Lanigan Worldwide Moving & Warehousing
Moving with Lanigan Worldwide Moving & Warehousing
Lanigan Worldwide Moving & Warehousing, Inc. is the premier moving and storage and warehousing company in the Greater Memphis Area, TN, including Southaven, Olive Branch and Oxford MS; Jackson, TN; and West Memphis, AR. When you need more than a truck, you can trust your move to LANIGAN Worldwide Moving.
The people at Lanigan (from the sales rep to the movers) were very professional and extremely helpful. We moved on very short notice and they were very accommodating. The the men who actually packed and moved our furniture were very careful and thorough and so very nice. Everything arrived at our new home on schedule and nothing was damaged. It was the best moving experience I have ever had. I highly recommend Lanigan.
On the off chance that no stars was an alternative, that would be my rating. This was the most noticeably awful experience I have ever had with a move. Mike Dugger was so useful on the front end of our turn and couldn't have been less minding on conveyance. Lanigan Moving harmed a large number of our absolute best furniture hopeless. They dismantled our informal lodging pendulum clock and lost the parts to reassemble. They cleared out both in pieces and did not come back to settle. Full corners are absent from tables from absence of consideration in taking care of. The harm to the furniture far surpasses the expense of the move. They "lost" different pieces and have offered no trust of discovering them or of them trying to recuperate our antique carpets that can't be supplanted. At the point when Mike Dugger called, his just concern was getting paid. He ran my Mastercard while never introducing a last bill or performing any review - difficult to do when the movers left before finishing the move. His movers welcomed companions to my home to hang out and go to lunch. One fellow vanished for a considerable length of time. When I griped, he apologized and left once more! Rodney guaranteed a second group would be by first thing in the mornign the next day to purchase parts for the quaint little inn the move. They appeared well past twelve just to let me know they couldn't fixz the bed without parts and they didn't work for Allied or Lanigan. They did wal around and let me know they had never seen this much harm from a move. Much obliged folks, it was similar to they appeared to gaulk at the amount Mike Duigger and Lanigan Allied Movers had screwed us over. Spare yourself, absolutely never utilize these folks. The main thing Mike Dugger accomplished for us was holler at my spouse to the point I thoguht he would show at least a bit of kindness assault then Mike Dugger threatend to sue us. Most noticeably awful Moving background EVER!
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