July 22nd, 2015

New Jersey Notices Of Violation

New Jersey Division of Consumer AffairsThe New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has in the last year been investigating unlicensed movers who have been targeting Asian and Latino communities in New Jersey. The targeted companies would advertise their services in Spanish or Korean through internet postings or foreign language newspaper advertisements.

As a result the following eight companies have been issued Notices of Violation (owner and/or company official in italics):

  • Blumworld Moving, LLC Sharod Thompson, Newark.
  • Canaan Express, Inc. Sangsook Kim, Palisades Park.
  • Carlos Pato Movers, a/k/a “Carlos Pato Moving” Carlos Pato, Newark.
  • Moo Goong Hwa Moving Corp. Kwang S. Tony Kim, North Bergen.
  • Double Oh Seven, LLC, a/k/a “007 Moving, LLC” Yong Ho Kim, Palisades Park.
  • GOM Cargo, LLC Sungsu Kwan, Ridgefield.
  • KS General Services, d/b/a “Doremi Moving General Service” Myeong Hie Choi, Ridgefield.
  • Valverde Brothers Corp., a/k/a “Valverde’s Moving” Guido Valverde, West New York.

Each Notice of Violation requires that the company pay a civil penalty of $2,500. The civil penalty can be reduced to $1,250 if the company submits an application to the Division for a Public Mover’s license within 15 days.

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