AVOID AT ALL COSTS! Though I know it's hard to avoid these scammers, because the only way they get hired is through a broker, where the customer has no say in who gets hired by these equally as shady brokers. No one would hire these people, unless they buy the LIES on their website: They claim: 42 Registered trucks (FMCSA says they have 2) A+ BBB rating (as you can see here, they certainly do not) 46+ years experience (their phone recording says 75...yet they opened less than 2 years ago Long story short: For our move from Phoenix, AZ to Charleston, SC: A Moving Broker (Complete Van Lines - based in Pompana Beach, FL, don't work with them either...) placed us with Western Van Lines. Just like everyone else, we were low-balled with a quote to begin with, which then doubled (with no proof as to why) when the actual moving came. Held hostage, we continued on. The promised 14 days pass (insert lots of unanswered calls, voicemails and emails). The 2nd promise of 21 business days passed (insert lots of unanswered calls, voicemails, and emails). Then, on business day 30 (the guaranteed delivery date as noted in the contract), in a text from the boss, they told us they will not deliver to us, and demanded we come get our belongings, which we gladly did, especially when were were promised a full refund (how kind....in typical WVL fashion, we have not received the refund. Obviously. (insert lots of unanswered calls, voicemails, and emails). We are out $5000+ and way more when you take into account our having to fly to Phoenix, rent a U-Haul and drive our stuff back to SC. Only thing left is small claims court, though even when we win, I'm sure we'll never be able to collect. Another fun tidbit: while we were loading the Uhaul (our stuff was still 1 mile from our house in Phoenix in a mini storage unit), the Western Van Lines representative (laborer) assaulted my husband. Cops came and diffused the situation. What kind of "company" assaults their customers!???