Murray Transfer & Storage Company, Inc
Moving with Murray Transfer & Storage Company, Inc
Murray Transfer has made moving easier, safer and less stressful for families and business since 1917. Today Murray offers personal service from its Wilmington and Jacksonville, North Carolina locations. Murray maintains four warehouses with over 250,000 square feet and a fleet of more than thirty tractors and vans to provide you with direct quality service. Our trained van operators will carefully handle your possessions from start to finish.
I got a quote from them for an out of state move and was not awed. The agreement that they sent me over email contained numerous broken connections, the low quote had numerous concealed expenses stairs, nearby transport which I knew I would require, and so forth., and they likewise lied on their site. Very unprofessional movers.
I very prescribe this company and propose that you ask for the men who helped me.
What an appalling knowledge! I was moving from Wilmington to Atlanta - not far by any stretch of the imagination, but rather I should have been migrating to Guatemala for all the ruin that followed through the span of months managing these extremely unsophisticated, inconsistent individuals.
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