B. Stimpson & Son Movers, Inc. Reviews (1)
Dear Mrs. Stimpson:
I write to address an overpayment in connection with the moving of furniture by B. Stimpson & Sons Moves from my apartment at [redacted] Street, [redacted], to [redacted] Street, [redacted], on or about September 29, 201 l. In particular, as you will see from the enclosed checks, three separate cheeks were paid to “Stimpson” for the same services resulting in an overpayment of $l,203.00.
First, I have enclosed a copy of check no. [redacted] which I wrote on the same day the moving services were provided (September 29, 2011) payable to “Stimpson,” in the amount of $903.00. That amount constituted payment in full for the services provided per the quote I was given: $129.00 an
hour (estimate of 4-5 hours, but actual time spent was 7 hours, copy of quote attached). Note that the word “[redacted]” added to the payee is not in my handwriting and apparently was added by someone else after I wrote out the check. This check was cashed on September 29, 2011.
Check no. [redacted] reflects a second payment for the same services on the same day, again. This check is not written in my handwriting and was not authorized by me. It was fraudulently cashed on October 3, 2011.
Cheek no. 1321 in the amount of $300.00 was a check I wrote on September 2, 2011, at the request of [redacted] Stimpson, as a down payment for the moving services to be provided on September 29, 2011. This amount should have been credited against the payment, but apparently was not. Also, again the word “[redacted]” was added to the payee line after I initially wrote the check without my authorization.
As you can see from the enclosed records (as described above), I am entitled to repayment from B. Stimpson & Sons Movers in the amount of the overpayment of $1,203.00. Please remit this amount to me immediately.