Toda Moving & Storage

USDOT # 2504993
1436 Stephen Drive Ne
Atlanta, GA 30329
Atlanta
Georgia
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (845) 422-1097
Company Site: www.todamoving.com

Moving with Toda Moving & Storage

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Our moving and storage company can transport assets in your area from your previous post to your unexampled hall. Clients have besides disclosed to us that Toda Moving & Storage is the topper in the district.
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Thank you David for your timely and professional move.

You explained the cost and process upfront.

Final cost was spot on estimate.

You were flexible with your scheduling.

You packed quickly and efficiently.

You unloaded in the precisely correct locations.

You were courteous and helpful throughout.

I highly recommend David. Excellent experience with Toda Moving.

I agree with April and Teresa H. Avoid this company like the plague. I feel totally ripped off. They bait you Then switch. It Is illegal to bait in switch. It is a crime called theft by conversion. Stay far away from this company. They bring unethical third world tactics, behaving irrationally and belligerently. They are all less than honorable, displaying cutthroat behavior. I was disgusted by their highly unprofessional strategy o steal your money by dragging the move out. They disappeared, went very very slowly charged me hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of dollars above the quote to move a tiny apartment. It appears they rifled through my sealed boxes and switching things to the wrong place dragging the time out to the maximum for a 2 hour move. I would never recommend them to anyone not even a dog I did not like should be treated they way these treat others. They should not be in business. If I could award zero stars that is what they would get. But the lowest score is 1 star. AVOID TODA MOVING AND STORAGE!

When you call this company you will talk to a person who is very friendly and sounds very professional and helpful, now that is the bait!!! Don't take it because you will later deal with David who is really street class and very unprofessional . This guy things only about his money, he does not care about you or your items and being very street class he is also disrespectful. I don't have anything personal against this company but I am simply sharing my experience ; if after reading this review you hired this company then you really should blame no one but yourself!!!!

The men worked fast and moved our 4 bedroom home without any damages. I will definitely recommend.

WARNING!!! DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH TODA MOVING & STORAGE!!! Extremely SLOW, inefficient and inexperienced company. You will end up wasting money and your time.

First off, I hired them for 9am and they didn't show up until 10am! They called at 9:15 and said "they left the office at 9" but were stuck in traffic. Here's the thing - if the job is at 9, why are you leaving the office at 9? Real professional. Also, I know traffic is bad in Atlanta, but there is no way it took them an hour to get from their "office" in Druid Hills to my location in Atlantic Station. They charge you a bogus $99 travel fee, they don't even have the decency to be on time and then one of them asked to take a bathroom break literally 30 mins after they got there. I mean, I'm not unreasonable, but not on my dime and definitely not after they were already an hour late. Use the bathroom before you get here, since you're taking your sweet time anyway!

"Dave" - who apparently is the owner and was also 1 of the 2 movers - had to be in his late 50s, early 60s. Maybe this is the reason it took them almost 2 1/2 hours just to load the truck!!! I had a small 1000 sq. ft. condo with the basics. Our freight elevator is double-sized and all of my furniture could have easily fit on it in one trip... or at least it did when I moved in. But these guys seemed completely inexperienced and inefficient, it was like this was their first move something. What could have been one trip on the elevator turned into 8-9 trips!

Once we got to the storage unit, "Dave" tells me that he thinks the job was going to take 4-5 hours... and I told him not a chance in hell! I am former military, I have moved around a lot in my life and this job should have only taken 3 hours max... that's if I was dealing with a moving company that knew what they were doing! It was clear that "Dave" was gouging, so I literally had to start helping unload. I basically told them to get all of my furniture off their truck and into the storage lobby. At one point I saw one of them (a grown MALE) carrying one bar stool at a time, while I (a 135lb. FEMALE) was able to carry TWO! I say this just to give you an idea of their lack of efficiency.

The final straw was when I sent them to put the sofa and bookcase in the storage unit and they disappeared for 20 minutes! I was livid!!! By the time they came back, I had single-handedly unload the remaining HALF of the truck... BY MYSELF! I had to call them to come back downstairs and when they did... I FIRED THEM FROM THE REST OF THE JOB! By this time, 4-hours had passed and 80% of my furniture was still sitting in the storage facility lobby. However I was so annoyed with the blatant disrespect for my time/money, I just preferred to finish the job myself!

After they left, I managed to get all of my furniture onto an elevator, unloaded into my storage unit and finished the job in 1-HOUR... again, by myself! TODA IS BY FAR THE SLOWEST & MOST INEFFICIENT COMPANY EVER!

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