Moving with IC Moving
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I repeat DO NOT DO NOT use they services they are horrible full shit RAY is full of shit also . They never called me back like they said to let me know what time they coming had to go find a uhaul at the last min.. I see why they got a -1 for rating FUCK IC moving company and they mother ....................
Horrible service. Do not go for if they say will move free for you. I have to move on 30th June-2018 (Saturday) and their contract mover text me one day before that they are coming around 8-9 am, They did not show up and when i called them around 09:45 am they keep changing my timing and on 30th they told me they can not come today but try to come next day (Sunday) They did not show up in the morning i was keep waiting and they know that my apartment lease is going to finish on 30th finally they came around 04:30pm on Sunday now the estimate i got from I C Mover it was $510 but after discount they gave me $460 estimate . I mentioned everything for furniture and 45 boxes. On saturday i moved all my 45 boxes only furniture left. Their mover came on Sunday at 04:30 and say they will charge $1800. i refused as estimate was $460 i was ready to pay $200-300 extra because my lease is going to expire on that day but he say not you have 3rd floor and heavy furniture well i know where i am living and also i mentioned everything about my furniture they just want to bribe and knows that my lease is going to expire. I refuse them now spoke to their manager with different phone # they can not give me my deposit back. Even they not reply back once you leave the massage for refund.
GUYS DO NOT GO WITH I C MOVER . SPEAK NICELY ON THE PHONE BUT HORRIBLE SERVICE OF THEIR MOVERS.
TERRIBLE. I was told I would receive a phone call around 12:45 for my move scheduled from 1-3pm. Never received a phone call, and couldn't get in contact with anyone without being put on hold for 20-30 min while the company "tried" to get in contact from the driver. They then asked if I could reschedule my move because a truck "wasn't working", understandable because things happen. I could not work around another date because I took off of work to specifically move out on this day. IC Moving then told me they would arrive between 5-7pm. I called them at 6pm because I did not hear anything and was assured that they would show. Well 8pm rolls around and I still had yet to receive a call. At that point I wasn't moving out at 11pm. Called and cancelled the move, received my deposit back. Never received an apology, would not recommend, made my move a nightmare.
Agree with other reviewers here. It's a SCAM. Movers didn't show up, got the worst possible Customer Service on the phone, caused a lot of anger and discomfort to me and my family. Had to make 3 phone calls to get refund, each with 20-30 minutes hold time.
6306 Downing St
SCAM!! This company is a Scam. Require a deposit, and the mover never showed up. When you call the phone number for representative, they said their system is down and not able to track their movers.
Cancelled credit card right away!
6306 Downing St
These people are big scam. They quote my move for $359 and when they arrived they changed the price to $800. The supervisor on the phone was very un-professional, using foul language; threating me that since he has my credit card info he will charge on it despite that I use their service or not.
Very horrible experience and inconvenience because of them. I will never recommend them to anyone.
I preferred the group of folks who moved me from Brooklyn, NY to Trenton, NJ. I would utilize them again in future. From my first telephone ring to set the move, everybody was extremely earnest and accommodating. They went ahead time and conveyed as guaranteed. All my furniture was wrapped so safely I had no issues with scratches. I am not going to search for whatever other organization.
These folks are SCAM!!! They were a NO SHOW. .indeed, even after proprietor addressed his cell number said movers were headed!! I wish I had perused their reviews..seems to be a propensity for theirs..they give u a low ball cite n then don't show up or answer the phones!!!! Spare yourself the cerebral pain n DO NOT USE THEM!!!!
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