Moving and Storage Companies Should Inform Clients about Their Rights, Says Movers.net

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Movers.net noticed that very few moving and storage companies inform their clients about their rights, which should be one of the companies’ main responsibilities when working with customers. Movers.net recently launched a detailed page with the rights of each client at http://www.movers.net/.

Moving is a stressful project, but its results should always be worth the stress. The reason why so many people go through such nerve-racking times when moving is because the moving and storage companies don’t tell them about their rights.

Movers.net recently launched a new page on their website where they tell their visitors about their rights when moving. They suggestively named the page, “Your Rights When Moving” – it is a webpage where people can read about their rights, things that they might or might not be aware of.

Movers.net warns people to inquire the representatives of the moving company they are working with to tell them about their rights and responsibilities. In the opinion of Randy Rodriguez, Movers.net CEO, “When you hire a moving company there is the necessity of dealing with them and seeing that they transport your goods safely. A lot of people are unaware of their basic rights when moving and this is, in the opinion of Movers.net, one of the factors which can delay a moving project considerably.”

The webpage puts great emphasis on some of the most important aspects of the moving process, namely the value protection and the insurance. “This article”, says Mr Rodriguez, “will give you a brief outline of your rights when moving so as to enable you to have a peaceful and worry-free moving experience.”

The webpage also includes five of the most important rights people have when collaborating with moving and storage companies. For example, the company noticed not many people know that the movers must give written estimates, which can either be binding estimates or non-binding. Although the first one comes with a fee, it is the only one which stands as a contract between the mover and their client.

Another thing that people can and have the right to do, says CEO Rodriguez, is to ask for a re-weigh of their shipment. “If you have doubts about your load, it is your right to ask for a re-weigh”, says Mr Rodriguez. “This way you can rest assured that the moving and storage companies are not adding extra weigh to your load”. Although Mr Rodriguez says that this is not happening very often and he also believes that movers are usually fair in their business, he also advises people to stand up on their feet and claim their rights when they feel they are mistreated.

Those who are interested in finding out more about their rights when moving, or about the best way to hire moving and storage companies can access Movers’ official website at http://www.movers.net/your-rights/. They will find there information about the company, as well as various tips and tricks about moving.

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