America's Moving Services

USDOT # 1627965
5317A Bush River Rd
Columbia, SC 29212
South Carolina
Contact Phone: (877) 708-6683
Additional Phone: (877) 708-6683
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Moving with America's Moving Services

America's Moving Services specializes aslong distance moversand specificallyinterstate movers, but unlike many otherlong distance moving companies,we know what it takes to ensure your move is a smooth one with minimal stress. As long distance movers, our primary goal is to provide you with all of the information needed to plan and execute a successful move. Selecting a moving company for your interstate moving needs can be tedious, but when you choose America's Moving Services to handle your long distance relocation, you can count on our well-trained staff to help make planning your move simple.
America's Moving Services has a team of certified relocation coordinators who specialize in long distance moving planning. Your relocation coordinator is your point of contact for the entire duration of your move, which helps provide a streamlined experience that is not offered by many moving companies. All of our long distance moving estimates include the standard services required to complete your move. Our moving quotes include taxes, tolls, fuel, loading and unloading, blanket-wrapping of your furniture, disassembly and reassembly of your furniture, and standard valuation coverage. Our long distance movers are also capable of providing a full packing and unpacking service. We also offer many other moving services that can make your move easier.

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Recant previous statement over lack of morals. It's everybody's fault but there's. Its ok if they don't keep their word, when they get a sample of what they dish out they can't take it. Treat people how you want to be treated and success will find you.

I simply needed to scramble for another moving company in two-days time, when America's Moving Services couldn't carry out the employment by the guaranteed dates in our agreement.

I was told the driver of the group had a demise in the family, so the whole course was crossed out. I comprehend passings are not anybody's flaw. In the meantime, it IS the moving company's obligation to move me on time as guaranteed.

The agent from dispatch said she was doing whatever she could to attempt and get me another team, and that in a most dire outcome imaginable, we could utilize a neighborhood mover to in any event expel the things from my loft and place them away.

In any case, after my calls to beware of the status throughout the following couple of days, I discovered that even a neighborhood move to a capacity unit would be an issue, on the grounds that the moving company did not have working associations with the nearby operators. For their risk purposes, they declined to do it.

I attempted to issue comprehend with the director, yet in the end whatever he could say was, "what do you need me to do? We've officially done all that we could." Everything you could was sufficiently bad, since you couldn't move my property on the concurred dates! You broke your guarantee, and just said "apologize" once in an apathetic, if not insubordinate tone.

On the off chance that I had not discovered another company promptly, I would have needed to stay additional days past the day I should clear my flat and change a plane ticket.

Safe yourself the inconvenience. Mark them OFF the rundown.

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