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DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY. I paid them $1,800.00 they were supposed to pick up my items on a Monday never showed up. I called they said they would be out on Tuesday. I contacted them Tuesday to see if I can get a phone number to the person making the delivery since my pick up time was 4:00pm-8:00pm and they supposedly close at 6:00pm, which they never answer the phone. The girls in the ...
DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY. I paid them $1,800.00 they were supposed to pick up my items on a Monday never showed up. I called they said they would be out on Tuesday. I contacted them Tuesday to see if I can get a phone number to the person making the delivery since my pick up time was 4:00pm-8:00pm and they supposedly close at 6:00pm, which they never answer the phone. The girls in the office are completely rude and unaccommodating, they refused to give me the number was nasty and hung up the phone on me. Needless to say the foreman calls me Tuesday to say they had no room in the truck for my stuff and wasn't coming yet another day. This delayed my husband from driving to Florida and a lot of stress. Finally i was supposed to be picked up on Wednesday at 9:30 and they are a no show. NEVER USE OR CALL THESE PEOPLE.
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