Looking for one good reason to do your homework and take the time to find a credible mover?
How about 3,100 of them? Or try more than 9,000.
That’s how many consumer complaints were filed against moving companies and received by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (up seven percent from the year before), and the Better Business Bureau, respectively. You can fill in the blanks with the moving horror stories you’ve probably heard from friends and family, including movers not showing up on move day, their stuff being held hostage and low-ball estimates.
The truth is that in many of these cases, these moves didn’t even happen with realmovers, but rogues. Rogues are scammers who give real movers a bad name. They’re not licensed, not insured and are out to take advantage of you during one of the most stressful transition periods of your life.
We’ve learned a lot since we got into the moving business and we want to share those lessons with you. Because we care about creating happy moves. Play it safe and hire a company that has been around for several years. A company like family owned and operated A League of Extraordinary Movers who has been serving South Florida since 1978.