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Richard

Richard

12/12/2018

Not a great experience - was told they were handling everything, took my deposit to secure a carrier, the first who bailed, the second did pick up the car, and a week later with an hours notice, found out we paid the driver on delivery - not Avon, they left that detail out, so don't believe the full service claim...

Not a great experience - was told they were handling everything, took my deposit to secure a carrier, the first who bailed, the second did pick up the car, and a week later with an hours notice, found out we paid the driver on delivery - not Avon, they left that detail out, so don't believe the full service claim...

Ryan

Ryan

02/03/2019

Outstanding

Outstanding

Mahesh Anna

Mahesh Anna

02/03/2019

Outstanding Service the movers showed up on time and did a really good job. Thank You Avon

Outstanding Service the movers showed up on time and did a really good job. Thank You Avon

aliyah asallan

aliyah asallan

02/03/2019

Super Happy Shipper

Super Happy Shipper

chaunce Girard

chaunce Girard

02/03/2019

The right one for the Job, From the very first time i spoke with Teddy I felt at ease. He explained the services and gave us many options i will used Avon for sure

The right one for the Job, From the very first time i spoke with Teddy I felt at ease. He explained the services and gave us many options i will used Avon for sure

Curtisha Shepherd

Curtisha Shepherd

02/03/2019

Very professional.They work as a team,very outstanding!

Very professional.They work as a team,very outstanding!

Ted Riley

Ted Riley

02/02/2019

Outstanding service, very super to work with. Very competitive price for the amount we had. I would definitely used them and also recommend to everyone. The movers did a great done also.

Outstanding service, very super to work with. Very competitive price for the amount we had. I would definitely used them and also recommend to everyone. The movers did a great done also.

Ryan

Ryan

02/02/2019

Outstanding service, very outgoing and personable, he takes his time to explain the service and I love it. Thank you Teddy

Outstanding service, very outgoing and personable, he takes his time to explain the service and I love it. Thank you Teddy

Daria Bullard

Daria Bullard

02/02/2019

I used Avon moving to move from California to Texas and was very please with the rate as well as door to door service.customer service department followed up with me through out the move.driver stayed in touch he had a traffic delay and called to let me know. I will definitely use Avon in the future also recommended to my friends and family.

I used Avon moving to move from California to Texas and was very please with the rate as well as door to door service.customer service department followed up with me through out the move.driver stayed in touch he had a traffic delay and called to let me know. I will definitely use Avon in the future also recommended to my friends and family.

Allie

Allie

02/02/2019

After being ripped off by another company, finding Avon was a blessing. Teddy was very helpful in giving me an education and explaining services. Gave me an accurate quote to move my car. Customer service was very helpful and attentive. Great company. Would highly recommend.

After being ripped off by another company, finding Avon was a blessing. Teddy was very helpful in giving me an education and explaining services. Gave me an accurate quote to move my car. Customer service was very helpful and attentive. Great company. Would highly recommend.

Ashley

Ashley

02/02/2019

Love you guys. Thanks for your outstanding work

Love you guys. Thanks for your outstanding work

James Cespedes

James Cespedes

02/03/2019

Teddy was my contact for the entire transfer. He was communicative the entire time even through the weekend. The vehicle got to me as expected. He killed it. Would recommend teddy to do business with. A+

Teddy was my contact for the entire transfer. He was communicative the entire time even through the weekend. The vehicle got to me as expected. He killed it. Would recommend teddy to do business with. A+

aliyah asallan

aliyah asallan

02/03/2019

easy as 123

easy as 123

Coral Turner

Coral Turner

04/07/2019

SCAM - DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY - Teddy, the CEO, reached out to me after I filled out an online search for a moving company. We talked back and forth for about a month regarding my move from DAL to LAX. I wanted to hire him to move my furniture. We agreed on a rate of $1400 and I let him know I was flying down to pack up my stuff. We agreed on a date and I sent hi a $460 deposit via c...

SCAM - DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY - Teddy, the CEO, reached out to me after I filled out an online search for a moving company. We talked back and forth for about a month regarding my move from DAL to LAX. I wanted to hire him to move my furniture. We agreed on a rate of $1400 and I let him know I was flying down to pack up my stuff. We agreed on a date and I sent hi a $460 deposit via cash app. He sent me a deposit receipt & invoice. He told me someone was coming Wednesday and no one came. I had to fly back to LA the next day and I called him he told me someone could come Saturday. I told him my lease was up but finally after asking my brother, he cleared his schedule for Saturday to sign off on the inventory. Teddy told me some one was coming before 2pm-4pm on Saturday. My brother was there and waited and no one ever showed up. He will not answer my calls, texts or emails. Now i'm out $460 + paying for my lease extension each day.

ted

ted

01/12/2020

Outstanding service

Outstanding service

ted

ted

01/12/2020

Outstanding service

Outstanding service

ted

ted

01/12/2020

Outstanding Service

Outstanding Service

ted

ted

01/12/2020

Outstanding Service

Outstanding Service

TED Riley

TED Riley

02/11/2020

Love this company

Love this company

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