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(KSL News) -- A Park City family that seems to have been the victims of a moving scam finally got to move in today. A moving truck with the Stanfield's property arrived today to their home.
Last Thursday the movers the Stanfield's paid $6,000 to in New York arrived to their home only to demand another $4,000 in cash to make the delivery. The truck drove away to Las Vegas when they wouldn't pay. Then, a volunteer group that helps families scammed by rogue moving companies got involved.
Art Haddow, Volunteer with "Move Rescue": "We're doing everything we can to let the people be aware. Choose a good mover, choose someone who's legitimate. Choose someone who shows they have trucks, they have a warehouse, they have a facility that you can actually visit."
Move Rescue has filed a complaint against the New York moving company with the Federal Highway Administration, which regulates moving companies.