College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving

College Hunks Hauling Junk Never again!

Using College Hunks was the absolute worst consumer experience I’ve had in decades!  An associate of mine originally referred me directly to Habitat for Humanity’s program that accepts donations that are reused in homes they renovate.  During a visit to make a donation at a local Goodwill Center they told me that College Hunks had a partnership with Habitat for Humanity and Goodwill to pick up donated items.  I thought this was a good way to get the items moved from my home and support a reputable charity.  I called College Hunks to understand the partnership and to get an estimate for removing 7 theatre chairs from my basement.  The customer service representative told me they use cost ranges related to how much truck space is needed to move a customer’s items.  But because my items were so specific—7 chairs—she was certain the cost would be “about $150”.  She went on to say she was sure of this because the chairs were similar in size to 2 large sofas and the cost for two sofas would be “about $150”.  I explained that I also had a stereo component to donate and asked how much more it would cost me to include that item.  She said “oh I’m pretty sure they will include that in the $150”

I made the appointment for the next day.  The truck arrived later than the several hour window they gave me.  I knew I was in trouble when the “driver supervisor” Renaldo Kevin L. starts off by asking me in a used car salesman tone “how much do you want to pay for this job”?  Somewhat confused by his approach, I told him I had an estimate of $150 from his office.  He said “oh no this will cost you close to $450”.  I explain that his number is 3 times more than what I was quoted.  He insisted that “the customer service folks make this mistake all the time, but what they told you has nothing to do with my price.  I’m in charge”.  He offered to “lower” his price to $380.  I call their office to ask them to review my estimate in their system and or listen to the recorded conversation.  The customer service representative repeated the exact same words, at last 6 times, no matter how I asked for a solution to this problem.  He said “There is nothing I can do.  The driver is in charge of determining the cost”.  I asked for a supervisor.  The call center representative told me “every supervisor is in a meeting”.  I then asked for a call back when the supervisors are free.  He committed to have someone call me that day.  Needless to say no one called that day or any other day since this occurred.

By this time “supervisor” Renaldo Kevin. L is annoyed by my efforts to address this issue.  He proceeds to tell me “now I’m going to take the price back to $440”.  I ask why and he tells me “because you are being disrespectful”.  I tell him this is some classic “bait and switch” tactics.  He then tells me that he’s decided to not do the job at all and that “I can call another company”.  I had a furniture delivery coming the next day and needed to have the chairs removed, so I had no choice but to pay this guy $440 to remove the 7 chairs as opposed to the quoted $150 or something reasonably in the same ballpark.  I am unclear as to why reputable charities such as Goodwill and? Habitat for Humanity would align with these kinds of business practices.  Never again!!!!

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3 reviews on College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving

  1. College Hunks Hauling Junk and Moving Is Scammer.

    If there was a “0 star” option, that’s what they would get from me. After confirming a pickup twice on Friday for Saturday pickup between 1 and 4pm, I was called at 12:55pm and was told that the price for the pickup had increased from $397 to $888, 124%.

    I was offered various lame excuses by the manager Tracy: very busy, too far, it’s not my fault . . . I came to the conclusion that they either thought we would pay for the increase because we really needed to get rid of the stuff, or they got bigger, better paying jobs for that time frame and dropped us. Horrible, irresponsible and inconsiderate!

  2. Great job. Will recommend

    Online inquiry was easy. Next day service booked and confirmed quickly with clear instructions in an email. Received a call in advance. Arrived on time. Larry and his partner went to work quickly, not challenged by the weight of the junk. Easily done (for them). Nice guys with smiles. Makes a difference. Great job. Will recommend

  3. They did a great job, thanks so much.

    I had a last-minute request on a super busy moving weekend in Chicago, and these hunks got me in super quick! They did a great job, thanks so much.

Reported Loss :200 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely Low
Reported by : anonymous
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