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YUMA, ARIZONA -- I have read a lot of the complaints on here and there are very few informative or good things to say. I have moved 13 times in 25 years. I am retired form the service and have seen some real bad moves. Now I work for one of the companies that did a great move for me. 2 Times.
Before you move you need to check out the company at protectyourmove.gov This will save you in the long run. Also if you need to file a complaint this is where you go for interstate. IN State you need to contact the Attorney General of that state.
You have 3 types of estimates, Bound Do Not Exceed, Bound, and a Non-Bound estimate. I suggest to all of you that you go with the first one. This guarantees the price at a maxumum but can also go down in price if the weight is less. This is the only type of estimate I give my customers no matter where they are moving from or to. You have the choice to view all of the weighings also. Stick with the reputable companies. Believe it or not people are shocked that we were very competitive in the industry compared to the others. We are recognized as the best. We have to have documented background checks on all of our employees also. No criminals, child molesters and all citizens. So if you had a bad experience there are ways to take care of it. Sometimes accidents do happen and should be expected, be reasonable, calm and the company will more than likely take care of it. Think about it, would you want to call someone back who left you a nasty message or was irate with you.
I hope this was helpful for all of you, I do have some experience in the industry and enjoy what I do. I help my customers out no matter where they are coming or going, give them school reports, city reports, and try to save them money on the move. Most of my business is referrals and I like to keep it that way. They tend to be nicer. I move interstate, internationally and in state as well as local moves. I have moved Doctor's lawyers, Military, Nurses and just everyday, I'm moving back home type of people. The hardest moves are when someone has passed away and I have had my share of them also. So think before you sign on the dotted line and make sure you pay nothing upfront and get a bound estimate. If they won't give you one, move on to the next company