Did you happen upon this site after you already started dealing with ZooZ Transportation? I feel your pain. I am truly sorry for what you’re probably now going through. The best I can do is provide you with some contact information if you really want to get a hold of someone immediately.
I am all too familiar with ZooZ Transportation’s voice mail greeting. So let’s get you some real numbers. This information is accurate as of March 6th, 2011. I imagine that once they find this page, they may very well change their phone numbers. If these are not correct any longer, please email me.
Meet The Scammers
Shimon Sasson (a.k.a. Shawn a.k.a Leon a.k.a. Rafhael a.k.a. Tom a.k.a Levin a.k.a. Simon) – CEO — 310-430-8907
This is either his cell phone or his home number. He tried to hide his number using caller ID block, but one of the times he called me, he apparently forgot to dial the *67. This was after I told him I was calling the police. Shimon is a dangerous person. He is a criminal and if you attempt to deal with him in person, you should ask for an escort by the LAPD.
Oren Osadon (a.k.a. Erick Thomas) – Supervisor/Owner — Phone # Disconnected as of 5/14/2011 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Oren was at home trying to deal with the delivery after the truck arrived at my house at 10PM. He called me from this number and asked that I don’t give it out. Tough luck, Erick. You shouldn’t have lied to me repeatedly. Oren Osadon (Erick Thomas) is the listed owner of Zooz Transportation.
Victoria Murillo (a.k.a. Tori)
At first I didn’t think Victoria (a.k.a. Tori) was complicit in all this, but I’ve since learned from some sources that she’s actually friends with Franco and Coni Matar. Franco and Coni run All American Trusted Van Lanes (trusted… HAH!). Anyway, she seems to be established in this group and as such she deserves mention on this page as well. She generally operates as their administrative assistant. Sucks to be you Tori. Now your name is enshrined on this hall of shame.
Maxx Socher – Hallendale Beach, Florida
Maxx Socher is a “salesperson” for these moving scammers. He also works at a Honda dealership as a car salesman. Maxx was the salesperson for our moving contract with Mainline Transportation. He is fully aware the he works for companies that operate hostage moving scams and he is certainly complicit in their operation. Maxx freely admits to being a drug user and drug dealer in the past on his Facebook page. He claims that he is now starting a Hip Hop record label.
Chris Michalski has been in the moving scam business for a long time. He was partnered with Maxx Socher under the name “Federal Moving Systems, Inc.” Chris has since been working in sales for various moving scam operations. He is currently employed by TNT Van Lines, Globe Van Lines, and Midwest Van Lines. I spoke with the owner of Globe Van Lines in person and I told him about Chris’ activity working for hostage moving companies. The owner of Globe Van Lines knowingly and willfully keeps Chris as an employee. As such, I would not recommend using their service either.
Robert Michalski is another member of this scam operation. It is likely that Robert is now working for other moving companies as well, but I do not have any direct knowledge of this. Robert is friends with Maxx Socher and he is Chris Michalski’s brother. I have reason to believe that Robert lives in Florida as well, but I cannot confirm this.
Their email address scheme seems to simply be [firstname]@zooztransportation.com. So you can try email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org (or maybe email@example.com).
Your next step will be to file a complaint with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety administration. You can file a complaint about your broker and your carrier at the same time on that form.