Preferred Movers of Nashville

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3201 Ambrose Ave
Nashville, TN 37207
Nashville
Tennessee
Contact Phone: (866) 909-1767
Additional Phone: (615) 227-1767
Company Site: www.wheatonworldwide.com/find-a-local-agent/agents/preferred-movers-of-nashville/

Moving with Preferred Movers of Nashville

Let’s not beat around the bush: Moving is stressful. So it’s important to hire a mover who excels at providing a comfortable, hassle-free experience. After all, your move will be your first memory at your new home. You want it to be a good one.
Wheaton will give you the resources and attention you need to be prepared for every aspect of your move. Our agentspay attention to the details, especially the little ones. We’ll dispatch a friendly driver and experienced crewwho will go above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service to you and your family. We’ll keep in constant communication with you about every detail until the last box is unloaded. And if something goes wrong,we’ll make it right.



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Being in the military I have moved alot and have never had a worst moving experience that I had with this company. They did not deliver my household goods to the specified address on the delivery date we had set up 3 months in advance! But they took them to a completely different address on the wrong date and then were told there was nothing they could do about it. Not to mention they sent us the two SLOWEST movers ever. One stood outside and smoked the whole time and the other played on his cell phone the whole time. Took them 3 hours to pack up a dresser full of sweaters. When I called the office to get answers about why they didn't deliver to the address on the date we had set up 3 months in advance i was told they weren't talking to me and hung up on by the owner on several occasions. They basically took my money and did what they wanted with my stuff and couldn't discuss it with me. The worst customer service I have ever experienced! DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY. They will lie to you and then cannot answer to what they did wrong. Just hang up on you and then not take anymore of your calls. VERY UNTRUSTWORTHY!

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