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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: May 21, 2019

    This has got to be the worst moving company in the history of moving companies. They will give you a ship date and then ship it at their convenience. I had been given a firm ship date and then two days before it was scheduled to ship I was told it wouldn’t be shipping until 8 days past the scheduled ship date. Now mind you I’ve had many, many conversations with them and not one time did they mention a delay. They will not return phone calls nor will they reply to emails. When you call you will have to leave a message and they will get back with you at their leisure. They will pass blame and not commit to anything. Customer service is a total joke too. They wouldn’t help one bit. They basically read you company policy and ask you if there is anything further they can do for you. Never, never again.

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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: May 10, 2019

    This was the worst experience ever and the compensation and lack of customer service were virtually non-existent. Oh except the continued comment on both emails and letters. "We are sorry for any inconvenience." Huge inconvenience! Denver to Pittsburgh promised to pick up from my storage units. No driver was available. What? You are a moving company! They took my belongings to storage in Colorado Springs. It sat there for almost a month before slowly making its way to Pittsburgh. A MONTH! I had to sleep on an air mattress for a month, buy fundamental necessities (which they eventually reimbursed) and I was inconvenienced over and over again day after day continuously inquiring about my belongings.

    Items that should have been moved twice were moved FOUR times. So many broken and crushed items totaling about $3000. With my purchased insurance, they refunded $250. Absurd. DO YOUR HOMEWORK. Don't use this company as they will lead you to believe that all will be taken care of since they have been in business so so many years, it speaks to the service. What a joke.

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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: April 30, 2019

    Extremely disappointed with this company. We moved from San Diego to Denver CO. Packers came to pack then the next day to load. They arrived 3 days delayed at the destination in CO; missing 8 art wall pictures, mirror and an entire section of my luxury bag collection ($$$$$). I filed a complaint and insurance claim and yet nothing.

    Allied tells me there were no stops except for one resident unload prior to us. When they packed on day one, the driver asked for me to pick up food which created an opportunity for theft. They also damaged all of my Derby hats and missing one my most expensive one. They failed to load the piano books into a box, when I received the bench, the antique bench had a very large crack in the leg and another small one. They were careless with the items. When they moved our brand new treadmill, they never wrapped it in blankets, I mentioned that the base alone is 500 lbs and would require body straps, they ignored my comment and dropped it twice breaking both ends of the tread.

    I have moved 17 times since 1997 and have used packers many times and never once did I experience theft and damage. My luxury bag collection is precious to me and irreplaceable. Now we waiting for the insurance that we have that doesn't cover my total loss. The packers are definitely shady and I highly recommend that you do not use Allied/Coleman for your move. You will get robbed!!! They unloaded items and 5 photos that weren't ours during the move, see attached photos.

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    2 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: April 25, 2019

    I hired Allied to move me from Las Vegas to Seattle. When the movers arrived at my house in Las Vegas the took apart furniture and started a "parts box". When the truck arrived in Seattle the "parts box" was not on the truck. This had the parts to ALL of my furniture which meant they could not reassemble the furniture they took apart.

    The driver noted on my paperwork that the "parts box" was missing. I had to pay for a flight to Las Vegas to look around my old house for the parts box and eventually found it. When I returned I emailed Allied asking for them to send their crew out to assemble the furniture THEY took apart and they refused. This is something they would have done when they delivered my stuff but now will not complete. I also asked for reimbursement for my flight I had to pay for to correct their mistake of leaving the parts box and again they refused. I don't think I am being unreasonable is what I am asking but their customer service is awful. DO NOT USE ALLIED.

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    3 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: April 19, 2019

    Allied Van Lines is just plain crooked. I signed on the dotted line for a "not to exceed" guaranteed price. When they delivered my belongings, they demanded nearly $2000 MORE, saying they would not release my possessions unless the total new amount was paid. Their contractors they source to do the move - a total joke. They loaded hand trucks so high that they couldn't see over them, repeatedly slammed into stacks they couldn't see to avoid, causing boxes to tumble and more items to break. Items that were wrapped at the time of pickup were unwrapped at the warehouse with severe damage ensuing, resulting in over $10000 worth of items ruined. Their so-called insurance? They cut me a check for just over $500. Total criminals.

    5 people found this review helpful
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    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: March 17, 2019

    I had Allied move my furniture to my new residence last year and wanted my possessions put it in a storage facility until my house was ready for it. While the property was being removed from the van it was noticed that a table was damaged. I contacted Allied and some insurance agent called me to say that they would not cover the claim because it was moved into a storage unit. The logic to this escaped me as there is no provision in the contract as to this being an exclusion nor does it make sense. I contacted them again to make a formal complaint and was referred to their move.org website if I wanted to request arbitration. I twice filed the application as they claimed they had lost the first one. They then went totally silent on me and will not respond to any emails or will set the matter down for arbitration. It's been almost 8 months. My experience with their misrepresented claim procedures is an issue others should be aware of.

    8 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: March 3, 2019

    In June 2018 we contacted Allied to move my then 96 year old mother from Sugar Land, TX to Aiken SC. The contract was finalized on July 5th and paid in full ($7746.59). Then things went downhill. On the day the packers were to arrive, my sister (who had flown in from Maryland to assist) called to ask where were they. The office was contacted and no one knew about the move...it had not been entered into the scheduling computer. Well that was a fine note. Having flown my sister to town; had flights set the following evening for my sister and mother to fly to South Carolina, it was going to be an issue making adjustments. After several hours for various phone calls with a staff that was mildly rude, it was determined they would send a packing crew and transport crew at the same time. So the following day both crews arrived.

    The truck was in a hurry as they were already scheduled and this was an extra job that was holding them up. Items were packed and carted straight to truck. After the last boxes were loaded, my sister was trying to confirm the manifest...but the truck had already left! Flights were taken as planned and the delivery crew arrive within the requested window. Early on a broken lamp was noted. With no listing for the number of boxes or what was in them, we could not verify that everything arrived. The carrier insurance (we took the full policy) was contacted. They said we had a year to file any claims, so unpack as time allowed. My Mom's new space was approx 40% of what she had, so unpacking and finding space/places for things too several weeks. Multiple items were missing, but only one item (Stiffel lamp) was damaged.

    Fast forwarding 8 MONTHS, we received a payment for the lamp that will not cover repair or replacement. The insurance agent told us we needed to count every box and itemize packed goods before the truck left. Now how was that to happened when you (Allied) forgot about our move? The crew was rushing to get out...we were not allowed on the truck...we tried to get an inventory but they had already left. Bottom line, she is out lost goods (my sister agreed to a modest sum much to my mother's disagreement just to get this ended), but Allied rejected the claims. My Mom got moved. It was costly, both the move and lost/damaged goods. I would not recommend Allied/Coleman. We have documented the entire process more thoroughly than this review and filed with the Better Business Bureau.

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    9 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Feb. 26, 2019

    We hired Allied for a long-distance from Chicago, but they sub-contracted to North American which is another division of the same parent corporation. The long-haul driver was a no-show on our scheduled pickup day. Two days before the end of our contracted delivery window, we received a call that our possessions were in Kansas because they had been stored quite a while in Chicago. When we reminded them that we didn't have to pay if they didn't deliver on time, they found a way to meet the deadline but it involved a crew unloading at our new home until nearly 11 pm. That crew tried to get us not to check off each item, which is good because several were missing (including some that the crew knew were missing because those items were never loaded in Chicago). Several other items were broken.

    Then we had to start the claims process which was horrible. The claim adjusters' job seems to be to avoid paying replacement value claims. They have a bunch of schemes. One was to find a cheap knock-off of something we owned and only offer us the price of that. Another was to claim that our possessions were old and had depreciated (their 'tariff', the regulatory document that governs interstate transport, states that depreciation is not a factor for replacement value). Yet another was to claim that there's a low limit on damages for self-packed boxes (the tariff does have a limit, but it's $2500 or higher depending on box size). Ultimately we had to file a lawsuit to recover. That's what it took to recover the full amount due to us.

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    7 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Feb. 11, 2019

    This company is a joke. We paid extra for insurance and after losing a box they refused to take responsibility for the value of the lost contents. They will find some reason or another as to why they won't pay you. I've used this company twice and the same thing has happened both times. I will NEVER use them again!

    11 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Dec. 29, 2018

    Completely inept after the initial estimate and packing group. You don't send a 2/3 full truck to pick up contents of a 4500 sq ft home. Driver refused to accept the fact that there was no way it would fit. Driver had no tools or dolleys, and was completely unprepared to move gun safes that were clearly on the estimate. Driver refused to call for second truck, which they conveniently call "overflow", until mid-day Saturday during an Alabama football game (of course there are no drivers available on a Saturday).

    Original driver who is not qualified to work at a McDonalds finally took his semi trailer back to yard in Huntsville and picked up a local truck to finish loading. When returning to HSV with the "local" truck, it was evident that he had no help unloading it, as many of the boxes and items were damaged (we suspect that they were tossed off the truck, as the items were packed well and many dishes shattered). Unloading, the same driver still had no tools or dolleys, and we had a local safe mover handle the gun safes again. Completely inept. Driver stomping around acting like he was doing us a favor.

    After numerous phone calls and misinformation from even Vice Presidents over the course of the next 27 days, we finally saw our "overflow" shipment arrive in a condition that was completely horrible. The overflow driver stated that the condition of the boxes received were damaged before he picked them up from the HSV warehouse. Yes, many items damaged, not finished fighting with claims for damages yet. If you can, avoid at all costs. The icing on the cake is the fact that this poor excuse for a company can't even process credit cards properly. The entire move was paid for in advance, but they failed to process one of the payments. This has resulted in several collection letters and phone calls. The final payment due to their error was made today, and I received notification of another fun certified letter coming in the mail today. Maybe I should have waited 27 more days to pay.

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    10 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 5 stars
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Dec. 26, 2018

    We used Allied Movers when we moved from Jacksonville, FL to Georgia. Everyone was very professional and took very good care with all of our belongings. Would recommend them very highly. We have 2 handicapped people and they helped make the move easy. Overall it was a really good experience.

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    Original review: Dec. 19, 2018

    I was promised that all sort of property protection would be in place before anything was moved. IT DID NOT HAPPEN ON EITHER END! No runners were put on the floor until the red mud was on the new white carpet. The personnel tried hard to pretend to be cautious and attentive. When the loadout crew was moving furniture from the upstairs floor I looked up and one guy was sliding our furniture down the carpeted staircase by himself, and another guy was twisting and turning furniture on our bare hardwood floor with no protection under it. We moved into a new facility with red mud all over the walkways which was then tracked into the facility because the driver parked the truck door opening at a newly planted grass area which was only about 5/6 ft. from a sidewalk. They later realized after marring their blankets in the mud that we should move the truck.

    Several pieces missing and broken. This was on Dec. 3 2018 and after phone calls I still do not have a printed receipt, or paperwork to file a claim. The salesman talks and shows a beautiful picture but the follow-up, and work was terrible. I would recommend searching other companies' reviews before deciding on this Co. I thought Allied had a better reputation than to have it marred with such lousy workmanship. I would recommend to Allied corporate that they show all the employees the little beautiful book that the salesman uses to entice sales of their services, the employees are not following the sale protocol as promised in the presentation. And so far as my move coordinator she has totally forgotten how to follow up as promised when she first made contact with me.

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    7 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Dec. 17, 2018

    I would give no stars if I could. Cross country move. I had them pack breakable items. I paid for additional insurance top dollar that they offered... a joke by the way. They lost, broke and chipped items. Reported once I started unpacking that items were not here or broken. They claimed I should have done inventory as the boxes came off the truck. Boxes were not labeled correctly nor were the "inventory" forms to cross reference. Theft took place and they now want to go to arbitration. Disgusting company... beware!!!

    13 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Dec. 7, 2018

    THE FIRST MOVE AND THE HORRORS. Some issues, cracked chair leg, Tiffany lamp base cracked, one lamp base Tiffany missing, remotes for TVs and one TV base stand missing. I asked for unpacking of the Allied packed boxes, for missing pieces. I think by then everyone just wanted to go home. The chandeliers were packed, when they were looking for other Allied boxes, one of the guys was walking all over boxes... And while they arrived intact, I am afraid to look. Chandelier boxes are crushed! I sent pictures, they took all TV boxes on truck... So I was unable to know which box contained items, no glass shelves for cabinets, boxes they packed with sterling silver items missing.

    They tore the lids off sterling silver tea service to bubble wrap and pack, Mies van der Rohe chair, leather destroyed. I had zero deductible insurance. Took time - submitted claim. Their reply, "You used 8 months. How do we know you did not do after." I sent pictures 3 days after move showing damages. 25 dollars for a Tiffany lamp base. That's fair, right??? NEVER, NEVER USE ALLIED VAN LINES - my claims were denied. THEY ARE LIARS!

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    13 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Nov. 13, 2018

    Consider yourself warned. Moved from Napa Valley to Salem, OR on 10/30/2018. Driver arrived on time. We had everything packed and in the driveway except for the larger pieces. Three staff took 12 hours to load a 2 bed, 2 bath mobile home. They fought verbally the entire day. The driver threatened to drive away and not complete the move. It was extremely uncomfortable and counter-productive. The truck they brought couldn't hold everything so a second, smaller truck arrived. The first truck and its driver departed and left two staff to fill the smaller truck. The original truck arrived in OR on the designated date and a terrific pair of guys unloaded. While they were unloading, Allied called and wanted our credit card number to pay the balance due. We gave it to them. We asked the driver when the second truck would arrive and he told us to "contact Allied for that information".

    When we called Allied they told us it would be here the next day. Well... two weeks later we have no information on the second truck. Allied says it is impossible to tell us when we will receive our belongings and we have no idea where they are. After speaking no less than 6 times with managerial reps we have been told we would receive a $500 discount and we would be reimbursed up to $300 for items we need to purchase (they can't deliver my belongings - what makes me think they're going to reimburse me money???). My husband's clothes, coats, boots, pots, pans, pantry items, bedding, towels, vacuum cleaner, toaster, coffee maker and microwave oven are on that truck. I have disputed my credit card payment and will withhold payment until my items are received. This was the most horrible decision we have made and advise you emphatically to look elsewhere!!!

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    11 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Nov. 11, 2018

    Loading day was Oct. 22. Delivery was a window from Oct. 25 to 30. My belongings arrived Oct. 30. Unloading a small one bedroom apartment took 11 hours. Yes, 11. Ten days later, I am still hoping they will find at least 5 boxes, including all my Christmas stuff, that were "lost" somewhere in the warehouse. They did find a broken table and an area rug that I have not yet received. Communication is ridiculous with this company between the warehouse in TN and the coordinator in another Southern state. Do not believe the brochure that claims "delivered with care" and dedication to "quality, caring service."

    16 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Nov. 6, 2018

    Allied Van Lines is a dishonest company. Stay away. From the point they pick up your stuff their customer service will completely change, and they will stop caring about you. They are truly dishonest to the point that they edited the pick up for to say that a piece of furniture had a broken leg, even though my copy (with both signatures) clearly doesn't have the text that the furniture was damaged. They broke my TV stand and just wrote in "broken leg" on the form after the fact. When they finally dropped off our move two weeks late, they realized they "forgot" 5 boxes, 2 dresses, and 2 bicycles in our old state. It then took them another week to drop off the remaining items. Unbelievable. Beyond all of this, they damaged several pieces of furniture and didn't treat our boxes with any care. Stay away!

    11 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 5 stars
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    Original review: Oct. 31, 2018

    If I could give more than 5 stars I would. My move started with a quote from David **. Very reasonable price on the lower side of what we expected. We was leaving the state of WV. On the day of the move, we had 3 great guys Wil, Jeremy and Jordan show up right on time with a call telling us they were on the way. They loaded, wrapped up, took apart furniture in a fast, efficient and very friendly manner the entire time. We were given a 5 day window for delivery, which was fine. But, to our pleasant surprise, we received a call from Diane ** from Allied that our delivery would be arriving on just day 2 after we arrived!

    Day of delivery we (once again) had two fantastic guys show up. Chris and Ronny. Fast, friendly and extremely efficient and personable. My husband had recommended Allied from previous moves he had, but I was skeptical and worried and had to tell him how RIGHT he was for his choice of moving companies. Thank you Allied for such an easy move with zero stress. Mr. and Mrs. James **.

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    2 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Oct. 6, 2018

    The move started great, the 2 young men that came to load the truck, were so professional, helpful and kind. That’s where the good ended!! After they had all my things, my life, they texted to say that I needed to give $667 more!! They picked up on September 14. On September 17 she TEXTED “the driver was on his way to load and would not take it until I paid the additional money“... I reluctantly paid... 6 days later I called to find out where the truck was... My things were still in a warehouse Naples, Florida!!! Today’s date is October 6th and I STILL DO NOT have my things!!! I trusted them and they really let me down!!! Now I have to wait and hope that my “life” gets here all in one piece! I would NEVER use Allied again!!!

    17 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Oct. 1, 2018

    Never EVER do business with this company. Moved from Oklahoma to Ohio and I got a call Friday that my stuff would be here on Monday morning. I drove all day Sunday to get to my new home, and come Monday, they didn't show up. So I called them and they told me that my stuff would be here a week later. What utter **. Now I have to live here and start a new job with an absolutely empty apartment. Haven't gotten my stuff yet, but after reading these reviews, I expect a lot of it to be broken and uncompensated smh. An absolutely ** joke of a company.

    17 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 26, 2018

    Worst experience of my family's life. Allied employees were disrespectful, careless, and did not care about our things. We asked them to cover our staircase to avoid damage, and they refused, insisting that "they've done this before". The very first item they brought downstairs, they didn't tape the drawers shut, one flew open and fell over the banister, crashing on the floor below. Our staircase and that item were damaged.

    They were completely disrespectful toward our home and privacy. They went into our kitchen and helped themselves to drinks, never asking for permission. They left our bathrooms a mess. It will take us days to clean up after them and have the house reasonably presentable for the new homeowners. When we told the movers that a certain piece of furniture came apart to be transported, they ignored us and insisted they couldn't move the piece, telling us "we should have sold it". We had to literally show them how to do their jobs, dismantle the item, and do the work ourselves. The truck came late and it took over 10 hours for them to do their job. They ignored our "FRAGILE" signs on our boxes and dumped them under heavy items. They banged into our walls and left dents. I can't help but feel insulted by this whole experience. NEVER work with this company.

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    17 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 25, 2018

    We hired an Allied Van Lines moving company in San Antonio, Texas Berger Moving & Storage/San Antonio to move us to the east coast. The local San Antonio company who was moving us began moving other people's items into our home, until I noticed and said something to the driver. After a few months, I noticed we were missing a box spring to my son's full size mattress. I filed a claim and after two months they denied any sort of compensation and could not find my missing item... Poor business. Will never use again. Criminals.

    17 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Sept. 25, 2018

    We hired Allied Van Lines for a move to a different state. Upon delivery it took all day to unload the truck so there was no time to go through each of the over 220 items and boxes immediately. When I did go through them I found some broken items and a missing item. When I put in the claim, they told me that they would cover nothing because I didn't note damage at unloading, and they didn't even consider the missing item. I will never use this company again, and would recommend avoiding them at all cost.

    17 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 20, 2018

    Hired an Allied company for interstate move. Bunk bed, ladder and table lost. Dishes broken, coffee table completely destroyed, bed irreparable, and more. I didn’t expect all damages to be reimbursed, but certainly expected the items never delivered to be reimbursed. Nothing was reimbursed. 30% broken, 0% reimbursed.

    14 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Sept. 17, 2018

    Horrible experience. I will never use these guys again and am turning others away from using them. They overcharged as well as broke and lost several treasured items. The insurance I paid to cover such losses and damage was never taken into consideration and I was not reimbursed for anything.

    15 people found this review helpful
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    Original review: Sept. 16, 2018

    I will echo what other reviewers have said: Allied charges high prices, does not deliver in a timely manner, and their local representatives are not very professional. My move was relatively small, and they: a) picked it up late, b) held it in the origin warehouse until after their own delivery date estimate, c) delivered three weeks later and d) still managed to lose something. I've moved several times and I know how a moving inventory is properly done when a professional company does it. The one they did for my move was inexact and confusing. There are many other companies recognized nationwide. Please choose any of them instead of Allied.

    9 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Sept. 1, 2018

    We had to move quickly to relocate for a job. They were the only company I could book in such a short time frame. They were 2 days late picking up. It took 2 MONTHS to get our stuff delivered. All of the boxes were damaged in one way or the other then they charged me an extra $1,000 for going over what THEY quoted me. The “manager” told me he’d just drop my stuff in my yard if I didn’t pay them. Absolute worst customer service. Stay away from these guys. They’re nothing but crooks and liars.

    12 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Aug. 31, 2018

    The packers treated the ceramic sculpture items specifically designated as "High Value" with the same care as the Tupperware. They had been packed with multiple items in a box and simply wrapped in paper and stacked on top of each other like any normal box. Of the 7 boxes that had "high value" items, I received three with broken items. The customer service people have never acknowledged that anything was broken, even after receiving pictures of the breakage. They drag their feet and expect the customer to do all the research on replacement items then find ways to weasel out of paying for the damage. This shows a total lack of integrity or concern for the customer.

    14 people found this review helpful
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    Original review: Aug. 9, 2018

    They load in at the my origin state was horrible. They loaded my trash bag in with the rest of the stuff, and when I asked for them to remove it later on, they lied to me and said "I got it" multiple times via text. Later, I see at the destination it has not been removed, and the mold infestation (to no surprise) grew worse. In a previous review, I said the only pros was Matt, the manager, was responsive to my requests. LIARS. LIARS. LIARS. I rescind my comments about Matt, the primary manager, being one of the pros. He contacted me to see if there was something that could be done about the negative review, and once I became too insulting of his worker who lied to me, he rescinded both his apology and his offer to provide some money back (which I absolutely deserve some money back as I did not receive what was agreed upon). Once again, LIARS. LIARS. LIARS.

    13 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 6, 2018

    Coleman moving in Omaha sent 3 inexperienced kids to pack and load furniture laps, small appliances etc in June 2017. Crew chief said this was his first time. Total disorganized. Inventory was poorly written. Items left off (small microwave, 2 wheel dolly) went missing. The crew that delivered was equally as untrained. Glass shelves missing, broken laps, buffet had corner knocked off, scratches on tables, end tables, footstools, etc. Allied refuses to pay for damages as submitted. Pictures of damages were sent but Allied claims none received. Claim process very poor.

    9 people found this review helpful
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    Allied Van Lines expert review by Janine Sarna-Jones

    Allied is a trusted national and international moving company capable of offering you a variety of services throughout the course of your move. It was founded in 1928 and is one of the largest relocation and van line companies in the country.

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