|The mover or broker doesn’t perform an on-site inspection of your household items and gives an hourly estimate over the telephone or online — sight unseen.
|The mover or broker does not provide a written estimate or says they will determine the cost after loading.
|The moving company demands cash or a large deposit before the move.
|The mover asks you to sign blank documents.
|The mover or broker doesn’t provide you with a copy of the Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move booklet and a copy of FMCSA’s Ready to Move brochure, which movers are required by federal regulations to supply to their customers.
|The company’s website has no local address and no information about their registration or insurance.
|The mover claims all goods are covered by their insurance.
|When you call the mover, the telephone is answered with “Movers” or “Moving Company,” rather than the company’s name.
|Offices and warehouse are in poor condition or nonexistent.
|On moving day, a rental truck arrives rather than a company-owned or marked fleet truck.
|The mover claims that you have more belongings than estimated.
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