A Man & A Van Moving Service

USDOT # 2192420
2074 North Gloster St
Tupelo, MS 38804
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Additional Phone: (662) 844-0007
Company Site: www.manvanmovers.com

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I hired this company to move me from a 1 bedroom apt in Tupelo and place my stuff in a storage unit less than a mile from the apartment complex. I had everything packed and the bed taken apart. They charged me 130 dollars an hour, and it took them 3 hours to move. The owner sent to college age kids to move me with no supervision and stuck it to me. I moved from Southaven, MS to Tupelo, MS and used Two men and a truck and paid less than I did for this move.

AWFUL!!! DO NOT USE!!! Not worth one star, but that was the minimum option. We used in the past and were pleased. However, new owner, new movers, and no longer good service. It took two guys twice as long to move half the load as previous movers. It was 1.5 hours to new destination, but it took them 2 hrs 45 minutes to arrive. We left at the same time and we waited on them for over an hour. Yes, we were paying by the hour. When they arrived, boxes had fallen, breaking items. They scratched the screen on flat screen TV. Of course, I contacted the manager. He stated that he spoke with Debbie(whoever that is) and she doesn't want to do anything about this. The manager, Debbie, nor the owner will return my call. What kind of company doesn't return customer calls when they had a problem with the services? In my opinion, the kind that doesn't care about the customer or the quality of services they provide. Terribly disappointed.....You have been warned.

Awesome company. Exceptionally polite.

Made my move a pleasurable experience. Can't say enough about an incredible job they did.

Quick little move. This was the site I found you on. Happy with service and how they were on time. please let me know about if this review works. Cool and I'll call you next time I move.

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