David and Goliath Moving & Storage is a sole proprietorship based in Norcross, Georgia. The firm helps with both home and office moves. It was established in 2015 by Mr. David Razon and is run by the general manager Mr. Eli Hazut. It is bonded, insured, and licensed. Their MC number is 897274.
The company offers local, in-state, out of state, as well as piano moving services. David and Goliath Moving & storage accepts credit card payments and offers free estimates. The company’s automotive insurance stands at 1 million dollars.
A good number of customers on trusted third party websites such as Better Business Bureau have faulted the company’s delivery and customer services. Some claims claim that items were delivered very late and the company did not relay any information regarding the status of the journey. They also complained about items being lost or damaged during the moving process. What’s more, the company offered very little compensation for damages incurred. David & Goliath has not responded to any of these allegations. There has been no improvement of service after being notified of the numerous complaints.
You can reach the company via the contact information provided on this page.
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