moving vans and trucks.

The Notice of Violation issued to each unlicensed public mover carries a civil penalty of $2,500 which is reduced to $1,250 if they become licensed within 30 days.

Movers receiving a Notice of Violation were:

  • 4 Brothers Moving, Garfield
  • ABC Moving, aka “Official Moving & Storage,” Brooklyn, New York
  • Soho Moving & Storage, Old Bridge
  • Moverland, aka “Manhattan Movers,” aka “Hoboken Movers,” Newark
  • Mike Davis Pro Service, Cranford
  • A Precision Movers, Belmar
  • James Grodon Jr., Milford
  • Hezzy’s In & Out Moving, Elmwood Park
  • Beastman Movers, Northfield
  • Garden City Movers aka “NJ State Moving Inc.,” Elizabeth
  • Black Moon Movers, North Bergen
  • Emmanuel Moving & Cleaning Service, Elizabeth
  • Northeastern Van Lines, Queens, New York
  • Stevenson’s Moving, East Orange
  • Edison Movers, aka “M&M Moving & Storage,” Astoria, New York
  • Rowell’s Moving and Hauling, Pleasantville
  • Desoto Movers, Vineland
  • Master Movers, Cherry Hill
  • Rommel Service, Woodland Park
  • TGS Moving, Newark
  • IC Moving, Princeton

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