AAA Moving Service

USDOT # 2795530
300 International Drive Suite 138
Buffalo, NY 14221
Buffalo
New York
Contact Phone: (800) 981-7779
Additional Phone: 1-800-981-7779
Company Site: www.aaamovingservice.com

Moving with AAA Moving Service

Movingitselfis not that troublesome. It's all the stuff paving the way to the move thataddup. Finding solid organizations and planning divert individuals from the stuff thattrulymatters. The important things in life are the new occupation, the new life partner, the first home.
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I had an overall very positive experience with AAA Moving and Storage. They charged a competitive rate relative to most of the other companies I contacted. My personal belongings were moved in a timely manner and, as far as I am aware, were received undamaged. I was very impressed with the driver and his assistant who were courteous, hard-working, and professional. I have only used their services once, so I cannot guaranty that all of their customers will have the same favorable experience that I had. But I would definitely recommend that others give them a tryout.

THIS COMPANY AFTER ALL THE INTERNET RESEARCH I HAVE INVESTED IN ... BY FAR THE RATE GIVEN AND THE CUSTOMER SERVICE LEVEL HAS EXCEEDED MY EXPECTATIONS TO THE LEVEL OF SERVICE I HAVE AQUIRRED .. I WILL NEVER GO ANYWHERE ELSE FOR ANY MOVING NEEDS .. ALSO ON A PERSONAL NOTE DONTE HAS IMPRESSED ME TO THE HIGHEST DEGREE... SINCERELY TOM 1ST OFFICER OF CRYSTAL LIMOUSINE LLC

Let me start off by saying I truly regret hiring you for my move. I began with the sales department and emphatically stressed the need for delivery 7/8. The rep Micayla stated for me to have pick up 7/6 and it would be delivered by the 8th. Secondly I made sure to properly inventory every item and box to get an accurate quote. The day of pick up the transport personnel came and said I had hit my quoted space and "what did I want to do with the rest"? Obviously I couldn't leave stuff behind due to our life move to another state, so I told them to get it all on the truck. At the completion of packing the truck, not only did it increase my price (not by a couple of hundred dollars) but over doubled the price. I went from having to pay $820 on pick up to $1775. How is it possible to grossly misquote something and still be in business! How are people just able to drastically come up with that difference of cash on the spot???? I truly wish I would have hired someone like 2 men and a truck to bring my stuff because unlike what was promised I have been in my house for 5 days and no belongings and keep being told by dispatch that they are "working on the schedule". After calling about delivery was told 1-7 business days based on the distance I was going. Had I know this I would have the property picked up the end of June to ensure delivery by my move in date to avoid having to sleep on tile floor and have nothing to cook with or eat off of. Then to top it off, got a 2nd call from operations about delivery schedule who then proceeded to tell me it was not the 1-7 business days the manager the day before had told me but instead 7-14 business days. Sorry for my expression, but this is bullshit and I will writing a scathing review of your company and sending a copy to the BBB to hopefully affect the A rating you have with them! (Especially since the drivers stated that not only was I paying "a lot per cubic foot but that quotes are often under quoted by a tremendous amount". I look forward to receiving my belonging and never having to deal with your company again. And if at all possible via social media, Internet, and complaints to BBB I hope to prevent any other hard working trusting individual from hiring you in the future. Much like the past email I sent requesting information about pick up and delivery, I am sure I will once again not receive a single response from this company.

Let me start off by saying I truly regret hiring you for my move. I began with the sales department and emphatically stressed the need for delivery 7/8. The rep Micayla stated for me to have pick up 7/6 and it would be delivered by the 8th. Secondly I made sure to properly inventory every item and box to get an accurate quote. The day of pick up the transport personnel came and said I had hit my quoted space and "what did I want to do with the rest"? Obviously I couldn't leave stuff behind due to our life move to another state, so I told them to get it all on the truck. At the completion of packing the truck, not only did it increase my price (not by a couple of hundred dollars) but over doubled the price. I went from having to pay $820 on pick up to $1775. How is it possible to grossly misquote something and still be in business! How are people just able to drastically come up with that difference of cash on the spot???? I truly wish I would have hired someone like 2 men and a truck to bring my stuff because unlike what was promised I have been in my house for 5 days and no belongings and keep being told by dispatch that they are "working on the schedule". After calling about delivery was told 1-7 business days based on the distance I was going. Had I know this I would have the property picked up the end of June to ensure delivery by my move in date to avoid having to sleep on tile floor and have nothing to cook with or eat off of. Then to top it off, got a 2nd call from operations about delivery schedule who then proceeded to tell me it was not the 1-7 business days the manager the day before had told me but instead 7-14 business days. Sorry for my expression, but this is bullshit and I will writing a scathing review of your company and sending a copy to the BBB to hopefully affect the A rating you have with them! (Especially since the drivers stated that not only was I paying "a lot per cubic foot but that quotes are often under quoted by a tremendous amount". I look forward to receiving my belonging and never having to deal with your company again. And if at all possible via social media, Internet, and complaints to BBB I hope to prevent any other hard working trusting individual from hiring you in the future. Much like the past email I sent requesting information about pick up and delivery, I am sure I will once again not receive a single response from this company.

I cannot believe how this company talks to and treats people. I have already moved and do not need a mover! They call and harass me non stop. I cant get my number removed and have had enough! They always ask who I chose and why, then they try to tell me how much cheaper they can do my move for. The guy cussed at me and told me I was an F*&^%$ idiot. Wow! Never ending voice mails texts and emails. I can tell they're one of the brokers my mover warned me about. Still trying to get a deposit from me after I've already moved. LEAVE ME ALONE!!!!!!!!!!!

5 star service and honesty!

5 star service and honesty!

As a member of the United States Air Force, my family and I have moved various times in the course of recent years. We have been through the great, the awful and the far and away more terrible with moving organizations.
AAA Moving and Storage was one of the best, They quickly addressed our call and the level of demonstrable skill was magnificent. Kris and Jason treated us with the most extreme regard and addressed the majority of our inquiries, tended to the greater part of our worries and stayed in touch with us in the whole process. Even when Kris needed to take off for a family crisis, regardless he addressed our calls and kept us updated on our move. They appeared to our home to stack as guaranteed, they were on time, their expenses were supreme (with none unexpected charges), and surprisingly, none of our family unit merchandise were harmed OR stolen. This was genuinely an awesome move and we will without a doubt prescribe AAA Moving and Storage to the greater part of our companions, family and associates. Much thanks to you AAA for making our move to Vegas a wonderful and non-unpleasant experience.

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