- Report: #1068250
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Complaint Review: Blush movers, Miami, Florida
Blush movers, Miami, Florida10812 N.W. 6th Court Miami, Florida USA
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I contracted Blush movers in Miami,Florida to move items from Miami to Phoenix, AZ. Blush customer service George Bradley sent me a proposed contract that started $990.00 plus .59 weight added for each item. When I spoke to George I advised him that I could not pay more than 1700 dollars. I requested that the company go to the storage to check on items so that I could get a close estimate for moving. I did not request wrapping for moving. George guaranteed that it would be at least $1,800.00. I was not presentwhen items where picked up. Someone, who did not describe himself from Blush Moving called when items where already in truck, and said that it was going to be $3600 for the move. I was very angry and tried to call George and someone said he was out of the office. Needless to say I called the next day and cancelled the move. Now Blush Movers sent me an invoice from another moving company Laprom movers for $1,393. [continued below]....
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