IAM Alleged Debtor List

IAM cautions members on extending credit to companies listed on the Alleged Debtors List and suggest payment terms are adjusted accordingly upon agreement of services.

 

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:

Alfa Omega World Movers Ltd. Sti.
Teknik Yapi Concord A Blok D 48
Yumurtaci Abdi Bey Caddesi 15
Istanbul, Turkey TR-34720
Total Complaints: 1
Total Debt: $7,100.00
(Posted: May 19, 2022)

Demarine International Moving
27 Avenue de Rome
ZI Les Estroublans
Vitrolles, 13127
France
Total Complaints: 1
Total Amount Owed: $2,469.57
(Posted March 5. 2020)

Intermove International Transport SA
Eydap Avenue
Aspropyrgos
Athens 19300
Greece
Total Complaints: 1
Total Debt: $ 9,610.32
(Posted: May 19, 2022)

Sancalsa International Services
Priv. Morelos #6
Col. San Pablo Xalpa
Mexico City, Mexico 54090
Total Complaints: 20
Total Debt: $491,951.88
(Posted: February 3, 2022; Updated: July 27, 2022)
As of June 3, 2022, Sancalsa will have been on the ADL for 120 days. Claims filed against Sancalsa after June 3rd, 2022, will no longer be eligible for possible RPP compensation. IAM may still intervene on your company’s behalf on unpaid invoices owed by Sancalsa after June 3rd, 2022.

If your company is owed money by any of these companies, please submit an RPP Claim on IAM Mobility Exchange. How to file an RPP Claim on IAM Mobility Exchange.

IAM staff will review the invoices filed and determine whether your claim is potentially eligible for RPP Compensation and / or RPP Intervention.

Note: RPP claims may only be eligible for compensation if submitted within 120 days from the date a company is posted to the Alleged Debtors List.

IAM will accept RPP Intervention claims and can continue to intervene on your behalf.

Bankruptcies and Liquidations

This section will detail the former IAM member companies who are or may be going out of business.

Accelerated International Forwarders, LLC

On July 1, 2021, Accelerated International Forwarders, LLC (“Accelerated”) was cancelled from IAM membership due to non-payment of membership dues. Accelerated is reported to be facing financial difficulties; however, IAM has not been able to determine whether it has declared bankruptcy at this time. IAM is no longer accepting claims under the Receivable Protection Program (RPP) as it has been more than 120 days since Accelerated was cancelled from membership.

Contact rpp@iamovers.org for questions.

Expulsions

Broadway Relocation Services Pvt. Ltd.

On December 8, 2021, Broadway Relocation Services Pvt. Ltd. in New Delhi, India, was expelled from IAM Membership. This action was taken after IAM had received numerous complaints alleging that Broadway Relocation Services Pvt. Ltd. is holding shipments hostage and charging additional fees in order to get the goods delivered. Although IAM does receive customer and member complaints, it is quite unusual for the Association to receive so many customer complaints regarding the same company in such a short period of time. IAM contacted Broadway Relocation Services Pvt. Ltd. to notify them that these allegations, if true, would violate the IAM Membership Agreement and the IAM By-Laws. After reviewing the allegations and taking Broadway Relocation Services Pvt. Ltd.’s responses into consideration, the IAM Executive Committee expelled Broadway Relocation Services Pvt. Ltd. with the caveat that they may reapply for membership in one year provided they satisfy the conditions outlined by the IAM Executive Committee.

 

Capital Storage and Relocation LLC

On August 18, 2021, Capital Storage and Relocation LLC in Dubai, UAE, was expelled from IAM Membership. This action was taken after IAM had received numerous complaints related to Capital Storage and Relocation LLC in Dubai who is allegedly booking moves for private transferees, accepting their money, and then disappearing with no intention of performing the promised service. IAM contacted Capital Storage and Relocation LLC to confirm their operating status and notified them that these allegations, if true, would violate the IAM Membership Agreement and By-Laws. Capital Storage and Relocation LLC did not respond to these repeated requests to confirm their operating status or to contest these allegations.

 

Unibon Shipping LLC

On December 8, 2021, Unibon Shipping LLC in Dubai, UAE, was expelled from IAM Membership because it owed $10,000 USD or more to other IAM Members. It may re-apply for membership if they resolve all known debts owed to other IAM Members and submit to the IAM new membership process again.

 

Note: RPP claims may only be submitted within 120 days from the date a company is expelled. If the debt was incurred after this date, you may inform IAM at rpp@iamovers.org. All debts owed to other IAM members must be cleared before IAM would consider a membership reinstatement.

IAM Cancels Memberships for Companies on the Alleged Debtor List

The following companies have been cancelled from IAM membership for non-payment of membership dues:

  • ABC Ricard International (as of 2/1/2021)
  • Dolphin Movers Limited (as of 2/1/2021)
  • Fidepat International Co. Ltd. (as of 3/27/2021)
  • Green International Logistics Services PLC (as of 2/10/2022)
  • Hyundai International Relocations (as of 2/1/2021)
  • MS Partnership SpA (as of 2/1/2021)
  • Platinum Moving Services, Inc. (as of 2/10/2022)
  • Sancho Ortega Int., SA (as of 2/1/2021)
  • Shipwaves Online LLC (as of 2/10/2022)

 

These companies will have to resolve the outstanding debts owed to other IAM Members before being eligible to reinstate their memberships.

 

Note: RPP claims may only be submitted within 120 days from the date a company is expelled. If the debt was incurred after this date, you may inform IAM at rpp@iamovers.org. All debts owed to other IAM members must be cleared before IAM would consider membership reinstatement.