New York, NY (PRWEB) October 14, 2010
In a new blog posted on MovingGuardian.org, the site’s management has announced a way to inject real-time accountability into what appears to be an increasingly-indifferent moving industry.
Taking a page from other popular websites that include reviews of their products and services, MovingGuardian.org has created a “Moving Reviews” feature that lets consumers rate their relocation experiences and leave helpful feedback for others to review before choosing their next moving company provider.
According to the blog posting, “From now on, if movers are real professionals, with exemplary ethics and integrity, it will be easy to find them. And the too-numerous-to-count rogue scoundrels in the moving industry will be easier to spot, too.”
MovingGuardian.org lets consumers rate movers based on the following:
Whenever a consumer rates a company at the review site, their answers will automatically compute to issue an overall rating. The carefully-crafted system is designed with unique anti-fraud measures that uncover and delete frivolous reviews. And only one review is allowed per IP address.
The blog continues, “When moving companies know that their performance will be rated and published online for all to see, changes will occur. They’ll occur because, if changes aren’t made by less-stellar and rogue companies, they’ll soon find themselves put out of business.”
Before making any arrangements with a moving company, MovingGuardian.org strongly urges consumers to let prospective mover know in advance that their services will be rated on MovingGuardian.org and that other consumers will be able to find out how they do business with a few clicks of a mouse.
MovingGuardian.org is a public service non-profit dedicated to blowing the whistle on crooked moving company operators and extolling the virtues of the “good guys” in the industry. To learn ways to avoid becoming a victim of common moving scams, visit http://www.movingguardian.org or call 877-613-1140.