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Old 06-11-2008, 10:10 AM
 
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Well I was told by my realtor to be out of my house by 10 because they wanted to do a walk through. My moving company told me they would have me out by 10. Well 10 comes and a little over half the stuff is out. My realtor and the other realtor gives me an attitude. The peoples realtor wanted the center island that I said came with the house out of the house. I told them they should of told me earlier than this so I have to lug it out to the street and it rolls and smashes my neighbors car and now im $250 into fixing that. Well the movers ran out of room in the truck so my husband and father in law have to start sticking stuff onto my neighbors lawn. After the closing we go back to get the stuff and half of it is gone. People took it. So now im out of a vacuum, AC, computer, Fans, chandiliers, mailboxes, grill!!! It was the worse move. Do I have anyway of getting that stuff back. Is the mover to blame? Thanks
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Old 06-11-2008, 12:03 PM
 
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We moved many times and it was a nightmare every time.....still a lot of the things that happened to you where do to your bad planning. It is never good to move out the last day or tow. Movers are unreliable and their estimates are usually wrong. You should have prepared yourself better and have a backup plan. I doubt you will get your property back. Do you have full replacement insurance for the move?
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Old 06-11-2008, 01:38 PM
 
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Sound like a really awful day. I'm so sorry!
You left a computer out in a yard??
Did your neighbors say it was okay to leave stuff on their lawn - just curious?
I can't see how you can sue the movers. I guess you could have sued them if you had to call another moving company.
Good luck
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Old 06-11-2008, 02:11 PM
 
Location: Central NC
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No, you're to blame since you left it out there unfortunately. :-( Someone should've stayed behind with your stuff until you could make arrangements to transport it. Sorry you had a cruddy day.
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Old 06-11-2008, 02:19 PM
 
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Well, I guess the bright side is that you sold your house. A lot of people have been waiting up to a year to do that!

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Well I was told by my realtor to be out of my house by 10 because they wanted to do a walk through. My moving company told me they would have me out by 10. Well 10 comes and a little over half the stuff is out. My realtor and the other realtor gives me an attitude. The peoples realtor wanted the center island that I said came with the house out of the house. I told them they should of told me earlier than this so I have to lug it out to the street and it rolls and smashes my neighbors car and now im $250 into fixing that. Well the movers ran out of room in the truck so my husband and father in law have to start sticking stuff onto my neighbors lawn. After the closing we go back to get the stuff and half of it is gone. People took it. So now im out of a vacuum, AC, computer, Fans, chandiliers, mailboxes, grill!!! It was the worse move. Do I have anyway of getting that stuff back. Is the mover to blame? Thanks
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