Lewis & Michael

USDOT # 81234
1827 Woodman Dr
Dayton, OH 45420
Dayton
Ohio
Contact Phone: (800) 543-3524
Additional Phone: 937-252-6683
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I had a government delivery of Household goods by Lewis & Michael, Columbus, OH (Prestige Moving & Storage). They were asked to assemble things that were disassembled at origin; asked to un-pack boxes and refused. Excuses were that they didn't have the tools; they didn't know how it was suppose to be put together; wrote on the form to call them to pick up boxes and paper since they were running late. Unpacked ourselves and called to have them pick up the boxes and paper that they were suppose to unpack and they wanted to change us $125 to come back to pick it up! Very unprofessional and I will make sure the U.S. Government knows about their lack of customer service required by contract in hope of relinquishing any further contracts for government (military) employees. Very very poor!

This moving company moved us twice and made a brilliant showing!

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