I've gotten great information from this site, but I'm wanting to finalize my move. As I've said before, it's a minimum move (contents of a bedroom). The only thing is I am already in California so I'm flying back for a weekend to handle the move. So it would be difficult for me to strictly use UPS and sell my furniture.
I've gotten several quotes from various places and would love input on which movers.
Seamen's - about $1540 for 2000lbs. Many say to NOT use for long distance moves?
Household/Platinum Van Lines - $1600 for 2000lbs
Prudential Van Lines - $1661 for 2583 lbs.
All Inclusive Moving - $1540 for 2000 lbs.
American Way Van Lines - $1200 for 1750 lbs.
Dahill (Mayflower) - $2500 for 2100 lbs.
White Glove Trans (Bekins) - $2000 - $3000
Thanks in advance!
Sorry if this is repetitive but I don't know where your previous thread is.
You will be sorry if you use Seamens, and many of the others you mention also sound very dubious.
I guess, you get what you pay for, if Dahill is the best and most expensive?
OK, so this is your prior post - http://www.movingscam.com/forum/viewtop ... 9945#49945
Those companies you have named other than Dahill and Bekins White Glove are all dubious or scammers. Bekins is much lower quality than Dahill. Also, since you're in CA it seems as if you haven't had an in-residence estimate but are just getting quotes from an inventory list. If so, that's not ideal.
Why not get a quote from Box Brothers, just to see--it could turn out to be less than Dahill's quote because they won't have such a high minimum, and (just like a regular moving company) they could meet you in the apartment to pick up your things. Again, think hard about things that you could leave behind to save money.
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