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Asked on: 9/12/08, 1:07 pm

Theft of Services?

We own a small moving company. A few months ago, we were contacted by a man claiming to be a minister in our area. He said he was moving and the church was paying for it. We got the name of the church and his information, etc. We were also contacted by some ''deacons'' from the church about the move. We agreed to bill the ''church'' even though we normally ask for payment when services are rendered. We were told the ''church'' paid bills at the end of the month. Well we moved him and turned in the invoice to him to pay and never received anything. We called and nobody answered, we e-mailed and no answer. We started investigating the church and found out the address was the ''minister's'' old apartment. We went to the new address once and knocked on the door and talked to his wife. She said she would talk to him. We haven't heard anything. What do we do?

We have another man we did a move for. He agreed to pay our hourly rate but when the movers got through he was $200.00 short.

He called us and promised to get it to us the next day. He signed the invoice saying everything was delivered in good order and he was satisfied with the job. Now he refuses to pay the rest. What do we do?

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