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Konami Moving & Storage

Konami Moving & Storage is one of the listed moving companies in your area.
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Konami Moving & Storage is one of the listed moving companies in your area.
Konami Moving & Storage can induce your move easy with relocation companies who may equal with you every tone of the room.
clients have told us Konami Moving & Storage is in the place and our Konami Moving & Storage reviews below reflect instructive remark.

Membership(s) & License Info.

MEMBER OF BBB: YES

LICENSE INFO:

US DOT # 2914575

ICC MC # 965836

INSURANCE ON FILE: $750,000

REQUIRED: $750,000

YEAR OF ESTD: 5/1/2015

Hours of Operation

MONDAY-SATURDAY 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM

SUNDAYS 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Contact Info

TOLL FREE:

877-939-7333

PHONE:

(818) 993-2170

Address

Konami Moving & Storage 17206 Saticoy St # 310 Van Nuys, CA 91406
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Van Nuys
California

Payment Options

ALL MAYOR CREDIT CARDS, CASH, PAYPAL AND CERTIFIED CHECKS

60.0% Recommended based on user reviews

Reviews

Reviews

Konami Moving & Storage

08/05/2020

Konami is the worst. They take your money, make you sign a binding agreement and don't perform on their end. Looking for others who were screwed and would like to join a class action lawsuit.

Konami Moving & Storage

03/06/2020

A couple of the things wouldn't have been that big of a deal, but they started adding up real quick! Our pickup date got pushed back. Multiple miscommunications on their end about timing. They don't answer the phone number(s) they provide for you. They originally told us that "weight wasn't an issue and to utilize space" so we filled our coolers and safe and cabinets with stuff, but were told upon arrival that everything had to be removed and repacked in boxes, which changed how much space we needed and our stuff wouldn't fit on their truck anymore. They wouldn't load suitcases or duffel bags with stuff in it. (I guess I can understand that, but COMMUNICATION IS KEY!!!) My husband had to remove all our items off the truck by himself and they drove away without any further communication. I have tried calling and emailing over the past couple of days to no avail. I guess I'm saving myself the headache of working with a company that isn't trustworthy, but I'm not sure that's worth the $509 deposit they charged me!!

When you're packing up your beloved belongings and moving them cross country, you want to find a company you can trust with your stuff. They are NOT that company. They may quote you a cheaper price than competitors up front, but I promise you the headache and the lies and the extra fees they try to sneak in there will add up quicker than you think!!

The driver also told us they legally have 30 days to deliver your stuff. Keep that in mind!

Konami Moving & Storage

06/02/2019

My son hired Konami to move his belongings from Waco, Tx. to Brooklyn, NY. They loaded his things on May 15, 2019 and we requested a delivery date of May 24 in Brooklyn. Employees of Konami assured my son the 24th would be no problem for delivery. He called on the 23rd to see what time his items would be delivered so we could plan accordingly. No answer from the office, the driver, the person who loaded his things, NOBODY. He left messages with everyone and NO ONE returned our calls. Needless to say, his things WERE NOT delivered on May 24 as promised, and we heard NOTHING from anybody until FIVE days later when someone called and said delivery would take place Friday, May 31. No delivery on May 31. My son called all day and no one would return his calls. Finally that evening I called the number listed on the website and reached someone in customer service in Las Vegas. When I explained the situation, she informed me that Konami's Texas operations had closed as of April, they had no record of my son's name or move, and that this wasn't even their job. WHAT???? After paying over $1000 to KONAMI MOVING and having my son's belongings picked up by movers from KONAMI MOVING and put into a truck that says "KONAMI MOVING" on the side of it, I don't know what's going on, but it sounds like there may be a scam going on here! As of today, June 1, 2019, my son is in Brooklyn STILL waiting for his belongings that were promised on May 24. After talking with customer service in Las Vegas, I called every number we have for Konami, including the driver, the supervisor, and the person whom we originally talked to in Waco, got none of them to answer, left messages, and as of 24 hours later, have received no call backs.
This company's lies have cost us A LOT in both time and money and I DO NOT appreciate it.

Konami Moving & Storage

01/15/2019

I can only say avoid these people at all costs. Many of the items were broken when delivered. The dispatcher was unresponsive to multiple requests as to when the items would be delivered and the price was jacked up several thousands of dollars above the initial quote.

Konami Moving & Storage

05/05/2018

My move to Los Angeles went smoothly. They picked me up in Hackensack, NJ within a couple days of me calling them. It was a rush job and they delivered. I received my items in LA about 2 weeks after they picked up my furniture. It was a small move but it went perfectly. The women I talked to was great as well. She was meticulous tallying my things to go on the truck.

Konami Moving & Storage

04/25/2018

Konami was quite impressive in their overall moving service. From my original home in Scottsdale, AZ all the way to Washington DC it was perfect. The women I spoke to during my initial assessment was Cheryl. I spoke to her off and on through out a month. She was very patient, kind and very knowledgeable. She said she has been a moving analyst for 15 years and the way she evaluated my inventory I would believe her. Without even stepping foot in my home she was exactly correct on my size of items and the amount to move right over the phone, also some face-time. The moving team she dispatched handled my items with care and were easy to talk to. The team the delivered my items were professional as well. They even have someone call you to check on how the move went. I told them A+ and to look for my positive review online.

Konami Moving & Storage

04/15/2018

They are dangerous. Stay away. The cost is 1000 to 1500$ more than estimated price. It takes more than a month to receive your items. They move it from truck to truck. I am absolutely fool to chose them.

Konami Moving & Storage

03/27/2018

I had to make a quick move to Renton to be near my father and the only company I spoke with able to do this was Konami. The phone salesperson helped me itemize my belongings quickly and made the hectic move a bit easier on me. The other reviews I read on them said the sales people were great, but I thought the moving team was great too. It didn't have a whole lot of things, but they were kind and professional to me. Maybe it's a hit or miss. I really thought they were five-star worthy.

Konami Moving & Storage

03/22/2018

I had to make a quick move to Renton to be near my father and the only company I spoke with able to do this was Konami. The phone salesperson helped me itemize my belongings quickly and made the hectic move a bit easier on me. The other reviews I read on them said the sales people were great but I thought the moving team was great too. It didn't have a whole lot of things but they were kind and professional to me. Maybe it's a hit or miss. I really thought they were five star worthy.

Konami Moving & Storage

03/22/2018

Recently I moved from LA to Renton to be close to my father. I had to move on short notice and Konami had me out of my old house and into my apartment in just over a week. No other company I spoke with was able to accommodate.

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