- The company is not found in the federal or state list of registered companies.
- The company is registered, but it shows 0 power units (trucks) on their registration link.
- Their insurance cannot be verified.
- Their website does not list an address or post license and insurance information.
- The mover asks for a large deposit
- The mover does not provide you with a copy of “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move”.
- The mover does not do an onsite inspection
- There is no company name on the side of the truck, or is a rental truck.
- The mover claims all goods are covered by their insurance.
- The mover has a poor record with the BBB and other online review sites.
- The mover asks you to sign something waiving their liability.
FREE MOVING ESTIMATE
As I traveled so much, I learned how to pack light, but I always felt I was a little bit too nomad. I never ha
MOVING WITH A ROOMMATE
Renting an apartment may be quite expensive, especially if you’re moving to a big city like Los Angeles, Calif
Things to know when moving internationaly
The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) Puts International Movers into 3 categories: Vessel-Owning. There are
Requirements Your Mover Must Meet
A move that crosses a state line at any point; even if the state line is Canada or Mexico; even if you end up
When and how do I pay the mover?
Standard procedure is to pay the mover just before unloading. While most local moves are based on hourly rates