Goldmoor Inn
Complaint 325678 Details

  • Date Occurred: 06/01/2014
  • Reported Damages: $2,000.00
  • Location: 9001 N. Sand Hill Rd Galena, IL 61036
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I could never imagine this happening. Someone broke into the room from the windows and took away my phone and another guy's all belongings, including his wallet, his IDs, and his laptop computer. My personal belongings were luckily safe because I was hugging it tight when I was asleep. I could hear someone searching the lockers late at night. It was about 5am when this happened and I was half awake. By the time I realised that there was a thief it was too late, he ran away from the door. I immediately went to the reception and asked the guy (with blonde hair) whether he saw someone strange running out. He said no and told me that there's nothing he could do. I then went back to my room and woke everyone up to see if they have got their stuff stolen. Yes, as I said, another guy got his laptop and IDs and wallet stolen, so we went to the reception again and asked if we could check the CCTV.


ADDRESS: 9001 N. Sand Hill Rd Galena, IL 61036
CONTACT: Kelicia

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Company Statistics

  • Complaint Against Goldmoor Inn
  • Complaints Filed: 26
  • Reported Damages: $17,178.99
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