CityWide Movers Inc

USDOT # 1974262
4600 W Palmer Street STE 2E
Chicago, IL 60639
Contact Phone: (704) 841-7001
Additional Phone: (773) 727-0525
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I used citywide for a recent move and they were phenomenal. Everyone was extremely nice and efficient and took all the stress out of the move entirely. They quoted me a rate that was fair and below others and even completed the job early. I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone who needs to move.

These guys were so awesome! I am never, ever moving myself again. They were so fast AND careful. Not a thing was broken and we were moved into our new place within a matter of a few hours. They were extremely nice and personable as well, and very reasonably priced. Hopefully my next move won't be for many years, but when I do I will definitely call Citywide Movers again.

I urgently needed to move some office equipment. I called in just before closing hours on Saturday and was happy to find out that there was a crew available for Sunday morning. Move went very well. Movers were able to put all cubicles in place together with all the office furniture. My office was all good to go for Monday morning! Thank you for your hard work!

The crew was fantastic! They arrived even earlier then we thought and everything was moved so fast! They called and let us know the plan since they were going to be early! Would highly recommend these guys! Very professional and fun group of guys!

Citywide is awesome! Excellent customer service, spot on attention to all details of my move, and most importantly careful with absolutely no damage to my high value and some fragile personal items. My crew arrived on time and make the moving experience quick and simple. I will definitely recommend them for any future moving needs to any friend or colleague.

Absolutely terrific in every way! I found and booked Citywide Movers one week before my move, and it seems I got lucky. The men were professional, hard working, accommodating and their friendly approach actually made the horrific process of moving quite fun! When booking things like this, I'm usually suspicious that I may be working with people who are untrustworthy or unmotivated, especially in the knowledge that I'm not paying for the most expensive service in town, but this company was neither of those things. I would recommend them to anyone.

I called Citywide and let them know exactly what I needed with this move, the rep took down my request and came back with an awesome price quote.
The price stayed the same even when the movers helped with the packing of my things. They were so professional and were willing to go the extra mile to help out.
My move did not take long and the movers were at my new address right on schedule. I just wanted to stop by and thank you guys for the fast move.

I relocated recently from IL to GA. Though it was not the first time for me but I eventually experienced a perfect move for the first time and that was possible only because of this company. Their sales executive offered me the best possible deal and the movers pulled out a miracle. They were running ahead than the schedule, provided extra bit of support, which was not mentioned in the initial quote, safely delivered my goods and also charged less than the quote. I call it the ultimate service. Thanks guys!

No, no, no! Don't consider using Citywide Movers!!! I contracted with Citywide Movers to move my daughters bedroom furniture and approximately 9 boxes of personal belongings to N.C. where she started a new job on August 1st. Prior to and during the booking process, I was assured (by Nate and Sheila) that the furniture would be delivered in 3-5 days. I made it VERY clear that this was crucially important. We originally scheduled the move for Friday July 28th but I was contacted by Citywide (Sheila) and told that they had a truck leaving for North Carolina on Thursday July 27th and if they could pick up my daughters thing that day, it would ensure delivery by August 1st (or within the 3-5 day time slot). As a result of that, we then rescheduled for Thursday, July 27th. Just as an aside, the movers came 1.5 hours late for a move requiring a scheduled elevator reservation that was supposed to end after 1 hour and 45 minutes. In addition, they charged us 40% over the price quoted even the the load size was as stated and properly packed by us.

The furniture was delivered almost one month later on August 22! When I called Citywide from Durham on July 31st to check on the arrival time, I was informed by Travis that the load did not make the truck and they didn't know when another truck would be going in that direction. "We'll keep you posted". Needless to say, I was furious and have followed up frequently since then. I even asked that they find a driver to take the stuff by itself to North Carolina. Of course they told me that it would cost quite a bit more and I said, "OK, get me a price." I never heard back. I demanded on about August 14th that my daughter's things be returned to my possession so that I could hire a legitimate mover to take them to North Carolina. I was told by Travis at Citywide said that they aren't allowed to do that. "The contract requires us to take you things to North Carolina."

In the meantime, while they held her possessions hostage, my daughter slept on the floor, no lights, clothes, required MEDICINES, kitchenware, etc.

As stated above, the furniture finally arrived on August 22 damaged! Two desks were totally ruined and had to be thrown away, the drawers on the dresser no longer close, and the upholstered bed frame was very badly soiled. I filed a damage complaint form as required by Citywide movers and asked for $800 in damages which was an understatement of the damages incurred. Citywide offered me and insulting $97! In addition, they won't pay the $97 unless I remove my online complaints!!!

No wonder they don't have more bad reviews!

Stay away from this dishonest, unethical and incompetent mover!

Citywide Movers have moved myself and other members of my family numerous times and have always done a great job. They go above and beyond in caring for my furniture and making everything easy. I highly recommend their moving and storage service

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