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United Pro Moving LLC

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Lake Hiawatha

144 N. Beverwyck Rd #174

New Jersey 07034

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11/11/2020

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Karin

Karin

06/11/2021

Professional team that handled our heavy things well! Moved an upright piano perfectly and heavy dining tables. 1 thing broken, the feather off an American Indian bust I've had for years that will be hard to replace... Otherwise great service and team was friendly and hard working!

Professional team that handled our heavy things well! Moved an upright piano perfectly and heavy dining tables. 1 thing broken, the feather off an American Indian bust I've had for years that will be hard to replace... Otherwise great service and team was friendly and hard working!

yara

yara

06/07/2021

Excellent job. United Pro moving staff are on time, efficient, know their jobs. They use their staff to their strengths. No sitting down on the job , time was used very efficiently. The guys are polite, flexible and considerate. We will most definitely use their services again. Thank you.

Excellent job. United Pro moving staff are on time, efficient, know their jobs. They use their staff to their strengths. No sitting down on the job , time was used very efficiently. The guys are polite, flexible and considerate. We will most definitely use their services again. Thank you.

Kathy

Kathy

06/07/2021

United Pro Moving was great excellent service and polite yes the price was a little bit extra when they showed up but yes I did have extra items

United Pro Moving was great excellent service and polite yes the price was a little bit extra when they showed up but yes I did have extra items

Jasmine

Jasmine

06/07/2021

All three guys were great. Arrived on time and listened to my request regarding my furniture. They were very professional and will use them again without a doubt.

All three guys were great. Arrived on time and listened to my request regarding my furniture. They were very professional and will use them again without a doubt.

Jasmine

Jasmine

06/07/2021

All three guys were great. Arrived on time and listened to my request regarding my furniture. They were very professional and will use them again without a doubt.

All three guys were great. Arrived on time and listened to my request regarding my furniture. They were very professional and will use them again without a doubt.

Deb

Deb

07/26/2021

Hello I have been trying to contact someone for over a week about 1000 Cubic feet of storage space. The number on this website and my receipt go straight to Voicemail and I would like a new quote based on the increased footage immediately.

Hello I have been trying to contact someone for over a week about 1000 Cubic feet of storage space. The number on this website and my receipt go straight to Voicemail and I would like a new quote based on the increased footage immediately.

Karen Belcher

Karen Belcher

07/15/2021

I had a great experience. The crew was very professional. They made the moving process very efficient and comfortable. I highly recommend this company.

I had a great experience. The crew was very professional. They made the moving process very efficient and comfortable. I highly recommend this company.

George Williams/Janice Matthews  7/12/21

George Williams/Janice Matthews 7/12/21

07/12/2021

We were disappointed when we received our belongings. We had several boxes that were crushed. Especially boxes that were labeled fragile. When the boxes were taken office the truck the movers had boxes that were labeled fragile was at the bottom with boxes on top of them. I had to tell them to move the boxes off of them. There were 5 container one of them the cover was crushed ...

We were disappointed when we received our belongings. We had several boxes that were crushed. Especially boxes that were labeled fragile. When the boxes were taken office the truck the movers had boxes that were labeled fragile was at the bottom with boxes on top of them. I had to tell them to move the boxes off of them. There were 5 container one of them the cover was crushed into pieces.. My fragile boxes had bubble wrap and peanuts . Because of the way our belongings were handled it didn't matter that I had protection.. Once my husband and I opened the fragile boxes there were broken statues, vases, pictures, flower globe. When boxes are labeled fragile I assumed that they should be handled as FRAGILE not just thrown onto the truck. I am missing my $70 garbage can that is on the list of items that I never received. I called the movers back and I did receive a call back and I explained to him that I didn't get my can. He thought that they might be at the another home that they delivered belongings to. I never received a call back when I was told I will inform you of what might have happened. Never received a call back regarding where my garbage can was. Very disappointed with the outcome of my fragile belongings

Brandon Stewart

Brandon Stewart

07/10/2021

These guys were terrific! They were helpful when I needed to change my original move date. Then when move date arrived, they showed up on time. Everything was thoughtfully padded, packed, and moved onto the truck. At the delivery location, the guys were careful about protecting the newly finished hardwoods. They carefully set up beds and dressers in bedrooms. They even moved furniture...

These guys were terrific! They were helpful when I needed to change my original move date. Then when move date arrived, they showed up on time. Everything was thoughtfully padded, packed, and moved onto the truck. At the delivery location, the guys were careful about protecting the newly finished hardwoods. They carefully set up beds and dressers in bedrooms. They even moved furniture from here to there when I didn't like the original location. I definitely recommend United Pro Moving! I will use them again.

Kevin

Kevin

07/07/2021

Thank you Faris, He was extremely helpful and very knowledgeable. He went above and beyond to help answer my questions and get my situation handled. I highly recommend working with this company!

Thank you Faris, He was extremely helpful and very knowledgeable. He went above and beyond to help answer my questions and get my situation handled. I highly recommend working with this company!

Sophia Hall

Sophia Hall

07/03/2021

These guys are the worse moving company in the world! Told me they would be at my home on one day but did call or let me known anything until 6:30 in evening that same day. Then told me they couldn't come until the next day! I had to cancel my visit trip. Wasted a whole day waiting on them, Don't use this company they are a total rip off have not even offered a discount for not showi...

These guys are the worse moving company in the world! Told me they would be at my home on one day but did call or let me known anything until 6:30 in evening that same day. Then told me they couldn't come until the next day! I had to cancel my visit trip. Wasted a whole day waiting on them, Don't use this company they are a total rip off have not even offered a discount for not showing up on the day the planned and was arranged. There will be no rating because they suck! They take all your money from you and don't fullfil there arrangements, this is taking advantage of the elderly.. Sham on this company. They also make you rate them or you can't submit a comment!!!!!!!!

Frank khubiar

Frank khubiar

05/16/2021

These people are crocks. Destroyed my household items during moving. So.many missing items. So many broken items. The owner of company is Faras phone number973820-8808 he is a big time scamer. And his moving coordinator Name Hashim another crock. Do nit use their service. YOU WILL REGRET IT BUT IT WILL BE TOO.LSTE. WITH RATING OF 2 How can these mirons stay in business. To a...

These people are crocks. Destroyed my household items during moving. So.many missing items. So many broken items. The owner of company is Faras phone number973820-8808 he is a big time scamer. And his moving coordinator Name Hashim another crock. Do nit use their service. YOU WILL REGRET IT BUT IT WILL BE TOO.LSTE. WITH RATING OF 2 How can these mirons stay in business. To add if you planning relication stay away from GOLD STANDARD RELOCATION company. They use these liw rated mivers in their budiness.

Edward

Edward

01/11/2021

Professional movers great guys

Professional movers great guys

Mike

Mike

12/01/2020

Happy with United pro moving

Happy with United pro moving

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Moving companies that operate within the borders of a particular state are usually regulated by the state DOT. Sometimes the public utility commission in that state will take care of it. This only applies to some of the U.S. states such as in California (California Public Utilities Commission) or Texas (Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. However, no matter what state you are in it is always best to make sure you are compliant with that state

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