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Do's & Don'ts of Moving

Do's & Don'ts of Moving

(919) 757-9333

Do's & Don'ts of Moving

11 years in business

5000 Casa Del Rey Dr
Raleigh, NC 27616-4559

BBB File Opened: 10/27/2011
Business Started: 01/01/2005
Type of Entity
Sole Proprietorship
Contact Information
  • Principal: Ms. Genevieve Salas, Owner
Business Category
  • Movers
Additional Information
  • A check on September 6, 2016 with the North Carolina Secretary of State, Corporate Division shows no listing for Do's & Don'ts of Moving LLC (as listed on their website advertising). Also a check with the Wake County Register of Deeds office shows no listing. NC General Statute § 66-68 requires that "before any person or partnership engages in business in any county in this State under an assumed name or under any designation, name or style other than the real name of the owner or owners thereof, before any limited partnership engaged in business in any county in this State other than under the name set out in the Certificate filed with the Office of the Secretary of State or before a corporation engages in business in any county other than under its corporate name, such person, partnership, limited partnership, or corporation must file in the office of the register of deeds of such county".
  • A check with the North Carolina Utilities Commission on 09/06/2016 shows no license has been obtained for Do's & Don'ts of Moving as required by law.

Number of Employees: 


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Factors that affect the rating for Do's & Don'ts of Moving include:

  • Failure to respond to 2 complaints filed against business.
  • Failure to have a required competency license.

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Do's & Don'ts of Moving


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