Before I moved, I bought a new container of cleaner. I was nearly out of the previous one, I'm 100% certain I bought a replacement.
Before I moved, I had two bottles of shampoo (one almost empty, and a new/full one to replace it).
Before I moved, I had FOUR extra/new tubes of new toothpaste.
All those things are missing, and they all would have been packed in the same box. (The cleaner could go with the other stuff, since it was new/sealed).
But how would the movers know which box to 'lose'? They have tape in their trucks, and they're alone with your boxes in the truck. They do add extra tape to boxes if they think it's not closed well enough, so they could easily open them, check what's inside, then reclose it and if needed, add more tape.
I had numbered my boxes, but things were so hectic, I didn't check them on the other end as I was unpacking.
It's possible, though unlikely, that I left them behind. I checked both apartments very carefully, multiple times, before turning in the keys.
I suppose I should be happy that's all that's gone, things that can be replaced. But still. I use an expensive/special toothpaste that's about $8 per tube, so altogether that's almost $60 worth of stuff. And that's only what I've noticed is gone. I'm sure the box had more than those three things in it.
It's been almost two months since I moved, so it'd be pretty pointless to contact the moving company. Plus I have no proof...