9600 W Sample Rd, Coral Springs, FL | Directions 3306526.271955 -80.254704
Neighborhoods: City Center
I had very poor experience with Premier auto shippers and I would not recommend any one to use them.
Premier auto shippers accepts orders and then ask 3rd party drivers to come and pickup the cars. They take money up front and later take no responsibility of any issues with pickup or drop off.
My car was scheduled to pick up from Illinois to be delivered to California. I scheduled to delivery 1 day before my flight to California at 12PM.
On the day of the pickup I was contacted by the driver of the truck saying he can not pickup today and will come tomorrow any time in the day. On the day of my flight travel I had to juggle with my car delivery and I ended up giving my car keys to a friend as the truck driver did not show up before I had to leave for the airport for my flight to California.
ADDITIONAL MONEY FOR DELIVERING CAR and LIER COMMITMENT
In California, same driver told me he needs 100 dollars more to deliver the car. I called Premier auto shippers and spoke with Mike Forrest. Mike told me to go ahead and give him additional 100 than what was agreed upon in the signed agreement and he said I will send you out a check of 100 dollars to compensate the same.
For last 7 months I have been calling Mike to send me those 100 dollars back. on dozen occasions he said check has been sent out and I never received any check.
Finally he said, they sent out check and had to cancel few checks send to me. The cancellation fees now compensated those 100 dollars and I will receive no money now.
He would not even give me of any proof that check was ever sent to me nor would he give me his bosses or accountants number to talk to.
They are just bunch of unreliable liars.
DO NOT HIRE!!!!
I hired Premier Auto Shippers and paid a deposit. They e-mailed with a confirmation, assuring my car was going to be picked up on saturday, nobody showed up or called. I contacted them several times and they always said someone would call me back with a status but no one did.
Finally I spoke with the people who claim to be the owners of the company, Michael Forest and Lee Collins. They were terribly rude and un-professional, clearly they are acting as brokers and do not have proper organization and terrible follow up systems, they could not let me know when I could expect my car to be picked up. I cancelled the order and Michael told me it would take 7-10 days to refund my credit card. He wished me luck to find another broker, he said that they have been in bussines 2 1/2 years, like if that was a very well established, succesful bussines. Clearly all they want is your money and they do not care about satisfying the customer.
I hope this helps all of you readers to be careful and not trust the image that their website tries to sell.
After the way they treated me, I highly doubt that they will be ethical enough to refund my money. they said that they were working on my case and they will let me know
Terrible company, DO NOT HIRE. We hired them to pick up a car in Rhode Island in the end of August 2012. The gave us a "guaranteed" pick up date of Sept 1, 2012. A week after the 9/1/12 date, they sent a truck to pick up, and supposedly the car was too big for his truck (a 1931 Ford 2 door, much smaller than 80% of the cars on the road today) and said another truck would be there to pick up in 2 days. Two weeks later when I called I was told my sales rep left on leave for "brain surgery" and the order was forgotten about, and was promissed it was going to be picked up within 5 days. Finally on 10/1/12 I contacted another brokerage, they picked up the car and had it to me in 4 days (thats right 4 days) they quoted 6 days but were 2 whole days early ! So now, after we hired another firm and paid them, we tried to get our deposit back from Premier and were told several times it was sent to accounting to have a check cut and the typical run around. Today, the man said we were not getting our money back and go ahead and try because he always wins. Well not this time !
My wife and I relocated to another state for my job. One vehicle was covered in my relocation package, the other was not. We shopped various car transport companies (we were admittedly inexperienced in this arena) and found Premier Auto. My wife called (Jim Winters), they appeared knowledgeable, even warned us about scam artists, and we felt good dealing with them. Furthermore, they were quick to respond. We arranged the dates, price, etc and signed an agreement.
The day before the transport was to arrive they called and told us there was a driver who would take the car, but at a higher price. We spoke with the guy (Mike ) at Premier Auto Shippers and he told us if we didn't want this price then he would repost it... someone else would take it "no problem" but it might take another week. We said, ok. We do NOT want to the higher price. Repost it. We can wait. We asked them to email a confirmation -- but they never did. Next morning the driver showed up, demanded the higher fee and my wife told him no; not the agreed upon price and by the way, we told the folks at Premier the same thing. Sorry. This is when everything took a bad turn. We called to tell them someone showed up and was very upset... and that's when the guy at Premier got nasty (Mike). He said he wouldn't repost our car nor refund our money. After that it was radio-silence. We called and emailed and called and emailed. They just stopped responding and never answered the phones.
They claim we "refused the driver" and didn't cancel before a driver was assigned. They have no way to prove it, but neither do we (no email responses from them). They were nasty, mean, and used terrible language on the phone (the very few times we could reach them). We were effectively held hostage. No refund, no transport, and they wouldn't repost our car.
We pursed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau, but they never responded to that either. Our next step was to file a dispute with the credit card company. Surprisingly this (seemed) to work. Premier reluctantly refunded our money. Finally, we thought. We can lay this issue to rest.
Two months later they charged it again. Once more we are back on the phone with the dispute department at Bank of America... but this time the credit card company told us they need an email (or other evidence) from Premier (to us) stating that 1) we canceled before a driver was assigned 2) they demanded more money (outside the contract). There is no proof of either (remember, they wont send it in email) and so we are stuck with the bill.
In our experience, Premier Auto Shippers is a disreputable, dishonest, fraudulent company. They were vulgar and nasty after starting so sweet. They raised the price (all on the phone) the day before we were scheduled to ship. We canceled but they sent the driver anyways. It is a total scam. I recommend you NEVER use them.
We were happy to pay the agreed price and this "inconvenience" cost us a lot of money and time. Furthermore, we didn't have our car for a long time after we moved (a whole month!). We were effectively trapped... held hostage. And we had to pay! Don't let this happen to you.
Hey Premier, if you read this - call me - refund my money and I'll remove the post(s). Otherwise, I'm going to find every website I can and tell this true story.
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