I was given a quote of 149 dollars for one hour. when the men arrived they told me the total is 199 dollars or two hundred and four dollars with the tax. I agree to that. I also have several thousand dollars worth of tools in the garage that I need to donate or sell since they were my father's. the two men who came to move my furniture were interested in the tools. I told them they could take whatever they wanted as long as I was not charged for the time they spent in the garage which was considerable. the next day I noticed my credit card was charged for two hundred and eighty dollars. I spoke to their boss regarding the extra $76 and told him that I couldn't afford it because I'm disabled. he started to berate me for "using disability as an excuse" which was hurtful and offensive. the two men had called him regarding the tools in the garage and according to them he told them to just load up as much as they could of the free items. this boss was very rude and nasty and refused to even consider not charging me for the time the men spent looking through the items in the garage. I spoke with both of the moving men on the phone after I received these charges and they both agreed that the extra $76 was a mistake and should not have been charged to me. in my opinion this company is very dishonest and rude or at least the "boss" is.
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Mr. Mover of Tampa
Pinellas Park, FL 33782
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Mr. Mover of Tampa Reviews - 2
USE ANY OTHER COMPANY!!! I've NEVER had such a horrific an experience in my life. (I'm truly not the type to complain and it takes a lot to get me upset, but this company has managed to do just that). Mr. Mover is a dirty company that shouldn't even be operating. When the "movers" showed up they were dressed in worn out street clothes (no uniform of any kind), and weighed about 125 lbs. soaking wet. I was immediately concerned, but I had to be out of my apartment that day so I went ahead with the move. I showed them where they needed to park, and when they were backing up they hit a pipe and scraped the truck along the wall! When we got to the apartment they had already started the clock, but refused to start working until I gave them $154. I was planning on paying my whole bill with a credit card, but I felt uncomfortable giving these two men my credit card before we even started... not that it didn't feel equally as awkward to hand some man cash with no contract or uniform or anything representing the company who just did damage to The Paramount's loading dock. Nevertheless, I had to move so myself and my fiance (along with the two "movers") started loading up the truck. At this point I'm going to spare the details of how lazy and unprofessional the actual movers were, but it was beyond poor. When we got to my new apartment it was discovered that my 50" flat screen TV (that I had purchased four months ago) was smashed! Upon further inspection my 5'x 8' framed mirror was cracked, my dresser was ruined, and they damaged my leather couch. I was assured that the company would NOT screw me over and not worry. I didn't want to pay my bill with all this damage that had occurred, but these guys insisted and how am I going to kick two men out of my house and explain all this to the police? So I paid the $828 bill (on top of the $120 in cash ... all this for a 2/2 apartment move) and finally got to see a contract (AFTER THE MOVE!). I trusted the "movers" and decided to have faith in the process ... Over $1500 worth of damage and all they want to give me is $120. I can't even replace one of the items let alone all of them for that amount. I don't have the money to replace these items. This company is a scam!!!! BEWARE!
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