Moving Mania

USDOT # 1750338
2792 Sucre Ave
Hollywood, FL 33026
Hollywood
Florida
Contact Phone: (844) 668-3871
Additional Phone: (954) 330-1609
Company Site: www.movingmaniausa.com

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They were friendly and knowledgeable about how to move our materials. Absolutely nothing was a problem for them, including the disassembly and assembly of my bed frame, moving my wardrob, protecting the glass top to my coffee table and my mirrors, and much more. I would highly recommend These guys to friends and family.

I have used Moving Mania for my last few moves, and have never had a problem or complaint with the services provided. They were fast, efficient, and careful with my furniture. They went above and beyond to ensure that my items were not damaged and that small items such as nails or screws were not misplaced. I really appreciated the care they showed during each move.

Your crew did a phenomenal job. They wasted no time and took care to make sure that I was informed and comfortable with all decisions. I can't tell you how wonderful these guys were and company. price went up a little but that was because i forgot to add a few things during quote process. They had the weekend i needed available and delivered everything on time and actually put everything together for me and in its correct spot. I dont write reviews really but i did promise i would because i was in awh with how well the whole process went. Thanks again

They did a splendid job with our move in the beginning of last month. Out of all the movers we've dealt with Moving Mania were by far the most professional. They took apart our beds, tables and just worked with speed and grace. It was a very quick and error free move which was quick and did not cost me more than the estimate

Used Moving Mania for a cross country move. Should have known they were too slick in the sales process. Had items stolen, damaged and missing. Their third-party claims process is a joke. They make it impossible to complete the claim. If you have one thing missing on their pages and pages of documents, you can't correct it, you must completely do it over. I first had to send a dozen emails just to find out what was missing. They send links that are misleading...like, "continue the claims process". They charged me for 1795 cubic feet of truck, but I used 1400, and with photo evidence, they ignored me. (They had a transfer truck pick up my move, and based the cost on a 50 mile load, versus a 2700 mile load. BS!!! Crooks one and all. NEVER use them.

Salesperson lied to earn the business would never speak to us after the deposit was paid. We were given an estimate of approximately 2200 to do the cross county move and we were very descriptive of the items we needed moved. He said we are a family owned business and do this all the time our estimates are firm unlike other companies the only thing you would pay for extra is extra boxes not on the invoice. I was told that we have a truck "going that way" and you could have your stuff in less than a week more likely 5 days. We don't sub contract any of our work out we do it all in house that is how we have been in business for so long. Come the day of the move the movers arrive as scheduled to load the truck. We did have 1 extra box and were willing to pay the cost of that. The movers loaded the entire apartment on the truck then sent someone up to meet with my girlfriend. We were told the estimate is wrong and the price was more than 30% higher to what was quoted. They tell you this AFTER your stuff is already on their truck. Since we were moving the very next day we simply had no choice but to agree. They will not take any payments other than an initial deposit on a credit card they require cash or a cashiers check. I now understand they do not want you to do a chargeback on the credit card. We numerous times tried to contact the sales person only to never be called back or e-mails responded to, The people in the office claim to not know what the salesperson has said and did not want to get the complaints. Fast forward out delivery day was 20 days not 5 days so over 2 weeks with no furniture or clothes in our new location. When they finally delivery they try to add almost $300 to the price! One angry call to dispatch and suddenly the mistake is found. I wonder how many people actually just break down and pay it to get their stuff? The crazy thing is that the work they did was good we received our items and while still unpacking for the most part everything arrived and is undamaged. The movers the hired in Utah were sub contractors. At the end of the day I want to them to honor the original estimate that we were given. I have initiated this dispute with the credit card company for the $580 deposit we paid for the job. Above that I would like a refund of $25 per day for the difference in the 5 days I was told it would take 7 at the longest to the 20 days it actually took.

Salesperson lied to earn the business would never speak to us after the deposit was paid. We were given an estimate of approximately 2200 to do the cross county move and we were very descriptive of the items we needed moved. He said we are a family owned business and do this all the time our estimates are firm unlike other companies the only thing you would pay for extra is extra boxes not on the invoice. I was told that we have a truck "going that way" and you could have your stuff in less than a week more likely 5 days. We don't sub contract any of our work out we do it all in house that is how we have been in business for so long. Come the day of the move the movers arrive as scheduled to load the truck. We did have 1 extra box and were willing to pay the cost of that. The movers loaded the entire apartment on the truck then sent someone up to meet with my girlfriend. We were told the estimate is wrong and the price was more than 30% higher to what was quoted. They tell you this AFTER your stuff is already on their truck. Since we were moving the very next day we simply had no choice but to agree. They will not take any payments other than an initial deposit on a credit card they require cash or a cashiers check. I now understand they do not want you to do a chargeback on the credit card. We numerous times tried to contact the sales person only to never be called back or e-mails responded to, The people in the office claim to not know what the salesperson has said and did not want to get the complaints. Fast forward out delivery day was 20 days not 5 days so over 2 weeks with no furniture or clothes in our new location. When they finally delivery they try to add almost $300 to the price! One angry call to dispatch and suddenly the mistake is found. I wonder how many people actually just break down and pay it to get their stuff? The crazy thing is that the work they did was good we received our items and while still unpacking for the most part everything arrived and is undamaged. The movers the hired in Utah were sub contractors. At the end of the day I want to them to honor the original estimate that we were given. I have initiated this dispute with the credit card company for the $580 deposit we paid for the job. Above that I would like a refund of $25 per day for the difference in the 5 days I was told it would take 7 at the longest to the 20 days it actually took.

This company WILL steal your belongings. I am hoping this reaches anyone who is considering using this company as I was not aware of this scam before I ":hired" them. I have a signed "Binding Estimate" that I was told would and could not be changed without my permission ans signature, However, this company loaded all of my belongings onto their truck an called me TWO DAYS later- once they had all of my belongings, and stated they needed $4,000!! more than the signed contract in order to finish the move and deliver my belongings. Then, once I obtained an attorney, they then stated they were "storing": my belongings for me and I would need to pay the additional $4K PLUS almost $1,000 in :"storage fees" to get my belongings back. Every tine I called their ""place of business": I heard Phyllis (their customer service rep- which is a joke) on the phone yelling at another customer who's money they were trying to steal. I then received a phone call form a man named Lee (and I use the term Man loosely) who cursed at me, called me a B#@$!, and threatened t auction if all of my belongings unless I paid a price he found to be appropriate. Again, I had a signed, binding agreement with these people. After researching them on the internet and filing official complaints with the DOT and BBB i found out there are many other complaints against them. I would rather spend the $4,000 on an attorney to ensure these people are not able to do this to another family. The belongings they stole included ashes of a deceased family member, irreplaceable photos of our children, electronics, clothes, banking information- basically everything you can think of that you would need to have transported form your old home to your new home. I had to spend everything in my savings account to buy new beds and necessities for me and my family.

I can't believe there are actually companies that would treat another human being this way, but I learned the hard way. I don;t want that to happen to another person or family. PLEASE- no matter what mover you end up hiring- MAKE SURE they have good customer reviews a that are legitimate (not reviews left by members of their "scam"). This has harmed my family in a way that can never be repaired. All we wanted to do was receive our belongings for the agreed upon price in the signed contract. Instead, they walked away with over $700 of my money (which they insisted be paid at the time of pick up) AND all of my belongings.
I am continuing my lawsuit in Florida- even though I live in the Northeast, because I believe it is worth it to prevent this scam to happen to more people.

Moving Mania INC & Team were fantastic! They texted in the morning that they could come much earlier than anticipated, which we really appreciated. They moved our one bedrooms/kitchen/living room to a new place like it was nothing, and the whole time they were very positive, friendly, and stayed in communication to let us know what was going on. They also were far and away the least expensive of all the companies we contacted. Will be using Moving Mania INC for our further move for sure.

Moving Mania INC were excellent! On time, professional, and efficient. I highly recommend this company for your move. They were careful with my belongings, and wrapped the big items like furniture. I am so thankful we used them for this move and we will certainly be calling them for any future moves!

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