Mymovingchanges.com

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Phones:

844-213-4405

Website/emails: www.mymovingchanges.com
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Don't use them

  • by: Regiromero
  • #61332
  • Jul 25, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $79. 95
I thought I was on the post office web site and went to change my address and my where does it say it's 79. 95 other wise I wouldn't have done it!!!!! I called the and all they could do is give me half off and still keep the service!!! Thankfully I only got mine done the it kicked me out before doing my wife's other wise it would have been 160!!!!
Web/emails reported:
www.mymovingchanges.com

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I have been scammed by MYMOVINGCHANGES

  • by: cidilio
  • #61560
  • Aug 3, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
Thought I was using the USPS change of address. USPS charges my credit card $1.05. So I didn’t realize I was scammed until I checked my bank account and found the $79.95 charge. I’m going to call them I. The morning and hope they will give me a refund.
Unresolved

Scammed - Be Careful on USPS Change of Address site

  • by: jrocmom
  • #62344
  • Sep 9, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
Thought I was on USPS change of address site and when I plugged in my information for change of address for the post office, did not realize the site was actually a SCAM site that was under USPS. They scammed me out of $79.95 when normally the charge for change of address is $1.00. Will dispute this with my bank.
Phones reported:
844-213-4405
Web/emails reported:
www.mymovingchanges.com
Unresolved

Scammers and rude

  • by: Mommasgirl
  • #65044
  • Dec 7, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $1.95
Went to change my address and thought I was on the USPS website. But when I checked my account to make sure the transaction went thru. That's when I noticed a 79.95 charge from mymoving.com. Contacted them and the first lady was rude and hung up on me after giving me a confirmation number. Another lady called back. All I got back was $78 but should have gotten all of it back.
Phones reported:
844-213-4405
Web/emails reported:
www.mymovingchanges.com
Unresolved

Was charged $79.95 when I never knew nor consented to their services

  • by: mikeshanklin
  • #65770
  • Dec 25, 2019
  • Monetary Loss: $79.95
I was on the USPS site, clicked on change of address, and filled out the change of address information. At no point did they ever tell me it was $79.95 nor that a different company would charge me this fee. I'll be contacting my credit card to file a fraud report and contacting USPS to dispute their use of any connection with this company that never informs you of their ill intentions. Gotta love government "services" huh ugh...
Phones reported:
844-213-4405
Web/emails reported:
www.mymovingchanges.com
Unresolved

Posed as USPS site

  • by: Madi
  • #66295
  • Jan 13, 2020
  • Monetary Loss: $79.99
Wanted to make an address change so I googled how to do that. I was taken to a page that was labeled USPS with a form for address change and that claimed a $1 fee. Couple weeks later I discover a charge on my card for $80 and Google why this is. Turns out I'm not the first to be scammed by this website.
Web/emails reported:
www.mymovingchanges.com