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Southcoast Moving Storage


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445-447 Bolton Street

Southcoast Moving Storage 445-447 Bolton Street

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The moving company located in Brockton mass is a scam owner Steve keeps your belongings they work with housing authority

Mahdi A

Mahdi A


Enormous large trailer. Short notice plan. Incredible administration, aides cautious with furniture. 2 aides from this moving company is sufficient for the greater part of the stuff. Best evaluating I could discover. I would suggest this moving company, esp. to understudies such as me originating from away and need quick planning. So content with their administration. Will request their administration once more.


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