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10512 19th Ave SE Ste 300

Abba International 10512 19th Ave SE Ste 300

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Larissa B.

Larissa B.

02/26/2016

We were so satisfied with the level of value and demonstrable skill Abba International demonstrated to us today amid our turn crosswise over town! We would very prescribe them to anybody searching for lovely, shrewd, accommodating, watchful, and solid backing while moving. They treated our things with consideration and moved with demonstrable skill in spite of the constant downpour. We can't suggest them all the more very!

Deanna M

Deanna M

02/21/2016

I simply utilized these folks to move and OH MY GOD! They are the best. They are effective and sorted out and can move practically anything. Too? As you most likely are aware... moving is upsetting and these folks are amusing, and pleasant, and an incredible to work with. I exceedingly prescribe them. I gave them a rundown of every one of my things, they gave me a quote and toward the day's end, what I paid was sufficiently close to the quote that it was a non issue. Enlist these folks... they truly are justified, despite all the trouble and they are great fellows.

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