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Moving reviews in Tulsa

  • A
    You Move Me
    Jeremy and Brody were great. They knew we had the coupon from Angie's List so were really good about staying in the 2 hour time slot. They were very efficient and careful with our items. Knew exactly how to wrap everything correctly. Even took extra stuff because they had time. I would definitely use them again. We gave them a tip which is included in the price below.
    - Jennifer D.
  • A
    You Move Me
    You Move Me is hands down the best at communicating before during and after (when needed) on all moving projects. Their employees are always in uniform and their trucks and equipment are very clean. We use a moving service quite often and this is the only company that gets my call.
    - ryan l.
  • A
    You Move Me
    The process was simple, straight forward and professional from start to finish. The crew was amazing. They were very friendly and helpful. They worked hard and took great care with all of my furniture and belongings. I have already scheduled them to come back out and help me again when my floors are finished. I would and have already recommended this company to anyone who is looking for moving services.
    - Krista C.
  • A
    You Move Me
    You Move Me is the BEST moving service I have ever worked with! We had a very big, old piano we needed moved to my daughter's home. We live on a long dirt road in the country with some hairpin turns. The You Move Me Crew came down that winding road with their big moving truck like they had driven it a thousand times before. They loaded that Piano like it was super easy when I know how heavy and bulky it is. Two movers were able to handle the job. Both Gentlemen were very, very professional. They had very positive attitudes. When they got the piano to my daughter's home, they moved it down a tight hallway and somehow got it through a turn into their music room. We are all SO pleased with their work. The Owners of You Move Me were wonderful to work with. I really can't say enough good about this Company. If we need ANYTHING moved we are not able to move ourselves, we will only call You Move Me from this point forward because we KNOW the service we will receive. It is second to none. Great Company, Great Team Members, Great Owners.....and yes, You really Moved Me. :)
    - Daisy T.
  • F
    cross country moving
    Dishonest company that has no intention of keeping their schedule or rates that are initially set. We moved from Tulsa, OK to Spring, TX and our move was delayed by 72 hours due to this company. Reasons provided for the delay were "construction" and "traffic". They are not clear on what will be extra charges and we ended up with almost $1000 of extra charges beyond the "set rate" the was promised. My husband missed his first day of work due to their delays. When they finally arrived to Spring, there was only one man to unload the truck. Was not able to talk to a manager or customer service agent until I refused to wire the remaining balance until I spoke to someone. We paid $4,000 for a convenient move and all we got was a huge headache. Do not use this company.
    - kelsey m.
  • C
    You Move Me
    I had once moved 300 miles from a large house to a smaller one, and paid less. The other movers fit everything into the truck. This time I moved 50 miles from that small house, with pretty much the same furniture, maybe less, after moving a significant number of boxes myself, and they had to leave behind a number of larger items and boxes because they didn't fit in the truck. My choice was to pay them lots more money to make two trips, or make other arrangements. I'm probably giving what's left to Salvation Army because they pick up, and that's simpler than figuring out how to move it all myself (I'm a 64-year-old woman with no one to help me). The guy in charge seemed personable, until I began asking questions: "Are you going to wrap that 200-year-old antique buffet before you load it?" "Why are you going through the drawers of my furniture and removing things? Why are you going through my stuff? Can't you just move the whole thing intact like other movers?" Not to mention they're creating extra tubs of belongings that used to be snugly stored in drawers. Then he had a problem disconnecting my washer, couldn't shut off the water, and had me call the water company to have someone come out in the middle of the move to do it. It was very dramatic, how he couldn't shut the water valve to disconnect the washer and needed backup. Like City Utilities would really drop everything and come RIGHT NOW. By the time I called and got through to someone, he'd figured it out. But when I went to get a glass of water, there was no water. Where's my water, now that the washer is loaded? Can you please turn it back on? He said he couldn't turn it back on because the washer wasn't there anymore. It would flood the house. I lost my cool. I still had to clean the house, and he's telling me I can't have water. He's saying my house is going to flood if he turns the water back on. I have moved ever so many times and never encountered any of this. Not once. Not even when I was young and hired guys with just an old pickup truck. So he began lecturing me about my being upset - offensive defense, probably (I can just see him being that patronizing and insulting to a man...). Instead of doing the things most people do to diffuse a frustrated customer, he kept telling me to "chill" and scolding me. If you have any experience at all in working with people, you know that it's absolutely unacceptable to comment on a customer's personality, attitude or stress level, especially if you're the cause of it. Just keep your mouth shut and do your job, and stop doing the things you aren't supposed to do. Be respectful. But he keeps yapping about me and my attitude about the water, and telling me all he's done for me, and how all I do is "complain." I snap, "Stop it. Just stop it." Suddenly he gets the water running again, like it's this big deal, and he's not allowed by his company to do this - any of these extra special things he's done for me. He's used (sacrificed) his own personal something-or-other to shut off the hose. The house is no longer in danger of flooding. You're welcome. He's making all these extra special exceptions for me after making a big deal about telling me how special they are, and apparently I'm ungrateful, standing there with a huge pile of things they can't fit into the truck, that I have to figure out how to move. Worried about the house flooding as soon as I drive away, even though he says he solved the problem. Later, after the move, he complimented me on how "chill" I now was because it was over, and appeared to take credit for turning me around. This is the sort of thing you slap people for. (Let me tell you what I think of YOUR personality. Do you have a minute?) After I began to unpack, I found more. They took down the wall-mounted TV, and loaded it in my SUV so I could move it. However, they lost the power cord (or packed it somewhere with things they'd pulled out of drawers, perhaps), and I couldn't find it anywhere, so now I have to buy a new one. They tore the canvas on a painting. I just tried to do a load of laundry in the new house, and found the dryer hose in the washing machine. They didn't even hook up the dryer. If I'd known that, I wouldn't have authorized a tip for them. They weren't awful. I liked the other guys. They tried. But I'm just not used to this kind of upheaval when I hire a mover. I now have much more work than I expected or have time to do. And I don't like leaving bad reviews, but come on. Now I have to pay someone else to hook up my dryer because I can't take down a folding door and pull out the dryer to do it myself. I have a whole pile of stuff I have to move myself or give away. So I'm glad it's over, but I wouldn't go through it again.
    - Maureen G.
  • F
    Tulsa Truck Loading & Unloading
    A terrible moving company!!! Not only did they raise the contracted hourly fee (once they had my possessions) but they damaged numerous antiques and stole prescription drugs our of the rental house medicine cabinet I filed a police report for the theft and also requested a refund for the overcharging This company never responded... Do not hire them to move anything or you will surely regret it ��������
    - Teresa F.
  • F
    Tulsa Truck Loading & Unloading
    They overcharged me once they had my possessions, damaged my antique furniture and stole pharmaceutical drugs from the rental home I was vacating I would NOT recommend this moving company to anyone They can not be trusted
    - Teresa F.
  • C
    You Move Me
    Not too bad except they had a hard time handling a very large china cabinet, which I had warned them about. They did not bring a ramp to get it off the front porch and dropped it once between the porch and truck. Fortunately it did not break.
    - Jo F.
  • B
    First Choice Relocation
    Went pretty well until the end when the new drywall was scuffed up in two places as well as the ceiling. Then the wooden legs on my couch were scrapped up on the wood floors - both the legs on the couch and the wood floor was slightly damaged.
    - Ashley H.
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