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Don’t get boxed into an overpriced moving or storage contract — let Moishe’s® Moving find the solution that fits you best. More than 35 years ago we began as local movers with just one truck and have steadily grown into one of the most respected NYC moving companies out there. Moishe’s is known to be one of the most trusted names in the business; we pride ourselves on exceptional customer relations and professional service. With every service we offer, we bring you the latest technology to make the process more efficient and your move, whether commercial or residential, as stress-free as possible.


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Andrew

Andrew

08/07/2018

Complete scam company!! They took our 500 cubic feet of stuff and claimed it was 1000 after they loaded it in a truck and forced my wife to sign papers by threatening her. Luckily when the moving truck arrived we measured the space our things took up and it was exactly 500 cu ft so we were able to dispute and win some money back from these crooks. They broke and lost several items also. We disputed the charges and won against them but I don't want someone else to have to go through being scammed by these low life people.

JP Man

JP Man

02/14/2016

Moishe's quickly caught up with a value quote and contract, so I thought their administration was choice. Kid, was I off-base. They showed up not on time, as well as didn't call to let me think about deferrals and the movers themselves got the call in regards to my turn 3 hours AFTER my planned time. So I took the three day weekend work just to be stuffed and moved into the little hours of the night. My NYC condo took them 5 hours to proceed onward top of pressing on top of additional items, I wound up abandoning some of my stuff in the able just to motivate them to stack a truck and get out. Besides they dramatically increased the first quote from the agreement we marked initially. After not exactly a month away, there were a few things that either didn't make the truck, didn't make the storage room, or remained focused truck. I would never procure this organization again.

Victoria K

Victoria K

02/05/2016

I can't say enough great things in regards to Moishe's. I have utilized them 5 times. Each time they come in under spending plan. They are so quick and productive. They never protest. I've never had a broken thing. The last move was from an elevated structure and into an UPack trailer. They stuffed the trailer so productively, we spared $200 on the trailer bill.I would prescribe them to anybody.

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