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How to Choose a Mover

Date: June 25, 2010
Author: Jennifer Saranow Schultz
QUOTE: The Better Business Bureau said it received 8,486 complaints about movers in North America last year. Common complaints included final prices greater than original estimates, damaged or lost goods and, in the worst scenarios, movers who held belongings hostage until customers paid thousands of dollars. But consumers can avoid the same fate by following some simple guidelines for finding a mover.

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How to choose a mover

Thank you for the article. My husband was transferred to another city for work last year, the company paid for the long distance movers. I swear they must have contacted the worst and the cheapest company available. There were so many hiccups I won't even go into it. If we have to move again I will certainly do more homework than I did this time.

-- Jane McKent on July 27, 2011 11:26 AM (view details)

 
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