Gulliver’s Movers and Storage

felt the sting again of the mistreatment of this company.

My initial move with Gulliver’s was in 1995 and the service was terrific. My second move was a move in two parts up to New York in 2002 and then to a house in 2005 – this was a disaster. Because I moved from a large house to a small New York apartment, I stored some of my furniture with Gulliver’s for several years until I bought a house. On the initial move, three pieces of furniture were badly damaged, as was the silver leaf frame on a large piece of artwork – the latter being strapped unprotected to the wall of the moving van and the silver damaged by the straps. On one dresser the finish on top was ruined because they placed other pieces directly on top of it. No repair could be done. On a mahogany tray table they broke the braces between the legs and dented the corners – this because they only wrapped these pieces in paper – no moving blankets, i.e. no protection. They “repaired” the tray table using plaster that they painted dark. The first time I polished it the soft white plaster was exposed. The third damaged piece was an antique drum table which they took back to fix as well – this piece has never been returned to me. I kept after the owner for several years and I could never get it back. They used my BBQ grill while they had it in storage for 3 years, and multiple other items including ladders and a moving dolly went missing – I assume they used them in their business.They refused to provide any settlement….after a couple years pursuing the owner I finally gave up. Why am I writing this review now? Well, I was just polishing the two damaged pieces, placing a decorative object to cover the dent in the top of the dresser, and felt the sting again of the mistreatment of this company….thought it was finally time to let people know.

Is Gulliver’s Movers and Storage a scam?
Gulliver’s Movers and Storage is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Gulliver’s Movers and Storage legit?
First Gulliver’s Movers and Storage is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Gulliver’s Movers and Storage’s consumers?
There is/are 1 review(s) posted about Gulliver’s Movers and Storage and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Extremely Low.
Where is Gulliver’s Movers and Storage located?
Gulliver’s Movers and Storage is located at United States. You can contact Gulliver’s Movers and Storage by dialing (202) 483-9579 or visit their website gulliversmovers.com before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Gulliver’s Movers and Storage’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $200 was the total loss incurred by Gulliver’s Movers and Storage’s customers.

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  1. Dont Use This Movers Shop

    My initial move with Gulliver’s was in and the service was terrific. My second move was a move in two parts up to New York in and then to a house in 2005 – this was a disaster. Because I moved from a large house to a small New York apartment, I stored some of my furniture with Gulliver’s for several years until I bought a house. On the initial move, three pieces of furniture were badly damaged, as was the silver leaf frame on a large piece of artwork –

    the latter being strapped unprotected to the wall of the moving van and the silver damaged by the straps. On one dresser the finish on top was ruined because they placed other pieces directly on top of it. No repair could be done. On a mahogany tray table they broke the braces between the legs and dented the corners – this because they only wrapped these pieces in paper – no moving blankets, i.e. no protection. They “repaired” the tray table using plaster that they painted dark. The first time I polished it the soft white plaster was exposed. The third damaged piece was an antique drum table which they took back to fix as well – this piece has never been returned to me. I kept after the owner for several years and I could never get it back. They used my BBQ grill while they had it in storage for 3 years, and multiple other items including ladders and a moving dolly went missing – I assume they used them in their business.

    They refused to provide any settlement….after a couple years pursuing the owner I finally gave up. Why am I writing this review now? Well, I was just polishing the two damaged pieces, placing a decorative object to cover the dent in the top of the dresser, and felt the sting again of the mistreatment of this company..

Reviews:1
Reported Loss :200 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely Low
Reported by : Anonymous
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