Moving On Up Company
Moving with Moving On Up Company
These folks screwed as of now at the quote stage. Had a 8am arrangement (first arrangement of day). Had made it clear that I had a hard stop at 9am. Salesman calls me 8:30am to tell me he will be there in another 30 min or so because of activity. He ought to most likely have expected movement and left a hour before. Over a hour late for the main deals call of the day? Not this time! On the off chance that this is the way they handle client administration amid the business procedure, I can't begin to envision how they will handle the move. Dolts.
Be careful!!! As should be obvious from alternate surveys posted here, this organization is an aggregate trick. We contracted them to move our family unit from Indianapolis to Tampa. They got our furniture and boxes on September 13 and it's currently October 8 however they STILL have not conveyed our possessions. It doesn't take just about a MONTH to drive from Indiana to Florida. We have called for a long time and are given another reason every time we call. We are recording a grumbling with each organization accessible and will be reaching a legal counselor too. These rating frameworks require an approach to show negative stars. One star is too useful for these individuals.
We were truly baffled ....unfortunately!!
I trust they enhance their administration!!! Sending them Blessings....
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