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Beck: DCA Sting Highlights Need for Legislation Cracking Down on Unlicensed Movers

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Urges Passage of Her Legislation, S-534

Senator Jennifer Beck (R-Monmouth) issued the following statement after the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs conducted a sting operation that resulted in citations being given to 21 unlicensed moving companies.

Sen. Jennifer Beck said that a sting operation by the state Division of Consumer Affairs demonstrates the need for her legislation, S-534, which would help crack down on unlicensed moving companies. (©iStock)

“Unlicensed moving companies pose a consumer fraud risk to the general public, who often times have no idea that their moving company may be unlicensed and in some cases, uninsured,” said Beck.

“I have worked closely throughout 2015 with industry professionals to ensure that legislation exists that protects consumers from unscrupulous moving companies, and increases the penalties that are levied. To that end, I have submitted S-534 to the legislature. Additionally, my legislation allows for local law enforcement to impound unlicensed moving vehicles. The fact that a one-day sting operation was able to net 21 unlicensed movers speaks to the widespread consumer fraud problem this has become,” concluded Beck.

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