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Since 2012, Bekins Van Lines has been part of The Wheaton Group, which also owns Wheaton World Wide Moving.
Bekins Van Lines
STAY AWAY !!! from this company they're not professional I paid more cause I figured with a name like Bekins (Ward Moving)and the company has been around for years but boy was i wrong i could have rented a U-haul and hired day labors and probably had a better experience as you can see in in a few of the pictures we had water damage on the furniture they tore down a huge limb on my tree nothing was secured in the back of the truck and scratches on my wood floor and that's only a few also they never tell you that payment is required in a cashiers ck before unloading and then when you file a claim they only pay you pennies on the dollar for the damages they caused it's more like a scam so learn from my mistakes
If you need help with a moving your items, I would always recommend Cross Country Moving Group. My family and I have used the company a few times now, and I will continue to keep using them when I need a move. When I moved into my first apartment a year ago, I was stressed out about finding a moving company. Somebody had to recommend these guys to our family. She has used them twice, and they are so lovely and quote beat everyone else's.
This second time that I used them really showed how exceptional they are. Once we chose our move-in date for our new apartment, we immediately called CCMC to schedule the movers to come that day between 9-10 a.m. They had sent me a confirmation via email that I did not see and also contact to verify, so they ensure I was taken care of. The day before the move, our liaison office informed us that they forgot to mention we couldn't pick up the keys until noon so we scrambled to call Cross Country Moving Company to ascertain if they could push back our time. Which they did, by rescheduling our movement. Special thanks to you guys!
Our move 9/2015, resulted in at least 50% of our shipment damaged, lost and showed clear evidence of tampering.
Bekins does as they wish and offer no explanations as to events or decisions made when asked. The consumer is left limited ways of resolving business with Bekins, when inquiries, or explanations go unanswered. All requests, fall on deaf ears, closed eyes, and sealed mouths. The three little monkeys often used to refer to “those who deal with impropriety by turning a blind eye”.
During our unfortunate dealings with Bekins, our concerns became not just for ourselves, but for those that do not have the benefit or knowledge on how to challenge such unscrupulous dealings. A simple review on the internet offers numerous complaints and suits. Consumers that seek endorsement are looking for security and trustworthiness, especially during life altering transitional events. By way of any endorsement of Bekins one would be "trustingly leading the prey to the predators".
Phone: (800) 246-5012