Zip 2 Zip Moving

USDOT # 2422195
5260 Altura St
Denver, CO 80239
Denver
Colorado
Contact Phone: (720) 374-4907
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Zip 2 Zip Moving supplies indisputable services to our customer as we attempt to fulfill our clients wants.
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This company seem to have perfect reviews on some of the shipping sites and no idea how that can be true. Have been trying to get something super simple done for 5 days so far and have gotten nowhere. Constantly have to call them and can't get a clear answer on a simple questions. Where and when will you pick up car and will you honor your word... Nothing. No do what you say, say what you do here.

At the point when my planned mover appeared on moving day requesting twice as much cash, I connected with Zip to Zip. A companion of mine utilized them and said they were astonishing. I read some negative things online so when I called I was 100% legitimate and limit with them requesting the same consequently. I clarified my circumstance and Frank let me know that I had been lure and exchanged and that he was glad for me for having the balls to dismiss them. In spite of the fact that their cost was higher than my introductory cost with the unmentionable moving company, it was reasonable and genuine and they showed up the following day to my salvage. The driver was the special case who communicated in ENglish and that was hard in light of the fact that I was attempting to clarify things and required pressing. Generally no issues by any stretch of the imagination!

Cant Thank Zip to Zip enough to help me move. The folks were awesome they were cautious and extremely affable. You could tell they realized what they were doing. I just reserved my spot with Zip to Zip since they guaranteed I could be gotten and conveyed in the brief span outline I had. I was passed up the whole experience over all and would exceedingly prescribe Zip to Zip for anybody searching for movers.

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