Ideas to Help You Identify Scam Moving and Storage Service Providers
Most people think that the best way to learn more about the quality of services a certain moving and storage company provides is to read reviews online. This is partially true if you know how to recognize the fake ones. Finding only real, genuine, authentic reviews nowadays with so much scam information in the web can prove to be a big challenge even for the most determined service consumers. If you are not sure you can do this, you better turn to a friend or relative for a recommendation, as a person you know will never give you false information or try to trick you in any way.
Before providing access to your personal household goods to some unfamiliar mover, you better be sure your belongings will be safe there. This is why obtaining opinion from other people who have used this service is of vital importance. Today the experienced and licensed moving contractor MovinOn LLC, of Live Oak, TX, has prepared a few tips to help you distinguish the reliable and trustworthy sources from the fake reviews, you can often come upon when randomly browsing the web. Here they are:
Tip 1: The fact that you have heard the company’s name, does not necessarily mean that the moving and storage services it provides are reliable. Instead, do our best to check whether the contractor is BBB or AMSA affiliated.
Tip 2: Usually if the majority of reviews you come upon are positive, the company is reliable, but you better check at least 5 different sources before making your final assumptions about the quality of their workmanship. Keep in mind that hardly any company has only positive or only negative reviews.
Tip 3: Too much positive information is not very realistic – If a moving review contains words and expressions like “the movers were great”, “I am extremely happy with the company”, “Their services are second to none”, don’t take it for granted. Some reviews are too good to be true and you know it!