All Reviews by ummseriously71

  • Florida Family Movers (407) 876-2792

    1 stars Posted on 02/25/2013 11:36am

    When it came time for me to move, I requested several quotes online. Florida Family Movers was the first to reply. From now on I will start with the second. Everything started well enough. Anthony and Ben arrived late, but they did call to let me know. When we got to the new apartment, I did a walk-thru with Anthony to give him an idea where everything was going, then left my wife in charge while I went to get lunch for my family. When I returned, but before I could go inside, the guys came out, said goodbye, and left. At first I was a little put out as I was not given a chance to tip them for their work, but then I went inside. The walk-thru was a waste of time, as they had dumped everything in a pile in the living room. I may not normally care, but I am handicapped which is why I hired a mover in the first place. Then I learned that Anthony had managed to somehow lock one of the two bathrooms shut, which we had to do without for the remainder of the weekend (the office was closed). I wish that were all. One of my pre-requisites was a familiararity with moving a Tempurpedic mattress set. After being somewhat reassured when I booked the move that they were competent, imagine my suprise when I discovered that they had damaged this very expensive mattress set. At this time I attempted to contact them about said issues. I called and left my contact info for a supervisor to call me back. During the course of the next week I learned that my 40" LCD tv was not working either, so, rather than continue to wait, I called back and spoke to someone claiming to be a supervisor. He expressed concern and set up a date to come check out the damage, but on the day he was supposed to come he called and cancelled. Both my wife and I tried again to get someone out to check the damage, but to no avail. According to the tv repairman, the damage was caused by a shock or hard jolt, and cost me $300 to repair, and the Tempurpedic is still damaged. I moved at the end of November, and have waited to write this review in the hope that someone from this company had any integrity, character, or class to respond, but apparently that isn't going to happen. At this point my only hope is that some representative from the State of Florida reads this review and enacts a lawsuit to have "Florida" removed from this companys' name as a poor representation of the state.
  • Florida Family Movers 819 W Desoto St, Clermont, FL 34711 (352) 241-6329

    1 stars Posted on 02/25/2013 11:33am

    When it came time for me to move, I requested several quotes online. Florida Family Movers was the first to reply. From now on I will start with the second. Everything started well enough. Anthony and Ben arrived late, but they did call to let me know. When we got to the new apartment, I did a walk-thru with Anthony to give him an idea where everything was going, then left my wife in charge while I went to get lunch for my family. When I returned, but before I could go inside, the guys came out, said goodbye, and left. At first I was a little put out as I was not given a chance to tip them for their work, but then I went inside. The walk-thru was a waste of time, as they had dumped everything in a pile in the living room. I may not normally care, but I am handicapped which is why I hired a mover in the first place. Then I learned that Anthony had managed to somehow lock one of the two bathrooms shut, which we had to do without for the remainder of the weekend (the office was closed). I wish that were all. One of my pre-requisites was a familiararity with moving a Tempurpedic mattress set. After being somewhat reassured when I booked the move that they were competent, imagine my suprise when I discovered that they had damaged this very expensive mattress set. At this time I attempted to contact them about said issues. I called and left my contact info for a supervisor to call me back. During the course of the next week I learned that my 40" LCD tv was not working either, so, rather than continue to wait, I called back and spoke to someone claiming to be a supervisor. He expressed concern and set up a date to come check out the damage, but on the day he was supposed to come he called and cancelled. Both my wife and I tried again to get someone out to check the damage, but to no avail. According to the tv repairman, the damage was caused by a shock or hard jolt, and cost me $300 to repair, and the Tempurpedic is still damaged. I moved at the end of November, and have waited to write this review in the hope that someone from this company had any integrity, character, or class to respond, but apparently that isn't going to happen. At this point my only hope is that some representative from the State of Florida reads this review and enacts a lawsuit to have "Florida" removed from this companys' name as a poor representation of the state.
  • Florida Family Movers (352) 751-5000

    1 stars Posted on 02/25/2013 11:31am

    When it came time for me to move, I requested several quotes online. Florida Family Movers was the first to reply. From now on I will start with the second. Everything started well enough. Anthony and Ben arrived late, but they did call to let me know. When we got to the new apartment, I did a walk-thru with Anthony to give him an idea where everything was going, then left my wife in charge while I went to get lunch for my family. When I returned, but before I could go inside, the guys came out, said goodbye, and left. At first I was a little put out as I was not given a chance to tip them for their work, but then I went inside. The walk-thru was a waste of time, as they had dumped everything in a pile in the living room. I may not normally care, but I am handicapped which is why I hired a mover in the first place. Then I learned that Anthony had managed to somehow lock one of the two bathrooms shut, which we had to do without for the remainder of the weekend (the office was closed). I wish that were all. One of my pre-requisites was a familiararity with moving a Tempurpedic mattress set. After being somewhat reassured when I booked the move that they were competent, imagine my suprise when I discovered that they had damaged this very expensive mattress set. At this time I attempted to contact them about said issues. I called and left my contact info for a supervisor to call me back. During the course of the next week I learned that my 40" LCD tv was not working either, so, rather than continue to wait, I called back and spoke to someone claiming to be a supervisor. He expressed concern and set up a date to come check out the damage, but on the day he was supposed to come he called and cancelled. Both my wife and I tried again to get someone out to check the damage, but to no avail. According to the tv repairman, the damage was caused by a shock or hard jolt, and cost me $300 to repair, and the Tempurpedic is still damaged. I moved at the end of November, and have waited to write this review in the hope that someone from this company had any integrity, character, or class to respond, but apparently that isn't going to happen. At this point my only hope is that some representative from the State of Florida reads this review and enacts a lawsuit to have "Florida" removed from this companys' name as a poor representation of the state.
  • Florida Family Movers (407) 348-6683

    1 stars Posted on 02/25/2013 11:30am

    When it came time for me to move, I requested several quotes online. Florida Family Movers was the first to reply. From now on I will start with the second. Everything started well enough. Anthony and Ben arrived late, but they did call to let me know. When we got to the new apartment, I did a walk-thru with Anthony to give him an idea where everything was going, then left my wife in charge while I went to get lunch for my family. When I returned, but before I could go inside, the guys came out, said goodbye, and left. At first I was a little put out as I was not given a chance to tip them for their work, but then I went inside. The walk-thru was a waste of time, as they had dumped everything in a pile in the living room. I may not normally care, but I am handicapped which is why I hired a mover in the first place. Then I learned that Anthony had managed to somehow lock one of the two bathrooms shut, which we had to do without for the remainder of the weekend (the office was closed). I wish that were all. One of my pre-requisites was a familiararity with moving a Tempurpedic mattress set. After being somewhat reassured when I booked the move that they were competent, imagine my suprise when I discovered that they had damaged this very expensive mattress set. At this time I attempted to contact them about said issues. I called and left my contact info for a supervisor to call me back. During the course of the next week I learned that my 40" LCD tv was not working either, so, rather than continue to wait, I called back and spoke to someone claiming to be a supervisor. He expressed concern and set up a date to come check out the damage, but on the day he was supposed to come he called and cancelled. Both my wife and I tried again to get someone out to check the damage, but to no avail. According to the tv repairman, the damage was caused by a shock or hard jolt, and cost me $300 to repair, and the Tempurpedic is still damaged. I moved at the end of November, and have waited to write this review in the hope that someone from this company had any integrity, character, or class to respond, but apparently that isn't going to happen. At this point my only hope is that some representative from the State of Florida reads this review and enacts a lawsuit to have "Florida" removed from this companys' name as a poor representation of the state.
  • Florida Family Movers 27300 Catherine St, Okahumpka, FL 34762 (407) 348-6683

    1 stars Posted on 02/25/2013 11:28am

    When it came time for me to move, I requested several quotes online. Florida Family Movers was the first to reply. From now on I will start with the second. Everything started well enough. Anthony and Ben arrived late, but they did call to let me know. When we got to the new apartment, I did a walk-thru with Anthony to give him an idea where everything was going, then left my wife in charge while I went to get lunch for my family. When I returned, but before I could go inside, the guys came out, said goodbye, and left. At first I was a little put out as I was not given a chance to tip them for their work, but then I went inside. The walk-thru was a waste of time, as they had dumped everything in a pile in the living room. I may not normally care, but I am handicapped which is why I hired a mover in the first place. Then I learned that Anthony had managed to somehow lock one of the two bathrooms shut, which we had to do without for the remainder of the weekend (the office was closed). I wish that were all. One of my pre-requisites was a familiararity with moving a Tempurpedic mattress set. After being somewhat reassured when I booked the move that they were competent, imagine my suprise when I discovered that they had damaged this very expensive mattress set. At this time I attempted to contact them about said issues. I called and left my contact info for a supervisor to call me back. During the course of the next week I learned that my 40" LCD tv was not working either, so, rather than continue to wait, I called back and spoke to someone claiming to be a supervisor. He expressed concern and set up a date to come check out the damage, but on the day he was supposed to come he called and cancelled. Both my wife and I tried again to get someone out to check the damage, but to no avail. According to the tv repairman, the damage was caused by a shock or hard jolt, and cost me $300 to repair, and the Tempurpedic is still damaged. I moved at the end of November, and have waited to write this review in the hope that someone from this company had any integrity, character, or class to respond, but apparently that isn't going to happen. At this point my only hope is that some representative from the State of Florida reads this review and enacts a lawsuit to have "Florida" removed from this companys' name as a poor representation of the state.
  • Florida Family Movers (407) 876-2792

    1 stars Posted on 02/25/2013 11:12am

    When it came time for me to move, I requested several quotes online. Florida Family Movers was the first to reply. From now on I will start with the second. Everything started well enough. Anthony and Ben arrived late, but they did call to let me know. When we got to the new apartment, I did a walk-thru with Anthony to give him an idea where everything was going, then left my wife in charge while I went to get lunch for my family. When I returned, but before I could go inside, the guys came out, said goodbye, and left. At first I was a little put out as I was not given a chance to tip them for their work, but then I went inside. The walk-thru was a waste of time, as they had dumped everything in a pile in the living room. I may not normally care, but I am handicapped which is why I hired a mover in the first place. Then I learned that Anthony had managed to somehow lock one of the two bathrooms shut, which we had to do without for the remainder of the weekend (the office was closed). I wish that were all. One of my pre-requisites was a familiararity with moving a Tempurpedic mattress set. After being somewhat reassured when I booked the move that they were competent, imagine my suprise when I discovered that they had damaged this very expensive mattress set. At this time I attempted to contact them about said issues. I called and left my contact info for a supervisor to call me back. During the course of the next week I learned that my 40" LCD tv was not working either, so, rather than continue to wait, I called back and spoke to someone claiming to be a supervisor. He expressed concern and set up a date to come check out the damage, but on the day he was supposed to come he called and cancelled. Both my wife and I tried again to get someone out to check the damage, but to no avail. According to the tv repairman, the damage was caused by a shock or hard jolt, and cost me $300 to repair, and the Tempurpedic is still damaged. I moved at the end of November, and have waited to write this review in the hope that someone from this company had any integrity, character, or class to respond, but apparently that isn't going to happen. At this point my only hope is that some representative from the State of Florida reads this review and enacts a lawsuit to have "Florida" removed from this companys' name as a poor representation of the state.
  • Florida Family Movers (352) 751-5000

    1 stars Posted on 02/24/2013 04:00pm

  • Florida Family Movers 819 W Desoto St, Clermont, FL 34711 (352) 241-6329

    1 stars Posted on 02/24/2013 04:00pm

  • Florida Family Movers (407) 876-2792

    1 stars Posted on 02/24/2013 04:00pm