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Wildcat Moving of Lexington, KY, is an accomplished nearby and long-separation moving organization that will handle your turn with consideration. The majority of their movers are perfect cut, athletic and very much prepared young fellows who will endeavor to make your turn simple. They are experts with expansive box trucks (up to 26 feet), huge encased trailers (14 feet), dollies, hand trucks, furniture cushions and a wide range of instruments. Best of all, they charge a level hourly rate. Their costs are substantially less than the huge folks since they are privately possessed and productively overseen by UK MBA graduates. Since they don't pay establishment expenses they can charge clients less while paying their neat and tidy and dependable movers more.

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Valerie Thomas

Valerie Thomas


I used this company in May 2021 to move from lexington ky to Richmond ky the words experience ever.The movers broke the fence from the property I was moving from and will not take responsibility for it.jack called my 15 year old dog stupid.I have complained to the corporate office no one is willing to take responsibility for what was broken or how I was treated nor will they offer any type of compensation. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY .I have relocated all over the world being military connected and I can truly say this was my first bad experience with a moving company.

Valerie Thomas

Valerie Thomas


I used this company in May 2021 to move from lexington ky to Richmond ky the worse experience ever.The movers broke the fence of the property I was moving from and will not take responsibility for it,jack disconnected all the electronics from the tvs,speakers and DVD players I had unattached cords everywhere ,wildcats sent someone else out to reconnect everything and even stated he is always cleaning up Jack's mess.Jack even went so far to call my 15 year old dog stupid .Out of everything I went thru with this company they are denying their unprofessionalism and refuse any compensation. Do not use this company!!!!

Joni A

Joni A


Not only were Tory Spencer and Austin delicate with our belongings, they were extremely efficient. We know that movers get paid by the hour, but these guys weren't trying to take their time to run up the clock. They wanted to get our stuff to our new place safely and quickly. Great job! Choose this company.

Bretha L.

Bretha L.


The team where exceptionally decent and watchful with my things. I utilized them for moving and capacity. They were magnificent. I would utilize them once more.


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