Tina Jensen is stuck in a hellish credit card limbo after dealing with a company during a move from Calgary to Vernon, B.C.
She hired Green Moving and Storage to hold the contents of her one-bedroom Calgary condo for a few weeks, until she was able to settle in British Columbia.
The quote was for $1,100, and she provided the company her credit card information to authorize a $100 deposit.
Sub-contractor Mid-West Moving and Storage Services picked up her stuff at the end of June. That’s the last time she saw her belongings.
Green Moving and Storage has since charged Jensen’s credit card almost $3,200, and won’t deliver her goods until she signs a credit card authorization.
Jensen is afraid that if she authorizes the payments, the company will end up charging more to her account.
She’s since canceled her credit card, but her belongings have yet to be returned to her. Her lawyer has been unable to make contact with Green Moving and Storage, and the police have proven ineffective as well.
Read the whole story, as told by CBC News, here.