United Transportation Moving & Storage

USDOT # 1978660
19320 Londeluis St
Northridge, CA 91324
Northridge
California
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (888) 668-3220
Company Site: www.unitedmovinginc.com

Moving with United Transportation Moving & Storage

Based in Northridge California, United Transportation Moving & Storage mission is to carefully handle customers shipments in a efficient cost effective way. Clients are helped every step of the way and our moving company includes cross country relocation for home residential or commercial Moving needs with full-service packing and storage if needed. We move families weekly and have entrusted customer base because we take valued belongings and transport them carefully. United Transportation conduct business with integrity.



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WORSE MOST DISHONEST COMPANY EVER DEALT WITH!!!! DO NOT USE!!
Response to b_ll Sh__ customer service. John the general supervisor at united transportation moving and storage, is let's be clear. You definatly declined to allow an Addendum to be added to form stating that if payment wasn't not made by your company I had protection. Since you have more than one review from an online source stating failure to pay settlements or told people bankruptcy was filed with your CEO/owner) so was it was necessary to have an agreement that would guarantee payment. He is a crook and so is your company. I told you you shouldn't of messed with me.

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