IAM Alleged Debtor List

The IAM Alleged Debtor List is a collection of all IAM Members who are allegedly not paying their invoices to other members. The following IAM member companies have not resolved outstanding invoices to other members and IAM's intervention to resolve these debts have proceeded to the level stipulated by the IAM Executive Committee for publication on the Alleged Debtor List:

BluFox (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
102F Pasir Panjang Road
#07-12 Citilink Warehouse Complex
Singapore, 118530
Singapore
Total Complaints: 2
Total Amount Owed: $7,538.74

BluFox (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Unit 348-9, 4th Floor, 145 Racquet Club
Bldg III, Sukhumvit Soi 49/9
Klongton Nua, Wattana
Bangkok,
Thailand 10110
Total Complaints: 3
Total Amount Owed: $13,582.68

Carepak Moving & Storage, Inc.
HMR Compound, KM 23 West Service Road
Barangay Cupang
Muntinlupa, 1771
Philippines
Total Complaints: 3
Amount Owed: $54,573.61

Confianca Mudancas & Transportes Ltda.
Av. Luciano Carneiro, 2255
Vila Uniao
Fortaleza, Ceara, 60410-691
Brazil
Total Complaints: 1
Total Amount Owed: 10,956.00
There are other IAM Members who have similar names to this entity. Please note that only this entity is listed as an Alleged Debtor and this designation should not be applied to other companies with similar names.

Global International Inc.
2680 14th Avenue, Unit # 11
Markham (Toronto), ON L3R 5B2
Canada
Total Complaints: 2
Total Amount Owed: $10,303.00

Medex
Jabal Al-Hussein, Ramallah Centre
6th Floor, Office #8
Amman
Jordan
Total Complaints: 2
Total Amount Owed: $12,924.35

MovingStar Moving and Storage
P.O. Box 6021
Fremont, CA 94538-0621
United States of America
Total Complaints: 1
Total Amount Owed: 4,067.56

Romulus NV
Arthur De Coninckstraat 9
3070 Kortenberg
Belgium
Total Complaints: 1
Total Amount Owed: 4,994.81

 

If your company is owed money by any of these companies, please complete an RPP Claim Form and submit to IAM at rpp@iamovers.org. IAM Staff will review the invoices and determine whether your company may be in line to receive Unpaid Invoice Compensation through the RPP.

Bankruptcies, Liquidations, Expulsions, Cancellations

For the following companies, IAM recommends you submit Unpaid Invoice Compensation claims immediately through IAM's new Online Submission Tool and we will contact you after our initial review of your claim.

Pearson Home Moving

IAM has confirmed that Pearson Home Moving of Warwickshire in the United Kingdom ceased trading on October 5, 2018. This company was also expelled by the International Association of Movers on that same date. If you are owed money by this company, we encourage you to register these debts at your earliest opportunity with the administrator who has been appointed to wind up the company and the IAM Receivable Protection Program. Instructions on how to register these debts can be found after clicking on the links provided.

SLS Move Relocation

The International Association of Movers expelled SLS Move Relocation of Strasbourg, France, on October 5, 2018, after it was unable to resolve an outstanding debt of $10,000 USD or more owed to another IAM Member.  If you are owed money by this company, please register your debts at your earliest opportunity with the IAM Receivable Protection Program. Instructions on how to register these debts can be found when clicking the link provided.

IAM Member Companies Canceled Voluntarily and for Nonpayment of Dues

Below is a link to the list of IAM Members who have failed to pay their membership dues.

IAM has made multiple efforts, by every means of communication available to us, to encourage these members to bring their dues current. We are now removing these companies as IAM members. Some companies have voluntarily canceled membership, and some have simply failed to respond. Members that have not paid will soon be canceled and added to the Non-Payment of Dues list.

 

Members Canceled for Non-Payment of Dues | Voluntary Member Cancellations

All benefits of IAM membership will cease for these members. Canceled members must remove the IAM logo from websites, business cards, letterhead and any other marketing materials, print or electronic.

The Canceled Members List will remain on IAM's website for all members in good standing to consult as they go about doing business.

RPP Note: Canceled companies are no longer covered under the Receivable Protection Program; therefore, any unpaid invoice owed by a canceled company will not be eligible for Unpaid Invoice Compensation through the RPP. If your company is owed money from any of these companies on an unpaid invoice, please submit it to rpp@iamovers.org so it can be recorded as a potential claim should the debtor go out of business.

Further, IAM can no longer intervene with these companies through the Invoice Dispute Resolution Process, as they are no longer members. Members in good standing are encouraged to review all trading relationships with these companies, and be aware that IAM is neither able to compel a non-member to pay outstanding debts owed to an IAM Member nor pay out on claims lodged against that non-member.

If canceled members request to be reinstated at a later date, additional charges will apply or the company may be required to undertake the full application process.

Under IAM policy, Association Staff does not permit any company to reinstate their membership if the Association is aware that they owe outstanding monies to a member of IAM in good standing.