Scams that Some Moving Companies Do to Charge You More Money – Life Cover Guide
You can get your possessions to and from any point within the world without hassle, and at the cost agreed upon. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case all the time. Scams by moving companies appear to be increasing in the wake of the increasing number of long-distance as well as interstate moves rises.
In reality, some firms that appear to be legitimate online are professional scammers who fail to complete their tasks, steal items from their customers, or charge excessively on their products and services. These are warning indicators and signs of fraud to look out for:
* Direct deposit must be made or cash payment instead of credit card
* In the off-season it is recommended to make large deposits prior to moving
* Ineligible to carry passengers by commercial motor vehicle (FMCSA)
Instant quotations are provided rather than requiring an on-site inspection to determine a fair estimate.
* Federal law requires all movers give copies of “Your Right and Responsibilities when you move” for anyone planning to move.
• Customer complaints that haven’t been resolved , or there are no reviews at all can be unsettling.
* Customers should be required to sign blank forms or paperwork prior to the relocation.
Check out the video below to find out more about the frauds committed by moving companies