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:
Al-Dana Freight Forwarders
P.O. Box 10340 - Diplomatic Area
Total Complaints: 1
Total Amount Owed: $15,220.37
Inter Grace Movers (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 116, Jalan Semangat
Total Complaints: 1
Total Amount Owed: $4,315.00
Teodulo Aquino, SRL
Calle Plinio Diaz (Ant. 34) No.116
P.O. Box 1577
Total Complaints: 1
Total Amount Owed: $9,653.88
If your company is owed money by any of these companies, please complete an RPP Claim Form and submit to IAM at firstname.lastname@example.org. IAM Staff will review the invoices and determine whether your company may be in line to receive Unpaid Invoice Compensation through the RPP.
IAM Cancels Memberships for Companies on Alleged Debtor List
IAM has cancelled the memberships for the following companies who had been previously listed on the Alleged Debtor List for failure to pay IAM Membership dues:
- Shanghai Trust Mover International Freight Forwarder Co. Ltd
- Confianca Mudancas & Transportes Ltda.
- Global International Inc.
- JNT Cargo & Packing Services
- Moonridge International Relocations
- MovingStar Moving and Storage
- Paradise Packaging Clearing LLC
- Verax Global Logistics Limited
These companies will have to resolve the outstanding debts owed to other IAM Members before being eligible to reinstate their memberships.
Bankruptcies, Liquidations, Expulsions, Cancellations
For the following companies, IAM recommends you submit Unpaid Invoice Compensation claims immediately through IAM's Online Claim Submission Tool and we will contact you after our initial review of your claim.
Aalco Forwarding, Inc.
Aalco Forwarding, Inc. was dissolved on August 8, 2019, according to the Kansas Secretary of State. Please note that any claims made against this company are no longer eligible for the Receivable Protection Program.
Carepak Moving and Storage
Former IAM Member, Carepak Moving and Storage, is no longer operating. Please note that any claims made against this company are no longer eligible for the Receivable Protection Program.
King & Wilson International Movers
King & Wilson International Movers located in Melbourne, Australia, was placed into administration on June 13, 2019, and is set to be liquidated. Please see the Letter to King & Wilson’s Customers concerning this process for more details. If your company is owed money by King & Wilson, please review the letter for specific information on how to contact the administrators. Please note that any claims made against this company are no longer eligible for the Receivable Protection Program.
Relocately has been placed into official insolvency. All notifications of outstanding debts are to be communicated to the insolvency administrator by March 17, 2020. The notifications are to include the amount outstanding and the reason that amount is being requested. Mathias Lehmann has been appointed to assist the attorney who is managing the insolvency. He may be contacted at email@example.com.
Simpsons Removals & Storage LTD.
Simpsons Removals & Storage LTD. officially went into liquidation on May 3, 2019. The company is still in the process of liquidating and IAM will continue to update this space as information becomes available. Please note that any claims made against this company are no longer eligible for the Receivable Protection Program.
IAM Member Companies Cancelled For Failure To Maintain Membership Credentials
AFC Home Movers And Freight Forwarders International LLC
IAM cancelled the membership of AFC Home Movers And Freight Forwarders International LLC in Turkey for failure to maintain a valid business registration in Turkey.
Kae International Movers
IAM cancelled the membership of Kae International Movers in Greece for failure to maintain a valid business registration in Greece. Kae International Movers in Czechia remains a member in good standing of IAM.
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 cancelled membership, and some have simply failed to respond. Members that have not paid will soon be cancelled and added to the Non-Payment of Dues list.
All benefits of IAM membership will cease for these members. Cancelled members must remove the IAM logo from websites, business cards, letterhead and any other marketing materials, print or electronic.
The Cancelled Members List will remain on IAM's website for all members in good standing to consult as they go about doing business.
RPP Note: Cancelled companies are no longer covered under the Receivable Protection Program; therefore, any unpaid invoice owed by a cancelled 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 firstname.lastname@example.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 Outstanding Invoice Intervention 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 cancelled 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.