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G & M Moving and Storage Corp

3046 B Richmond Road, Staten Island, New York 10306 USA

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About G & M Moving and Storage Corp

3046 B Richmond Road
Staten Island, New York

We provide a Friendly and Reliable service. By carefully screening all our employees and regularly training them in the latest packing and moving methods, we ensure that you get the most dedicated, responsible and service-oriented professionals in the relocation business. Our Guarantee to our customers is providing them with the ease of moving , while ensuring their satisfaction with our quality service and fair pricing solutions to meet their needs. Our Goal is to help you understand how moving companies operate so that you are not surprised by hidden cost. We are up front and provide a the cost of your move before we do anything.

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Hayley Kadlec

2019-04-28
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DO NOT USE

DO NOT USE. If you are considering using this company and/or Moving Forward America I cannot warn you enough to stay away. This company in conjunction with Moving Forward America was unresponsive, unreliable, and just unethical once you start working with them. Not only will they lie to you about pick up and delivery dates but they will also ask for more money every step of the way. ALL CASH!

We were told the driver would be arriving, on his way, or coming this afternoon for 5 days before they actually arrived and demanded more money.

Do not use this company, especially for long distance moves. I question whether any positive reviews are even real.

Jon L

2018-02-25
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poor communication, damaged goods, and a higher price than contract

Either unethical or incompetent, or both. I signed a binding estimate with Liberty Bell Moving Group who contracted G&M Moving as their agent to ship my household goods from OH to CA for $4000, with a fixed $170 monthly price for interim storage. 2months later, they called stating that our monthly storage price would be $370 due to a higher volume of goods (+400cf) - despite this being against the 49 CFR 375.401 code which stipulates that a binding estimate fixes the total price. They stated that they issued a revised estimate with a higher weight or volume, but were never able/willing to send this to me.
To this day, I have still never seen this revised estimate. As I investigated and quickly discovered a history of fraudulence for the broker Liberty Bell Moving Group, my waning trust in them dropped to zero so I asked them to ship my goods immediately, which took a week just to get them to agree to do. 3 weeks later, my household goods arrived with 75% of furniture and artwork damaged. And my final bill for shipping was $1400 higher than the original estimate as well - purportedly because of the higher weight or volume than originally estimated, but I will never know as I still have never seen this revision. Upon final delivery, my goods measured 700 cf (vs. 671cf in the original estimate). But what choice did I have but to pay or have them keep my goods? And they accept only cash or USPS money order at delivery (another red flag of fraud) - they would not even accept the US Bank cashier's checks which I paid for, and forced me to run to the post office in

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