Universal Relocation Systems

USDOT # 1345912
1234 Shappert Drive
Machesney Park, IL 61115
Machesney Park
Illinois
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (815) 633-6600
Company Site: www.universalrelocationsystems.com

Moving with Universal Relocation Systems

Universal Relocation Systems is a full service moving company that has been proudly serving customers in the Northern Illinois/Southern Wisconsin area for over thirty-five years.
As an award winning North American Van Lines agent, we provide local, long distance and international relocations. We are a family owned second generation company who prides itself on providing a personalized worry free move.



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Please do not go with Universal Relocations.

1. I used Universal Relocations to Ship 8 Boxes from Norwalk, CT TO Coimbatore. The experience which i had was terrible. We sent our Shipment by June and Received by September 3rd week after a huge struggle with damages on New branded Kitchen utensils like Hard Anodized Pans Which is Too Costly.
2. We did everything as per the instructions given by Mr. Madhusudhan, sales rep from US. We packed in XL Heavy duty Box and wrote Fragile on the box too. But then also the damage had happened. We contacted the insurance team and they are saying they wont cover individual items which is not acceptable. Because of the bends in pan and lids the utensils are non usable which are brand New ones.
3. Every one knows that the whole box wil not be lost. The boxes were not handled properly. The boxes when it reached our home was in very bad condition because of which this damage happened. This is purely their carelessness but as a Customer we have to suffer. We are not earning money just like that. We are working hard to earn a single penny by leaving our friends and family. People dont understand that.
4. After using this Universal Relocations to Move from US to India,to be frank we had lot of issues and mental torture.
5. Please please do not Universal Relocations. There many other good, safe and secure movers who wil get ur belongings safely.
6. Many of my friends shifted lot of other valuable things with other relocation providers which reached safely without any damages.

It was my mistake to go with Universal Relocations so I wouldnt recommend you friends also to do the same mistake.

It was not a far move, one working to the following yet I required help with the bigger things. They were on time and even assisted with a percentage of the littler stuff. They were additionally really clever. I paid money so I am not certain in the event that they assume acknowledgment cards. I will be enlisting them again for my best course of action.

General Relocation helped me move and they were awesome. My turn was affirmed 2 days before by telephone and the movers appeared on time. They were quick, inviting and cautious with my furniture. I would suggest Universal Relocation and use them again myself.

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