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  • Serving: Carlstadt and surrounding area
  • Phone: (888) 237-3222
  • Site: countrywiderelocation.org
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Countrywide Relocation, LLC

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10 october 2017, 17:39

We called countrywide relocation for our move from Massachusetts to North Carolina. We talked with Cat in the office who was very knowledgable about how we should pack our things and what we needed to do to make sure everything made it to North Carolina in one piece. We were quoted a price per cubic foot of boxes and furniture. When the moving day was near I received a call from the driver asking if it was possible that they come a day early. This was fantastic as we were already packed and ready to go just sitting around waiting for the big day. When the movers arrives they came with one big guy and 2 smaller men about 5 feet tall. I have to say I am very very impressed!!! These guys lifted heavy boxes 2 at a time (atleast 50 pounds each) and brought them down the stairs at a jogging pace!!! These guys were little power houses!! They unloaded my entire house in 3.5 hours!!! I had a huge dresser that I had to scuff the wall making it up the stairs and thought there is no way it's coming down but they blanket wrapped it and everything else and got it down the stairs with 2 guys and not a single scratch. I have never seem mover work so fast and so hard!!! When it came time to pay the deposit (1/2 the price) I was told that because we had additional cubic feet it was going to be an extra 500. I had kinda planned on it coming out to more because it's very difficult to give a precise estimate over the phone by computer. So after seeing how hard these guys worked and knowing my stuff would have to be unloaded in North Carolina in 95 degrees I didn't mind the extra 500. This is literally my only minor complaint was that it was an extra 500 but if I think about it I actually did have a lot of stuff. Continuing on.. We got to North Carolina and I called Cat at the office to find out when our things would arrive to which she gave me the owners cell phone number. The next day I got a call from the driver saying my things would be arriving the following day :-) when my stuff arrives it was 95 degrees and hot and humid and the guys unloaded my stuff up to second floor in about the same time. When I unpacked my boxes nothing had been broken and everything worked! I am very very impressed! Like I said the extra 500 was my only minor squabble but when u consider how much stuff we have and how hard these guys worked it was completely worth it!! I would highly recommend country wide relocation llc and you should ask for cat when you call she is awesome! A couple extra things... Make sure u buy tv boxes like we did so the company doesn't have to sell u one, make sure u have a plastic bag for your mattress as well. We purchased these things from Home Depot at the direction of Cat and the movers blanket wrapped the tv and placed it in the boxes. The also put the mattress in the cover all we had to do is buy the cover at Home Depot. Any questions about how to pack something ask Cat she is great! I see that people are upset they had to pay for boxes.... If u do what they tell u and buy the boxes at Home Depot u won't have that issue. I would recommend this company to anyone moving and will certainly use them again in the future. Thank you Cat and the crew for a fantastic job!! It's not easy moving 750 miles and you guys made the process as painless as possible! Often times people only post the bad stuff on reviews but I was so impressed that I enjoyed posting this review.

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10 october 2017, 17:39

DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY!!!!!!!  IF you read nothing beyond this line, know this - they don't answer the phone, will double your estimate, subcontract out the delivery and unload/reload your goods God knows how many times before delivering them, and - THE DELIVERY GUYS STOLE STUFF FROM OUR HOUSE, and Countrywide couldn't have cared AT ALL.At the beginning of our move, we were quoted about $4000.  We paid for a 'full pack', meaning that they supplied the boxes and supplies, packed and loaded our house, and unpacked and assembled large pieces on the other end.They were almost 6 hours late on moving day.  No phone calls, no warning, and multiple phone calls later we FINALLY got somebody on the phone who said they would be there 'in a while'.  Fine.  Whatever.  So, the packing end team was very fast, very efficient and did a great job overall.  Then it came time to talk numbers.  This is the time, at midnight mind you, after a complete day of packing chaos and with a packed moving truck, where the gentleman told us that it would in fact cost $9600.  And half was due right then.  Oh, and the other half was due in cash or cashiers check on delivery.  Quite the setting - dark, full truck, guy asking for $4800 when we were expecting to pay around $2000.After working through that psychological gut-punch, we paid the check and said 'whatever' (have to admit here that my job paid for most of the move so it wasn't a huge hit) and signed all of the paperwork, gave them the delivery address and said 'sayonara'.We were very clear with them that we would not be at the delivery location for about three weeks, as we had to drive from east to west coast and were taking a vacation first.  That was stated from the beginning.  Got a call 3 days later asking if we could take delivery in 3 days.  NO.  We again reiterated the dates that we would be available.Fast forward three weeks, we're at our beautiful new home in or fabulous new state - and haven't heard from Countrywide in weeks.  Call after call after call, and nothing.  All we have is the presumed date of delivery that we had discussed weeks before.  After calling for about 3 days near nonstop, we finally heard back from Leo - after a rather 'pointed' conversation, we pressed him into actually reaching out to his drivers (who, by the way, turned out to be two kids from NY who were subcontracted) to see what their ETA was.  Turns out it was the next day!  Wow, good to know...So, next day, the guys with the truck show up on time, and we started the unloading process.  We had our bill of lading and made sure that we checked each item as it came off the truck - and at the end of the process we were two boxes short and missing 2 sets of shelving and some tools.  Great.  Turns out they had unloaded the truck at our origin, warehoused our stuff and reloaded it on a third-party semi with THREE OTHER HOUSES worth of goods and God knows where our missing stuff was - of course it was two boxes full of paintings, photos of grandparents, artwork and other stuff that's impossible to replace.  Oh, and probably half of the boxes were bent, smashed or otherwise damaged.  Thank goodness the packing people were very good and used a TON of paper and bubble wrap.That being said, here's the real sucker punch...the two guys who unloaded our house, Roma and Milo, stole from us.  Flat out stole a box.  I watched them bring the box into the house, we checked it off the bill of lading, and the next day we noticed it was gone.  Missing.  Disappeared.  It was labeled 'Bose Radio and Blueray Player' - in retrospect, probably not a good idea, but regardless - those two little twits stole from us, hands down.  I was hurt mostly by this because they did a really good job otherwise - they were from NY, from Kazakstan originally, I believe and they spoke Russian.  That was a real punch in the gut.  Just goes to show you - ALWAYS keep a CLOSE eye on your movers.  The worst part is that one of them stole the box while we were in the back of the house with the other guy paying them, and giving them each generous cash tips.  SOOOOOOOO pissed.So, after we realized what had happened we tried to call Countrywide to let them know that we were missing items and that their subcontractors were thieves.  Well, let me tell you - they couldn't have given a rat's ass one way or another.  In fact, they NEVER CALLED US BACK.  Ever.  Like they didn't even care.Thankfully there is a standardized process for filing moving loss claims which we are in the process of completing, but honestly - have some pride.  Have some professionalism.  If you care at all about your business, pay attention to your customers and at least pretend you care that you are paying thieves to deliver goods while wearing t-shirts with your logo on them.  At least pretend you care.That being said, 90% of our stuff is here and 90% of it wasn't damaged.And we will never.....EVER........Use them for ANYTHING ever AGAI

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10 october 2017, 17:39

Worst customer experience.  Ever.The prior negative reviews on Yelp are not exaggerations from high-maintenance customers.  This was awful.My stuff was delivered August 2.If I hadn't been doing inventory like a hawk, they would have overlooked the fact that they did not deliver one box of mementos and one very nice guitar.The owner Leo promised a call about my stuff on August 12.  There was no call on August 12.  I called Leo almost daily until August 23 without a response.  On August 23, I called using a different cell phone and, miraculously, I got an answer.  "Your stuff is gone," Leo told me. When I got upset, Leo the owner recommended that I "get a life."Is this normal for a moving company?  Do I call the police?  Or a regulator?  In retrospect, their initially charging me for 600 cubic feet for no more than 350 cubic feet of stuff seems comical and foreboding.If anyone writes a positive review of this company, I suspect that he/she is an employee.

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10 october 2017, 17:39

I read each and every review - all the ones with a single star rating about this company are true based on my experience.I really thing yelp's software to filter "un-recommended" reviews is broken. It has hidden 37 out 39 reviews about this fraudulent moving company - what a joke!

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10 october 2017, 17:39

Absolutely the worst experience.  With the exception of the first person I dealt with who seemed very knowledgeable, the entire process was extremely painful.  A complete lack of professionalism.  Very dishonest.  Zero integrity and completely out of touch with customer service.  Paperwork was a mess.  Total lack of sense of urgency. and completely unresponsive.  They do not deserve any stars.

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