B&R Movers Reviews (1)
Review: I hired B&R Movers from Movinghelp.com website. I paid $150 dollars for 2 guys for 3 hours to pack the Budget Lines truck I rented for my move from VA to SD. When the movers moved my curio cabinet on to the truck I let them know the lower glass have been broke before so please be careful. Sure enough they broke the glass after it was on the truck. Then through out the packing I asked many times to tie things down and use the 10 plus moving blankets I had to protect my property. The movers stated they had only packed a truck like that once before. They had no idea how to pack it high and tight within the paid feet I had. As they got to the end then did go over the paid feet on the truck. I asked them to get as much as they could in with in the paid feet so I would not have to pay more yet to take care of my property. They decided to put my lawn mower in the truck nose down. Never asked if it had gas in it or not. I did not know they did this until the truck showed up in SD. The gas and oil leaked all over the truck, on to my flat screen TV and my tempurpedic box spring. They did not cover up my brand new bedroom set so a lot of my items where scratched and damaged in the move as they did not tie things off. My sons 4x4 ride was all scratched and bent. I tried to communicate with R&B movers and they will not respond anymore to my emails where I did include photos of the damage while my property was still on the truck and before it was moved off. They do not want to take responsibility for the movers actions and blame me for not telling them about the gas and oil and that I told them to get it all on the truck with in the feet I paid for. I'm very disappointed R&B movers is not held responsible nor will do anything for the damage they caused.Desired Settlement: I would like to be refunded the $150 for the irresponsible work the movers did as well as replace or cover the damage that was caused to many items of mine during the move. As I cannot even use my tempurpedic box spring due to the gas and oil that is all soaked into the side of the box spring.