Report: Moving companies selling your personal goods to offset PCS freeze
WASHINGTON — The Defense Department’s temporary halt to military moves could has left thousands of moving company workers unemployed. To offset the losses, companies are resorting to selling everyone’s stolen material goods, says a spokesperson for the American Moving and Storage Association.
Greg Richards, director of government and military relations for U.S. Transportation Command, said that due to the massive hit toward one of the largest moving segments in the country, moving companies must go through all the stolen flat screen TVs, rare sports memorabilia, and iPads from last year’s moving season and sell them.
“This couldn’t have come at a worse time, as Spring is our biggest money maker of the whole year,” said a representative of a moving company that would like to remain nameless so it can rob you again next year. “We’ve been really banking on getting some sweet stuff from military families who put their trust in our process. We depend on that gullibility to maintain our busin…
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