All Star Direct Auto Shipping ,LLC Review

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This is an archive of a consumer complaint published against All Star Direct Auto Shipping ,LLC at on 28-Feb-15.


Business Details –

  • Name: All Star Direct Auto Shipping ,LLC
  • Address: P.O. box 1013
  • City: Los Angeles
  • State: California
  • Country: United States
  • Phone: 1.888.896.2938
  • Website:


Original Complaint against All Star Direct Auto Shipping ,LLC published at on 28-Feb-15 says, verbatim –

Never,never, never even think of using this company!!! As in all reviews here and on other sites, this is the most dishonest, unreliable, unprofessional company, employing and/or ruin by rude, ignorant, dishonest & fraudulent people. They quote you a low price, send you a contract to sign, charge a deposit on your card, then raise the price by hundreds of dollars and expect you to still use them to transport your car. | They quoted me $799 to ship a car from Georgia to Oregon, sent me a contract to sign, I signed it, they charged my card for a $299 deposit, then called to tell me that a driver would pick up my car and would have to be paid an additional $950 cash when picked up, for a total of $1249 instead of the $799 contract price. | When I called, Steve was rude, and uneducated. He kept insisting that it was not a contract I had signed, just an order form; when I read to him from the form, where it clearly stated it was a contract, he was stuttering and could not explain, so he hung up on me. When I read him the clause that said the contract could only be changed in writing, he insisted that that meant I would have to change it in writing, as I clearly read to him from the form where it said it could only be changed in writing by All-Star Direct, he again hung up on me. | Apparently he has never read the contracts he is sending out. Several times I called back and several times he hung up on me, only saying that I would not get my deposit back. Obviously he doesn’t know anything about contract law either. Luckily my attorney/agent, my credit card dispute dept., the Better Business Bureau, the California Dept of Consumer Affairs, and the California Attorney General’s Office do, and he will be quite busy dealing with them all. He can try hanging up on all of them over and over. |

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