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Hermes Moving And Storage Ca

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22215 Meekland Ave

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Evelyn

Evelyn

06/02/2021

Just used this company yesterday. Victor and Alex were very courteous and professional. They did a great job overall and got me moved relatively quickly. I will say to try to take a morning appointment because they had an am job and didn't get to me until 5pm. The move lasted until 10pm. Everyone was exhausted at the end! Thanks Victor and Alex!

Just used this company yesterday. Victor and Alex were very courteous and professional. They did a great job overall and got me moved relatively quickly. I will say to try to take a morning appointment because they had an am job and didn't get to me until 5pm. The move lasted until 10pm. Everyone was exhausted at the end! Thanks Victor and Alex!

Evelyn

Evelyn

06/02/2021

Just used this company yesterday. Victor and Alex were very courteous and professional. They did a great job overall and got me moved relatively quickly. I will say to try to take a morning appointment because they had an am job and didn't get to me until 5pm. The move lasted until 10pm. Everyone was exhausted at the end! Thanks Victor and Alex!

Just used this company yesterday. Victor and Alex were very courteous and professional. They did a great job overall and got me moved relatively quickly. I will say to try to take a morning appointment because they had an am job and didn't get to me until 5pm. The move lasted until 10pm. Everyone was exhausted at the end! Thanks Victor and Alex!

Sherrill Nieslen

Sherrill Nieslen

10/13/2021

While we have incurred over $3,000.00 in damages, they will not only not pay for furniture repair but will not pay the claim amount of $300.00. Do not use this company for storage or out of state. So many boxes did not arrive, so much broken and lost.

While we have incurred over $3,000.00 in damages, they will not only not pay for furniture repair but will not pay the claim amount of $300.00. Do not use this company for storage or out of state. So many boxes did not arrive, so much broken and lost.

Sherrill Nieslen

Sherrill Nieslen

08/07/2021

Crooks is right!!

Crooks is right!!

Sherrill Nieslen

Sherrill Nieslen

08/07/2021

We hired this company last year when it was still Cal State Moving and Storage. All reviews were great. During the weeks leading up to the move my email contact disappeared so no updates on what we were moving were received. We ordered a full pack move. This was an out of state move, our house about 2800 sq.ft. Three men arrived about 1:00 in the afternoon. They had instructio...

We hired this company last year when it was still Cal State Moving and Storage. All reviews were great. During the weeks leading up to the move my email contact disappeared so no updates on what we were moving were received. We ordered a full pack move. This was an out of state move, our house about 2800 sq.ft. Three men arrived about 1:00 in the afternoon. They had instructions and materials for a partial pack only. Twice as much material and men were needed. Work was not started until after 1:30. They worked until about 8pm, still not done. They charged us for a second truck and crew the next day to complete it. There is massive damage to our things....broken furniture, so much broken glass no way to identify it. Kitchen and bathroom boxes missing, moldy king mattress, broken TV.... too much to describe. At least $5,000 damage minimal, plus they delivered someone else's broken TV and old chairs that are not ours and will not pay for their disposal. Customer service is terrible too.

Matt Streich

Matt Streich

07/07/2021

An awful company, requested my stuff to be delivered a week ago and still getting the runaround from them. They damaged my apartment when picking up my stuff, waiting anxiously to see what they damage if they ever deliver. I feel like my stuff is being held hostage

An awful company, requested my stuff to be delivered a week ago and still getting the runaround from them. They damaged my apartment when picking up my stuff, waiting anxiously to see what they damage if they ever deliver. I feel like my stuff is being held hostage

max

max

02/26/2018

excellent experience.

excellent experience.

Julie Shaffer

Julie Shaffer

08/20/2019

CROOKS! Moved from Michigan to Florida, only delivered part of what they picked up now they've disconneted all their phone numbers! Was Cross Country Movers, changed name to Hermes. SCAM! SCAM! SCAM !

CROOKS! Moved from Michigan to Florida, only delivered part of what they picked up now they've disconneted all their phone numbers! Was Cross Country Movers, changed name to Hermes. SCAM! SCAM! SCAM !

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