Mafia Movers

Denver, CO

About this pro

How does your business stand out?

Q? Here at MAFIA MOVERS our work stands out from your typical moving company because....... A: Every move is treated as if it were our own grandmothers "fine china" (Every peice) We know the reason you hired a professional moving company is for a more stress free atmosphere during the transition period so we aim to provide that with every move.


Denver, CO 80204

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1 Reviews
  • Really D. Jun 2, 2013
    Worst moving company! DO NOT USE THEM! They failed to show for scheduled move, said they were on their way and then turned off their phones and never showed. My family had to spend the night at a disapointed !


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