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(262) 654-2171

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6203 28th Ave

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Joey Papa

Joey Papa

08/04/2018

Horrible experience. We moved from Racine, WI to Charleston, SC. The customer experience was sub-par. Our stuff was delayed and then on the delivery day, I receive a call from the driver that the truck broke down. So our delay turned from disappointment to more disappointment. My correspondence with one of the owners of the company was not understanding and continued to make excuses, without ever taking personal responsibility. I would never hire this company for a long-distance move.

Jonathan B.

Jonathan B.

04/02/2016

The procedure was sans anxiety, simple, smooth, and reasonable. The group was so useful, thoughtful, and pleasing. We needed to move everything from our home to our new home, where a few things were emptied, and the rest advanced toward capacity. The group had no issues heading off to various destinations. They brought extraordinary consideration with the majority of our things, and they were a delight to work with.

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