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Coleman Worldwide Moving is an Allied Van Lines agent that handles residential and commercial moving in 22 states across the US. Coleman offers full-service moving for local, long-distance, and even international moves.

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Coleman Worldwide Moving is an accessible, convenient moving company nationwide. It has lots of locations across the U.S., as well as access to the larger Allied Van Lines network. But it does get lots of bad reviews, including damage and loss complaints. We recommend checking out our list of the best long-distance moving companies before committing to one.

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Coleman Worldwide Moving: In-Depth Breakdown


📊 Our rating: 3/5

  • Full-service moving
  • Packing, storage, and vehicle shipping
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Coleman Worldwide is a full-service moving company, meaning it loads and transports your items for you. That makes it more expensive than labor-only options like. Of course, it also means you do less work yourself―which may be worth the cost.

Customers say Coleman’s prices are about average (or a bit cheaper) for a full-service moving company. We were unable to get a quote from Coleman moving to confirm that, but you can expect to spend an average (based on dozens of quotes we did receive from other companies) of $1,396 for a local move and $6,017 for a long-distance move.

Coleman Worldwide is a full-service moving company, which means it loads and transports your items. Full-service movers are more expensive than labor-only options like Two Men and a Truck. But you’ll also do less work yourself, which may be worth the cost.

The company also offers additional services like packing, storage, vehicle shipping, furniture assembly, and art crating.

Customer Experience

📊 Our rating: 2/5

  • Varying reviews depending on location
  • Mixed-to-low reviews overall
  • Damage, loss, and delay complaints
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Coleman Worldwide customer reviews vary dramatically depending on the location. But overall, most locations don’t have great reviews.

A lot of customers report very negative experiences with Coleman. We read reviews for Coleman Allied locations across the country. All the locations had damage, loss, and delay complaints. Some locations also have complaints about surprise fees.

Each location did have some happy customers, though. And some locations had lots of good reviews. Positive reviewers said that Coleman movers were fast, courteous, and great at packing. Some customers also loved booking and coordinating moves with local Coleman Allied representatives.

The majority of locations got bad reviews, but a few locations had decent ratings. For example, Coleman American Moving Services, Inc. in Kansas City has 4.2 stars on Google.

We recommend looking up your local Coleman office before booking. It will probably get bad reviews, but you might have one of the rare Coleman locations that gets good ratings.


📊 Our rating: 4/5

  • Active licensing and insurance
  • Federal registration through Allied
  • State-level registration
  • A+ grade from BBB
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We don’t have any concerns about Coleman’s credibility. It gets an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and meets industry requirements for registration and insurance.

Allied Van Lines has current licensing and insurance with the U.S. Department of Transportation. And as an Allied agent, Coleman Allied Moving is covered.

Coleman Moving is properly registered with state-level authorities, like the Texas DMV. State records show that Coleman American Moving Services carries current insurance.

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📊 Our rating: 4/5

  • Allied Van Lines agent
  • Phone estimates and booking
  • Video survey option for quotes
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As Allied’s largest agent, Coleman Worldwide is widely available. It has dozens of locations across the country as well as access to the Allied Van Lines network.

Coleman Allied has plenty of vehicles and drivers to accommodate your move. (Allied alone has over 1,000 trucks and almost 2,000 drivers.)

You can call Coleman Worldwide Moving for a free quote. The representative will transfer your call to your local Coleman office. Then you can either choose to have a Coleman representative come to your home to get a quote, or you can arrange a virtual survey with your smartphone.

About Coleman Worldwide Moving


Headquarters: Midland City, Alabama

Other Locations

  • Alabama
    • Birmingham
    • Dothan
    • Huntsville
    • Mobile
    • Montgomery
  • Alaska
    • Anchorage
  • Arizona
    • Phoenix
    • Tucson
  • California
    • San Diego
  • Colorado
    • Colorado Springs
  • Florida
    • Fort Lauderdale
    • Fort Walton
    • Jacksonville
    • Melbourne
    • Miami
    • Orlando
    • Panama City
    • Pensacola
    • Tampa
  • Georgia
    • Atlanta
    • Augusta
    • Columbus
    • Macon
    • Savannah
  • Hawaii
    • Hilo
    • Kapolei
  • Indiana
    • Indianapolis
  • Kansas
    • Manhattan
    • Wichita
  • Kentucky
    • Hopkinsville
    • Louisville
  • Louisiana
    • New Orleans
  • Maryland
    • Baltimore
  • Missouri
    • Kansas City
  • Nebraska
    • Omaha
  • Nevada
    • Las Vegas
  • North Carolina
    • Fayetteville
    • Jacksonville
    • New Bern
  • Oklahoma
    • Lawton
  • South Carolina
    • Charleston
    • Columbia
    • Port Royal
    • Sumter
  • Tennessee
    • Nashville
  • Texas
    • Abilene
    • Corpus Christi
    • Dallas
    • El Paso
    • Houston
    • San Antonio
  • Virginia
    • Hampton
    • Petersburg
  • Washington
    • Seattle
    • Spokane
  • Washington, D.C.


Coleman Worldwide Moving’s prices depend on your location, move date, home size, and services needed. You can call Coleman Worldwide Moving to get a custom quote for your move.

Service Options

  • Local moving
  • Long-distance moving
  • International moving
  • Custom crating
  • Furniture assembly and disassembly
  • Packing
  • Storage
  • Vehicle shipping


Phone (877) 693-7060
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Our question: Is this moving company worth it?

We start assessing value by requesting a quote from the mover. A quote gives us a breakdown of the company’s fees (hourly rates, truck fees, etc.) and tells us how costs compare to the local and national average.

If a company’s costs are drastically higher than these averages, we can recommend more affordable movers that we’ve also thoroughly vetted. A detailed quote also gives us insight into any additional fees. For example, is packing included, or do you have to pay extra?

Customer Experience

Our question: What’s the common user experience for this service?

We look up the mover’s average rating on popular review sites like Yelp, Trustpilot, and Google. Then we read as many reviews as possible to verify the rating and see if any positive or negative themes stand out.

If we notice potential red flags, like lots of damage complaints, we reach out to the customers to see if there’s a cause for concern.

There are also companies who pay people to leave positive reviews. So, if the reviews are glowing, we reach out to reviewers to see if they’re real customers.


Our question: Is this company a legitimate business?

Unfortunately, moving scams are fairly common. Lots of people have experienced losing their deposit, movers never showing up, and companies outright stealing their personal items.

To check a company’s credibility, we look for things like Department of Transportation registration, active insurance, and licensing with the appropriate state authorities.

Then we look at sites like the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to check the mover’s accreditation, rating, and any unresolved formal complaints against them.

If all the credibility signals check out, then we give the business a high credibility rating. If something seems off, we reach out to the company and former customers for comment.


Our question: How bookable is this moving service?

To check if the company can typically accommodate a customer’s desired moving date, we ask the company how soon we’d be able to move. Then we ask if the date is flexible.

We also comb Department of Transportation records to see how many trucks and drivers the mover has. A small fleet is a sign that the mover has limited capacity. The company might not be able to handle lots of moves during a busy season.

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