Unfortunately for me – I requested a quote for moving on 2/28 for a move date of 4/14. I wasn’t sure if the exact date but I was confirmed for the weekend of my requested date. I then needed to move a week earlier and reached out to the company on 4/2 to see if they could still accommodate. I was told yes and had been confirmed for a move date of 4/9. On 4/8, I received a call from Lion & Bear saying the the truck that would be used to move me broke down so they made arrangements with another company to move me at the same rates. Since the rate was the same I didn’t think anything of it. I later received a call from the other company “Strong Movers” to confirm and I was still fine with things, however on move day things didn’t go smoothly. The people that were sent to move me clearly were not movers. They were very small framed and only one guy was really able to do any lifting which then made he move longer than it should have been.
Is Lion & Bear Moving a scam?
Yes, Lion & Bear Moving is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com, They are not aggressive toward their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Lion & Bear Moving a legit?
No, Lion & Bear Moving is not a legit business owner or provider, you should take all precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews submitted by Lion & Bear Moving consumers?
There is/are 2 review(s) posted about Lion & Bear Moving and its indicate that the severity of the scam is Extremely Low.
Where is Lion & Bear Moving located?
Lion & Bear Moving is located at 5601 Seminary Rd, Falls Church, VA 22041, USA.
How much monetary losses incurred by Lion & Bear Moving customers?
200 $ monetary losses incurred by Lion & Bear Moving customers.