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Report: #452018

Complaint Review: The Movers Group - Hallendale Florida

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  • Reported By: Winona Lake Indiana
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  • The Movers Group 2533 S Park Lane Hallendale, Florida U.S.A.


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STAY AWAY from The Movers Group this company is owned and operated by the same people at Moving Van Lines (go online check with SunBiz.org) you will see it is another front company.

Look up all the complaints. Other shell/Front companies include

First Van Lines
Movers Group
The Movers Group
American Auto Transport

You will REGRET doing business with these people, (in my opinion based on my experience with them)

Winona Lake, Indiana

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#1 Consumer Suggestion

How to select the movers group in your state

AUTHOR: disney913 - (United States of America)

POSTED: Thursday, August 18, 2011

Top 20 Tips:

-Create a "file" to keep track of estimates, receipts and other important documents.
-Budget for expenses and start collecting estimates - including a moving quote.
-Draw out a floor plan of your new home and start deciding which function each room will serve.
-Make a list of things that are valuable or difficult to replace. Plan on shipping these by certified mail or carrying them with you.
-Work your way through each room taking inventory and deciding what to donate or throw away.
-Begin using things that can't be moved, such as frozen foods, bleach and aerosol cleaners.
-Begin collecting boxes and packing supplies: Razor knife, scissors , Note pad, Water-resistant marker, Boxes of all sizes, Packing tape, wrap, peanuts.
-Begin packing items you don't use often. Also start separating and disposing of the items you've designated for a yard sale,
donation or the junk yard.
-Plan for short-term or long-term storage at destination if needed.
-Reservations should be made at least one business day prior to your date. If you are loading into a trailer, ramps are available at most locations. Purchase furniture pads, mattress protectors, dish protectors, two wheelers and more.
-Schedule disconnection of all utility services at your old home, and connection of them at your new one. Be sure to disconnect the day after you leave.
-Decide if you will keep your plants or give them away. Dispose of flammables, corrosives and poisons.
-If you going into or out of an apartment, arrange to use the elevator on your move day.
-Confirm travel arrangements for pets and family. Confirm parking and obtain parking permits if needed.
-Finish packing and prepare an "essentials" box. Designate several boxes and items as "last load" items. Pack your suitcases and valuables separately. Drain water hoses and waterbed.
-Empty, defrost and clean your refrigerator at least 24 hours before the day. Prepare all appliances for loading.
-Load your goods in a pre-designated order, saving "last load" items for the rear of your shipment.
-Check every room, closet and cabinet one last time before deciding everything is loaded.
-Leave a note with your new address in the house so that future residents can forward any stray mail.
-Keep a friend or family member informed of your plans and "whereabouts" in case of an emergency or unforeseen event.

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