Rating: , Posted by PKA on Dec 05, 2011
I contacted World Wide Van lines for a upcoming move. The Guy I talk to was Mitch and he sold it as per weight move and Quoted 1687.00 with a 576.00 deposit. This sales person even encouraged me to follow the truck to a weight station so that I would know what the weight was and the remaining cost. He quoted this price and said that I possibly would get a discount. Well the day of the move some third party moving company showed up at the door and wanted 2100.00, this did not include the 576.00 that I paid to World Wide Van lines. I was put in the position to either cancel or take the job, I was in a situation where I had to get out of the house.So I allowed this 3rd party moving company pack up my things. They were actually pretty good I was able to get the price down to 1600.00 dollars. But I still lost the 576.00 to World Wide, whom apparently takes your money just to enter it into a computer bidding system for other moving companies to bid on. I tried calling World Wide and was hung up on, transferred to a blank extension. Even had some dude name Michael act like he was a supervisor. I got know where with these people. One individual gave me a name Of Darrel at extension 405 supposedly a General Manager. Whom I called but yet to receive a call back. These people will rip you off take your money that does not apply to your moving cost.
Quote or Order ID:
Movers Cost: 1687.00 USD
Origin pickup Country: USA
Origin pickup State: California
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Picked up: Late
Destination drop off Country: USA
Destination drop off State: Arizona
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Primary contact person (Salesman): Mitch
Secondary contact person:
Dirty Items: No
Stolen Items: No
Damaged Items: No
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