Tips for choosing a reputable moving company:
Make Sure the Mover Is Licensed and Insured
You can check with your state, county or local consumer affairs agency or your state attorney general. You can also use the FMCSA search tool database. You can also get a list of reliable movers from associations such as the American Moving and Storage Association.
Check With the Better Business Bureau
Research the moving company’s track record with the BBB, which you can do free online. Stick with moving companies that are BBB accredited or at least have a good rating. If the moving company isn’t listed with the BBB, consider looking for one that is.
Verify the Moving Company’s Address
Ask for a business card and check the moving company’s website. Make sure the moving company’s address is listed and registered under the company names. Be wary of any address listed under a residential name.
Tips on avoiding moving scams:
Never Pay a Large Deposit
Reputable movers won’t demand cash or a large deposit before moving. You should only pay upon delivery.
Avoid Moving Companies who Switch their Names
To avoid being flagged by the BBB, some less than stellar companies operate under different names. The company should have a local address, and their employees should answer the phone with the full name of the business.
Don’t Sign a Blank Moving Contract
Never sign a blank contract, and get everything in writing. Read your contract and make sure all of your belongings are listed as a result of a moving inventory.
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