BBB warns about local moving company - CBS46 News

BBB warns about local moving company

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Better Call Harry regularly teams up with the Better Business Bureau on stories that matter to you.

The BBB has a warning about a local moving company with dozens of unanswered complaints.

Harry knows all about this company. He recovered thousands of dollars for one of its customers.

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