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Moving? How To Avoid Payment Hassles

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Sabisood
Dec 18, 2020 at 08:33
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Moving? How To Avoid Payment Hassles


Imagine that your Moving Day has finally arrived. All the boxes are packed, taped and carefully inventoried. You've notified everyone from your allergist to your local zookeeper of your upcoming address change. You carefully screened multiple moving companies, got in-home estimates from all of them, and then made your choice. All of your furniture and treasures make it successfully onto the moving truck, and they arrived safely at your new address. What could go wrong?

Then you notice that the movers are all staring at their foreman, waiting for her to give them the go-ahead to unpack all your items and begin moving them into your new place. The foreman confidently walks up to you and asks for payment in full, prior to even opening the doors of your moving truck. You pull at your credit card to pay the bill, and the foreman insists on payment by cash or cashier's check. You mumble something about not having that much cash on hand. Your mind races. It's late Saturday afternoon and your bank is closed. What are you going to do now?

Well here's a critical tip I wish I'd known about for my last move- make sure you know the forms of payment your mover will take BEFORE the movers show up on Moving Day. This is especially important to making sure that the end of your move doesn't go sour at the last possible moment.

Let me explain a bit. Moving companies don't work like other companies when it comes to accepting payment. You don't get to wait to pay them when they're finished. In fact, in almost every case, they will insist on payment in full when they arrive your location- BEFORE they have unloaded a single box from the truck.


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The reason for this is pretty simple. If the movers unload everything before they receive payment, dishonest customers could simply not pay, and with all their possessions in place, the moving company could be "stuck."

Obviously this creates huge issues for the entire Packers and Movers Ahmedabad moving industry. They have to have some level of trust in their customers in order to risk the labor they have to invest to give an estimate, arrange for movers and for a moving truck, pay for the fuel for the trip, go to the home, wrap all of the furniture, helping the people moving arrange their items and potentially packing, loading the hand trucks, lifting all the items, carting them out of the current residence, loading them onto the truck and transporting them to the new place. The only "leverage" they have in the transaction is the fact that those possessions are on their moving truck. This is why they require payment while that leverage still exists.

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