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Platinum Services Group

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US DOT #2118054

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(410) 631-9701

Website

www.baltimoremovingservice.com

Our Office

800 Gusryan Street

Platinum Services Group 800 Gusryan Street

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Tyron M

Tyron M

02/15/2016

Masters: - Guys were amicable - great client administration - perfect and productive

Kenny G.

Kenny G.

02/02/2016

My involvement with Platinum Services Group was phenomenal. They functioned admirably and proficiently, pressed professionally and were extremely cautious with our things. We had a genuine issue since they should move the things being dispatched into their destination before a particular time yet were held up in activity. I experienced no difficulty achieving the head of operations, and he was absolutely mindful and responsive.

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