Here is why you should not trust Early Eagle Movers (owner: Eric S. Carlson) | He’s dishonest: He moved my belongings from my old residence to my new residence. As he was moving my things, he damaged my property and tried to hide it. | He’s a liar: I showed him the damages that were visible at the time and he told me he had insurance to cover it. Even though Mr. Carlson claimed to have insurance, he could not provide me with the insurance information. | He’s deceitful: I complained to the Better Business Bureau. The BBB informed me he was not responding to any of their correspondence. | He’s corrupt: Using the same contact information I had used with the BBB, I filed a complaint with Montgomery County Office of Consumer Protection. I was informed that they were able to get in contact with Early Eagle Movers and Mr. Carlson both through correspondence and in person but Mr. Carlson still refused to pay restitution because he had not been paid services. I highly doubt Mr. Carlson would have paid restitution in either case and that was confirmed by other parties.