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5151 days 5 hours 24 minutes 22 seconds
since A.S.A.P. Relocations, Inc. stole my boxes in San Francisco, California
 Welcome to the relocations jungle, the haven of professional scam artists where licensed gangsters operate freely and openly under the nose of local, state and federal authorities.

The purpose of this website is only to help those who want to relocate and are ready to contact a moving company avoid these vampires operating from San Jose California, that are sucking the blood of the San Francisco Bay area shippers.

If you are relocating and you do not consider your belongings to be a junk, please read through the following page before a moving company calls you or before you contact a moving company. You should also ask yourself the following key questions before you decide to use the services of a mover:

  • What if my mover disappears with my belongings?
  • What if my mover does not deliver my belongings?
  • What if my mover increases the agreed price?
  • What if my mover says that it is fully insured and is not and my belongings are never delivered?
  • What if my mover promises a delivery date just to have me sign the moving contract and does not respect the delivery date?
  • What if my mover determines the weight of my belongings out of thin air even before the trucks are loaded and the scales station visited?
  • Is the mover a member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB)?
  • How many complaints have been filed against the mover at the nearest BBB? e.g. you may search the San Jose BBB database if the mover is based in San Jose.
  • How many complaints have been filed against the company at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)?
  • What are the experiences of other shippers with my mover? Search the internet using the mover’s name plus “scam” or “complaints” keywords. Also visit the moving scam black list.

You’ll find below a full account of a relocation from San Francisco to Seattle using the services of A.S.A.P. Relocations, Inc., a San Jose-based team of professional moving fraudsters.

Relocations 419 Recipe

When A.S.A.P. Relocations Inc. contacted me on April 10, 2008 about my relocation from San Francisco to Seattle , I got e-mails from that said clearly that the company was fully insured. I also discussed a firm delivery date and confirmed by e-mail on May 4, 2008 and that was June 1, 2008. E-mails from A.S.A.P. Relocations also showed clearly that the mover would disassemble and re-assemble my furniture. The pick up date was fixed on May 17, 2008 for June 1, 2008 delivery. I should also mention that it was a cold call from a company that I had not contacted before and I have a solid proof that they got my data from that has a data feed subscription with that I used for my apartment search.

First surprise, on May 16, 2008 I got a phone call from the driver asking me to disassemble and package everything before their arrival the next for pick up. When they showed up the next day I had packaged everything and their job was to wrap two tables with tapes. My boxes did not require extra protection. Guess at what cost? They charged me $310 for wrapping two tables! Adjust your seatbelt before we continue. A.S.A.P. Relocations tagged all my boxes and tables and when two guys were loading their truck I got another surprise - the driver told me how the move was going to cost me on the spot even before all boxes were loaded. I asked him how he determined the true weight of the boxes and he told me that it was only an estimate and that the company would call me after they go to the scales station. Later I got a call telling me exactly the same amount that the driver wrote on the contract in my apartment without even loading all boxes onto the truck and I am charged per pound!. The feeling of an ongoing scam was there but it was not bad enough yet. When two boxes were remaining on the 6th floor, the driver asked me to sign the paper work. He checked all boxes where I had to sign and was showing a sign of hurry because they had to go to the next job. I signed without reading but at one point I stopped and asked him where I had to declare the value of my boxes since I received e-mails from Wayne saying that A.S.A.P. Relocations was fully insured. The driver told me that they were not fully insured and that I had to sign the agreement because he had to go! I was a little confused but after seeing them tagging all boxes I was confident that they had procedures in place to track all items. They left with my boxes on May 17, 2008 and I was expecting them to be delivered on June 1, 2008 as agreed upon.

On May 31, 2008 I got no phone call from A.S.A.P. Relocations as promised by the driver that came to empty my apartment on May 17, 2008. On June 1, 2008 nothing. On June 2nd, 2008 nothing. I then picked up the phone and called their office and asked a bitch called Linda (the Devil's spokeswoman) why they did not deliver my boxes and furniture on June 1, 2008 as agreed. She bluntly told me that they did not have to deliver on June 1, 2008 because I had signed a contract that showed June 1, 2008 as the first date available for delivery and that under federal law they had until June 22, 2008 to deliver. She then hung up and refused to respond to my e-mails when I forwarded her all e-mails from that showed another reality (Wayne is their consultant and chief architect of this ongoing drama). Welcome to the A.S.A.P. Relocations world! Do not rely on anything these tugs tell you over the phone or e-mails, they know what they are doing. They are just trying to do anything to have you sign the contract for their services. I had planned all my move based on the fact that my furniture was going to arrive on June 1, 2008 and their consultant was the one who told me that if I wanted my belongings on June 1, 2008 they should be picked up 2 weeks earlier and we agreed on May 17, 2008 as the pick up date!. I sent e-mails to Wayne and he never replied and this is the consultant behind this scam.

 After sleeping on the floor for 9 days I got a phone call this time from the Continental Express driver – this is 24 days after they picked up my boxes . The guy told me that he was in my area and had to deliver the boxes from A.S.A.P. Relocations within 2 hours because he had to return to California the same day (June 9, 2009). He also wanted the remaining 50% of the moving fees in cash only before unloading the boxes. So, I had to go to the bank 3 miles away to get the money in cash (no credit card, no checks allowed when dealing with scammers) within 2 hours. At 3pm the truck showed up and I handed the money to the driver in an envelop and they started unloading my boxes and furniture. I also used my copy of the check list to track what they were unloading. Then came the time of truth! Two giant boxes were not in their truck and they had come all the way from San Jose to Seattle to deliver something that they did not have with a checklist in their pocket! I asked the driver where my boxes were and the answer was crystal clear: we do not work for A.S.A.P. Relocations, we only deliver what they loaded onto our truck in San Jose . I then called A.S.A.P. Relocations on the spot and the person I talked to asked me to let him talk to the driver over my phone and they started chatting in a language that I could not understand. It was not English or Spanish for sure (maybe a borrowed Martian dialect for their scam recipes) but I felt there was something very ugly in the making. After they finished their conversation the driver (Gweta Oshri) told me that he was going to call me back after their next delivery that was scheduled just a couple of miles away. They left and never called me back. A.S.A.P. Relocations never called me back either! Also note that Continental Express has no physical address on their website and has been involved in moving scams. Their website shows only phone numbers and e-mail addresses and God alone knows how my boxes picked up by A.S.A.P. Relocations Inc. ended up on Continental Express' truck!

Remember that Continental Express guys did not assemble my furniture as stated in e-mails from A.S.A.P. Relocations since they do not work for A.S.A.P. Relocations. They delivered part of my belongings and left with the money!. Are we in a jungle here? Why should the law authorize scammers to collect money when they have not delivered the goods?. Shouldn’t the shipper be withholding the payment until all goods are delivered? Why can't I use a check or a credit card to pay moving fees so that scammers can be tracked?

 At the end of June, i.e more than 45 days after they picked up my boxes their status was still “undelivered” since I had not signed a delivery order – were they stolen? Did they vaporize? Where they damaged to the point where they did not want to deliver? Did they just steal them?  When I called the company I hit a wall. Even the bitch I had talked to on June 2nd, 2008 did not want to answer the phone. Worst of all, they had the switchboard operator tell me 3 weeks after the Continental Express driver showed up in Seattle that they had never received the delivery papers. Can you believe that a driver who had told me on June 9, 2008 that he was leaving for California the same day was still on the road at the end of June? That sound the alarm and I understood what these gangsters were up to. You have a moving contract with a company and the only person you can talk to is the switchboard operator after they have failed to deliver your boxes 45 days after pick up! Did I mention that when I removed the wrapping tape that cost me $310 from my home office table 2 days later it was so bruised inside that the fourth leg could no longer fit into the top part? If A.S.A.P. Dislocations had assembled my furniture as promised they would have noticed upfront their mess on June 9, 2008. These vampires stink like wild beasts.

The first step was then to establish the status of my boxes. As of August 15, 2008, I never heard from A.S.A.P. Relocations!.That's 3 months since they picked up by boxes. I have clearly established that A.S.A.P. Relocations Inc. stole my boxes and I have updated their status from "Undelivered" to "Stolen by the mover". They contain properties worth at least $48,000. They hit the right boxes - they got their jackpot. Can this just be by sheer luck or do they sniff the boxes that people send to their San Jose den (or warehouse if you wish)? I had to go through this step because your house cannot burn down and you just call the insurance company for payment without showing a fire department or police report that shows what had happened. If insurance companies (assuming that scammers have one) do not ask movers to establish the status of packages that they declare as lost, it means that there is something damn wrong in the system and fraudsters will not let the opportunity pass them by - Anyway, not A.S.A.P. Relocations Inc. of San Jose.

The second step was to create this website in order to warn potential shippers of tolerated criminal activities in the San Francisco Bay area because they are also potential relocations 419 scam victims.

 This is where I am currently with this scam and I’ll update this site as I proceed with this case.

The conclusions about this ongoing odyssey with A.S.A.P. Relocations of San Jose California are as follows:

  • A.S.A.P. Relocations is a bunch of scam artists to be avoided like plague.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations lies about the weight of your goods. There is no transparency about  how they determine  the weight.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations does not disassemble and re-assemble your furniture.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations is not a reliable company.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations has no procedures in place to ensure the traceability of your belongings and they should  be avoided unless you consider your belongings a junk.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations is not fully insured.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations does not respect its delivery date.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations is rude with clients and is very disrespectful.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations can be a good junk removal company but should not be allowed to touch your valuables.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations excels only in cynicism and in deceitful business practices and their license should be suspended until all cases against them are resolved (unless the Department of Transportation tolerates larceny in relocation). They stink. They suck.
  • These gangsters seem to be operating under different names in order to erase their deadly footprints. Most of their e-mails sent to me also showed 123 Movers in lieu of A.S.A.P. Relocations Inc. What we see here may just be the tip of the iceberg.
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations is the relocations 419 of the San Francisco Bay area (Rating of F at San Jose BBB
  • A.S.A.P. Dislocations considers the moving contract binding for you but not for them. They are above the law and operate like in a jungle.
  • Do NOT enter your  personal contact information if you visit, or These are some of the sites that feed the mafia with the users' data.
  • As of October 5, 2008 A.S.A.P. Relocations had 24 belongings' sequestration complaints against them at the California Moving and Storage Association (CMSA) of which they claim to be a member, and that they dismissed as petty in nature when interviewed by the San Jose Mercury News. The same article also pointed out that they have one of the worst driving records in the industry that you can also very here. This shows you clearly the contempt that they have for shippers - they don't careless and sip your blood with impunity. They quote you $1,000 for out of state move and when they realize that you've already left the state they ask for $4,000 and if you don't pay, they confiscate your belongings for auction. This extorsion is known as low-balling scam and seems to be legal(?) since the pirates operate with a DOT license and a CPUC license! In my case I paid 100% of the 140% times the non-biding quote amount that they charged me and they are still withholding my belongings (see clock below or above) with no explanation. Maybe they considered that a factor of 1.4 was not enough since other victims are paying 4 times the quoted amount!
  • The San Jose BBB rating of F is very consistent with their records that you can obtain from the FMCSA, CMSA and CPUC. Also, note that only 1 in 5 scam victims reports scammers to any of the above agencies!
  • Watch out for planted reviews by the mafia. These saprophytes give themselves 4-5 stars on different review boards in order to compensate for their deserved low ratings. You are dealing with the evil!
  • A.S.A.P. Relocations, Inc.'s Household Goods Permit was suspended on 03/07/09 by the CPUC and they are likely operating under a different alias since their ads machine is still operating at full steam. 

Please do not forget to leave us a feedback after your move in order to tell us if the above information helped or not. Good luck for your relocation and ensure that you do your research first, not after you have been scammed. Also check the related links below about relocations 419.

If you have already been scammed by A.S.A.P. Relocations, Inc., please add your review below. It's very important for potential scam victims  since it helps them understand the inner workings of the moving scam universe as typifies by A.S.A.P. Relocations, Inc.'s.

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A.S.A.P. 419 Rating:                 
0: Should be shut down 1: Junk  2: Poor  3: Acceptable  4: Good 5: Excellent
Reviews: 56 Avg Rating: 0.05 out of 5
Wolf Post Date : 8/20/2012 9:54:00 PM Rating : 0
WOW! Is this how bad it has become? Guys, after reading all these reviews I can say that the protocols at work will be obvious to u now that u’ve been tested. The first time I heard about these folks was when my friend got ripped off in Texas and I thought it was a local problem until I discovered the following link on the internet about their modus operandi:

This complaint lead me to the following book on

Then to the following site:

DO NOT think about this as a company because they change company names so often that if you even hire a lawyer and pay the retainer you’re toast because they’ll vanish by the time u’re lawyer files the paper work. Only their subcontractors in Texas know them and don’t care about which company names they use.
To summarize my findings from the above links, protocol #11 fits your case very well and if u can’t buy the book on this is an excerpt of the protocol:

“The GOYIM are a flock of sheep, and we are their wolves. And you know what happens when the wolves get hold of the flock? ....
There is another reason also why they will close their eyes: for we shall keep promising them to give back all the liberties we have taken away as soon as we have quelled the enemies of peace and tamed all parties ....
It is not worth to say anything about how long a time they will be kept waiting for this return of their liberties ....
For what purpose then have we invented this whole policy and insinuated it into the minds of the GOY without giving them any chance to examine its underlying meaning? For what, indeed, if not in order to obtain in a roundabout way what is for our scattered tribe unattainable by the direct road? It is this which has served as the basis for our organization of SECRET MASONRY WHICH IS NOT KNOWN TO, AND AIMS WHICH ARE NOT EVEN SO MUCH AS SUSPECTED BY, THESE "GOY" CATTLE, ATTRACTED BY US INTO THE "SHOW" ARMY OF MASONIC LODGES IN ORDER TO THROW DUST IN THE EYES OF THEIR FELLOWS.
God has granted to us, His Chosen People, the gift of the dispersion, and in this which appears in all eyes to be our weakness, has come forth all our strength, which has now brought us to the threshold of sovereignty over all the world.
There now remains not much more for us to build up upon the foundation we have laid..”

Hope u got it right!!!
Gadna Jahbulon Post Date : 4/14/2013 9:16:00 PM Rating : 0
This terror on the American streets is carried out by the Gadna Gestapo organized in 313 terror cells throughout the US, 13 Cells in Canada, 33 cells in Germany and lead from their Bat-Yam headquarters. They use moving companies just as a camouflage for their blood sucking cult. Their holy book is called "The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion" and can be found on at:

The Gadna members carry 3 to 5 fake passports (provided by their diplomatic missions around the world) that they can use to escape in case the law enforcement agency makes an arrest in one of their offices when they’re on the road. They always catch the first fly to a third country for which they hold a passport before returning to their base at Bat-Yam.
They can do in less than “5 years what the Italian mafia is unable to do in 40 years. Sic.” – see all details here:

Also note that they are funded by the US government to the tune of $3billion per year. This handout is supposed to finance their welfare system but ends up backfiring and being used to destroy the same tax payer who unwillingly fund them.
Defrauded and scammed Post Date : 10/1/2013 9:58:00 PM Rating : 0
Here is the right link to the page that produced the news. and the video of all the "owners" (scam artist)and more about them.Hope justice caught them soon.Pinches Cabrones Hijos de Puta. Sorry for the bad words they still several thousands from me.
Linda Reyna Post Date : 6/29/2013 12:04:00 PM Rating : 0
Three of our workers were arraigned Monday April 22, while five others are on the run to safety to our Bat-Yam base using backup passports. Charged are company President Roni Hayon, 36; his wife, Adii Therese Karter, 32; office manager Adalinda Reyna-Mendoza, 27; salesman Wayne Allen, 53; manager Maoz Kadesh, 36; manager Ido Or, 37; manager Noam Israeli, 29; and foreman Elazar Nisanov, 31.Allen, Kadesh and Reyna-Mendoza entered not guilty pleas at their Monday arraignments.The defendants were indicted by a grand jury on 31 counts including felony theft, income tax fraud and money laundering.
Roni Hayon Post Date : 6/27/2013 2:18:00 PM Rating : 0
D.A. alleges moving fee scamThe Monterey County HeraldAssociated PressPosted: 04/22/2013 10:52:10 PM PDTUpdated: 04/22/2013 10:52:11 PM PDTSAN JOSE — Authorities were looking for the owner of a San Jose moving company, his wife and three others after prosecutors on Monday said hundreds of customers were overcharged and told their furniture and other belongings would be held in storage unless they paid the higher fees. During a four-year investigation by local and federal authorities, investigators found hundreds of customers who Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Martha Donohoe said were "hooked" by the lowball quotes offered by a company that operated under multiple names, including ASAP Relocations Inc. The owner of the companies, Roni Hayon, 36, and his wife and office manager, Adii Therese Karter, 32, used the money to fund a "luxury lifestyle," Donohoe said. Hanyon, Karter and three former employees were facing warrants for their arrest, Donohoe said. It was believed they fled the area. Three other former employees of the company were in court Monday, where they pleaded not guilty to grand theft and other charges. Attempts to reach Hayon and Karter through their companies were unsuccessful. The telephone listing for ASAP Relocations was disconnected, while listings for the other names the company operated under — America's Best Movers, Champions Movers, Fast Moving Van Lines Inc., Fast Moves, Quick Quotes for Moving Inc., and Encore Movers — were either disconnected or no listings were available.

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