I am 70 years old and retired and I tried to help my Son move from Las Vegas, NV to Beaverton, OR because he got a job there and could not afford to move himself. I contacted Greg at Peapack and he helped figure the cubic ft. of the move. My Son had a one bedroom apt. with no appliances, mostly boxes of personal items. Greg originally quoted me a price of $1800. I then heard from him later and the price changed to $2169, he suggested that we should add another 20 boxes of personal items. He then asked me to digitally sign the online contract and pay him a deposit of $785. Everything was fine, I thought, until the evening before the move was scheduled and I received a call from Chloe, an employee of Peapack. Chloe said that she needed to increase the cubic ft. of the move and I needed to increase the deposit. She said that the new total cost of the move would be $4800. I told her that we could not afford that amount and to just cancel the move. She said that I had not cancelled the move within the 36 hr. window. I told her that the price had only changed 14 hrs, before the move. I tried to contact Chloe and Greg for 2 days and finally Greg answered. He told me that I would not get my deposit back and he was sorry but legally there was nothing I could do. I just want my $785 back.