Momo Movers Inc

USDOT # 1958550
6118 Fieldston Rd
Bronx, NY 10471
Bronx
New York
Contact Phone: (800) 566-8462
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I've moved a lot in Manhattan and this was my smoothest move yet. I decided to use Momo Movers after my boyfriend had a great move with them. They were $300 cheaper than Flat Rate Movers (and $200 cheaper than my move with Moishe's the year before!!) and much friendlier that Imperial Moving (I had to call them twice to ask for my down payment). Not only were they incredibly friendly, they handled my things with care and got a tough job done with grace. In my experience, these are by far the best movers in the city and you certainly get a bang for you buck---a win-win situation!

I had some last-minute drama with my broker, and my moving date changed from Monday to Tuesday at the last minute -- as in the Friday before. Given that it was the end of the month, it as a nightmare to call new movers, especially since I could only move in the morning. Momo actually only had afternoon availability, but when I explained my predicament they actually asked their morning appointment if she could move to the afternoon & I took her spot. I probably would have given them 5 stars just for being able to fit me in.

All things considered, I'm to a great degree content with the administration and would prescribe them to anybody. They're quick, responsive, and dependable. I called numerous spots that wouldn't lift and sounded amateurish from the minute I addressed them, however not these folks... They were sound and expert from start to finish. Will utilize them again later on.

Best company in New York city. friendly,fast, very professional.i will recommended to my friends.

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