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1.76 / 45 votes / 5 reviews
52/54 O'Sullivan Rd
Glen Waverley

Phone number: 1800 800 323

Category: Movement and Delivery

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1800 800 323
52/54 O’Sullivan Rd
Glen Waverley , Victoria
Australia – 3150 is not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with , or any of its subsidiaries or its affiliates. The use in this website and/or in related promotional print or video material of trademarked names and images is strictly for editorial and descriptive purposes.

Complaints & Reviews —

1 Jan, 2018


My partner and I moved from NSW to VIC. 2 bedroom place, the usual furniture. They clearly use some kind of contracting service as they arrived in a Hertz van with no company clothing or anything. I’m no expert but I know enough to put the heavy boxes at the bottom and the light ones on top.... Read more➤
1 Jan, 2018

Interstate moving

I moved several boxes from Sydney to Perth in April using Backloads. After reading terrible reviews (warning sign 1) I gave them the benefit of the doubt. I spoke to a man named David and he assured me everything would be ok. Warning sign 2. The guys that came to take my boxes away did not label... Read more➤
1 Jan, 2018

Furniture Movers

Original job was $3300. They then charged an extra $300 without contacting me direct from my credit card. Even though they have a ‘secure payment’ site they retained my credit card details. When I queried the charge they retaliated and invoiced me another $300. They calculate the inside volume of a 20ft container as 38cm (should be... Read more➤
I booked this almost 10 days ago stipulating I needed pickup within 3 days. They assured me of a particular day and 3hr window. Didn't arrive, no courtesy call…nothing. I called again, left message. No return call came. My Father, on the Gold Coast, was waiting at home for the pickup for 6 days running! Nothing came,... Read more➤
This was the worst company I have ever come across. They kept changing the day for pickup and when they eventually did arrive the mover swore at me because he couldn't get the bed down the stairs. He then left and said he would come back later. It is now 7pm and they still haven't returned. I... Read more➤

How prices rise during the day

I want to share my experience at Orto Clinic. The specialists of this clinic were recommended to us by acquaintances. My husband has a very sore hip and since we do not live independently in Australia, we did not know how to start with a specialist. We applied for a visit and came to the clinic. Admittedly, on the first day we were very pleasantly surprised by the professional attitude. The examination was very promptly - X-ray and magnetic resonance of the spine, as well as we were recorded with a consultant to summarize the results. When we came to find out the results of the examination, it turned out that there was a spinal disc herniation and the doctor said that meant blockades, which required three- it had to pay 60 dollars- that is not a specialist. We applied for the Blockade - when we arrived on time, we had to wait 30 minutes, then the anesthesiologist looking at the appointment had extensive discussions on the topic that the hernia is large and that specialist advice is needed, etc. - but we already did what we were told, but, we also discussed that a operation is needed in time, which will cost 2000 dollars. We made a blockade (70 dollars) and applied to the Spine Surgeon on the second day, who clearly and unequivocally said that surgery should be performed. When I asked him what to do with the Blockade, he said that the Blockade General did not help at all in this situation, or that the anesthesiologist did not tell us that we should not do the Blockade - so 70 dollars for what should not be done and a waste of our time. But for the operation and costs should go to the Receptionist. There we put everything on the shelves:Surgery 5000 dollars, before the operation you have to do both blood tests and heart cardiograms at your own expense. In the hospital for 3 days, which must also be paid separately and also the services of an anesthesiologist must be paid separately - so it is about 6,000 dollars in total. I forgot to say that my husband is a resident of another Oceanian country, not a Australian. It seemed that the price from the previous day in 2000 to the next grew two and a half times higher. We were shocked. I also forgot to add that we were also sent to a Physiotherapy consultation, where a very nice girl showed her husband about 10-15 different exercises that he had to perform - but did not even think to offer any drawings or graphics when the husband said that he could not remember. , then the young specialist offered him to write everything down himself - as if kindly yes,but wouldn't it be possible to print graphic pictures and descriptions of the exercises for 30 dollars? If you already charge, then you should also work harder, because people in old people still can not remember such exercises, looking at once. We both understand that we didn't want a paid clinic for free, but now there should be some limit. And if a specialist is not a specialist in a field, then you could say honestly - I don't know this and go to someone who knows - you might not even have to pay them 60 dollars. Although the patient does not come from abroad, no one falls from the air, and a foreigner also has 60 dollars to earn money from hard work. We have visited doctors in Australia a lot and have had a very good experience and also for a fee, but now within reason!. I do not recommend this clinic, I believe that only money rakers.


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