Someone please give me info on this company...thanks a bunch!!
Also other names of companies you guys know to be legit. to do a move from Connecticut to Florida...im moving approx. 2500 pounds. I do not want a u-pack we drive company...thanks for all the help!
There are many reputable companies that you could use, but what is your budget for this move?
Another thing you might consider is calling Delancey Street-NY to see whether they would go to FL. They have low prices and good quality. Their contact info and reviews are on this thread - http://www.movingscam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2377
Name: WHITE GLOVE TRANS. SERVS.
Addr.: 49-29 METROPOLITAN AVENUE
Location: RIDGEWOOD , NY 11385
Phone: (718) 381-2200
You should read Gayil's post about her move with White Glove on the thread I posted above. Make sure that you're talking to BEKINS White Glove, not the scam company in NJ.
Note that Gayil had a Binding estimate from White Glove--they didn't even weigh the truck. Whoever you go with, it's very important to get a Binding or Binding Not to Exceed estimate. Since you're looking for a low price, it would be easy for you to be lured in with a Nonbinding estimate where the weight is estimated too low. Then you would have a huge shock if and when the price went up after the truck was weighed. Do not go with a Nonbinding estimate.
weso18 wrote:That phone number you listed comes up as a window repair company or something of that nature. The company that shows up with the listed address you gave me shows as Allstates Worldwide Movers, Inc. Is this the same company that I should be looking into?
DEFINITELY NOT! I took that contact information from the Bekins Van Lines website at www.bekinslocator.com trying to be absolutely sure that I gave you accurate information in view of the fact that there is a scam company with the same name. If Bekins has inaccurate information about an agent on its own website, I think you should drop the idea of contacting them.
As for finding someone to move you from storage, why don't you rent a small truck yourself, and hire two guys for loading. You can drive it across the street, and they can unload. You can either call some of themovers tehre in Clearwater, or you can go through www.emove.com or www.laborready.com and they can find the guys for you.
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