Any experiences you can provide will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Where are you moving to and from? Can you go visit their office?
They also do not display any licenses for long distance moving on their site.
They are located in Los Angeles (Van Nuys) and I am in Orange County. I could certainly take a drive to their office (it's a drive) but it would be worth it if we seriously think about using them. We are in Tustin, CA and are moving to Ft. Collins, CO.
I received a quote from NorthStar Moving Corp and they don't do in-home inspections, which is a red flag to me. They only do the non-binding estimate, which scares me.
When I pull up their US Dot #, the address is different than the one listed on BBB. Red flag to me! Thanks for your advise. I am looking into other companies based on recommendations on your site in my area....
All of these travels are taking place without insurance. They could plow into a crowded parking lot and not be able to pay for a lick of damage, not to mention anything happening to the cargo they're carrying.
We were originally going to go with the pod/container thing, but due to logistics, it is just not going to work for us. Plus having to hire people on both ends to help load/unload the heavy furniture, rental of dollies/blankets/etc... it was just getting too overwhelming!
Thank you again for what you do!!!
I have been reading this forum and am a little confused: we live in Las Vegas and are using Transamerica for our move to Central Coast, CA. - are you guys trying to tell me that the reference letters on their site are fake and that they haven't been in business since 1989? Has there been anyone that has used them and has had a bad experience?
http://li-public.fmcsa.dot.gov/LIVIEW/p ... ANSAMERICA^MOVING,^INC.&pv_pref_docket=MC550564&pv_usdot_no=1437470&pv_vpath=LIVIEW
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