US-1 Van Lines of The Americas Moving

USDOT # 1039622
500 Three Islands Blvd #1011
Hallandale, FL 33009
Hallandale
Florida
Contact Phone: (800) 734-7600
Additional Phone: (954) 454-6770
Company Site: www.us-1vanlines.com

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US-1 Van Lines is a professional moving company with locations in Norcross, Georgia & Miami, Florida. US-1 Van Lines believes that home or office moves shouldn’t be burdensome and stressful. That is why we set out to establish ourselves as a leader in the moving industry. After over 20 years in the moving industry we think we have earned the distinguished position as one of the premier moving companies in the US.




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PLEASE DON'T USE THIS COMPANY. I CANCELLED A MOVE WITH THEM BECAUSE OF THE REVIEWS. DON'T BELIEVE THE ONES POSTED IN BBB, CHECK OUT REAL REVIEWS. ANYWAY THEY KEPT MY DEPOSIT. I'M 70 YEARS OLD, IN POOR HEALTH, WITH LIMITED RESOURCES AND NEVER EXPECTED THE DISRESPECT THEY SHOWED ME. THEY HAVE REALLY JEOPARDIZED MY HEALTH FROM ALL THE INCIDENTS SO I'M TAKING ACTION. A HORRIBLE, TERRIBLE, COMPANY.

Try not to USE THIS COMPANY!! In the event that you need a bad dream move, they convey!! They didn't appear upon the arrival of the booked get which deferred my home shutting. They harmed the house in transit out. Their answer was to abandon furniture! Disregard making a case! Breakage and harm are a piece of the arrangement. The cost was more than twofold the quote. At that point, they gave me under 18 hours notification to meet the conveyance that was more than 500 miles away!! I needed to close my business and drive 18 hours in 24 hours or danger bringing about $700/day in punishments. The workplace staff is uncooperative and awful (and that is putting it pleasantly). They ought to be made bankrupt.

These folks were extraordinary! Brisk moving, productive, courteous. I'd enlist them again thus if you.

Great moving company! Their name says it all....super professional. My movers were excellent and got the job done efficiently. Thank you! I will recommend this company to many friends and family!

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