Alex Beckers and his wife, Gina, moved from Los Angeles to Portland, Oregon, in November – two of the millions of Americans who have chosen to relocate amid the pandemic.
However, much of the Beckerses’ stuff still hasn’t joined them, including a computer, furniture, sensitive documents and photo albums.
And they say the Northridge, California, moving company that has their possessions – and is seeking thousands of dollars in extra cash – keeps giving them the runaround.
“Having to deal with this has been one of the most stressful and frustrating experiences of my life,” Beckers, 44, told me.
Unfortunately, he and his wife aren’t alone in coping with
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