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Brighton Removals Company

On 24 Nov 2016 at 8:31am Giles B wrote:
We used these guys recently for furniture removals. Really courteous, efficient friendly service at a fraction of the cost of the big names. Everything carefully wrapped, packed and unpacked.
On 24 Nov 2016 at 9:24am Restaurant wrote:
Do you work for Aqua too?
On 24 Nov 2016 at 12:27pm Bedstead wrote:
Great stuff Giles. I'll make a point of avoiding them as I do with every phoney 'recommendation' on this site. It really is pathetic you know but I suppose your boss thought it was a bit of a wheeze.
On 24 Nov 2016 at 2:03pm Guru wrote:
Hi Giles, I work in SEO, next time try asking a question (and hint at the solution) instead of making a statement:
"We are looking to move from Worthing to Lewes and are after a local removals company, a friend of ours said "Brighton Removals Company" were really good (polite and courteous), has anyone else used them?"
Of course you're really opening up for some trolling replies, so I would definitely recommend coming back and posting some follow up "They were amazing when we used them" replies...
On 26 Nov 2016 at 8:18am Perplexed wrote:
How do removals vans cope with lack of access when moving people to central Lewes - do you have to do some kind of shady deal to stop the Blue Meanies ticketing you on the double yellows? How would you move house into one of the twittens (e.g Broomans Lane). Not trolling - may need to move to central Lewes soon so genuinely interested
On 27 Nov 2016 at 10:16am Belladonna wrote:
I've used Brighton Removals three times and have been pleased with their service and recommended them to others, and on this forum. My only gripe with them now is that their prices have gone up.

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