Moving help and review site Moving Guardian is reaching out to consumers and business owners to spread the word about its comprehensive and revolutionary index of company ratings, available online at http://MovingGuardian.org/moving-review-website/. Covering residential and corporate relocation, national and international moving, and other niche markets, Moving Guardian aims to introduce a new standard in the moving and relocation industry by making operators accountable for their business practices.
“Moving Guardian provides thorough moving company ratings that promote integrity and transparency among moving and relocation services. By incorporating consumer feedback, our moving reviews showcase businesses with a proven track record of customer satisfaction,” said Rafael Harel, CEO of Moving Guardian.
Moving Guardian validates its moving company reviews with membership and rating information from the Better Business Bureau, in additional to federal and state licensing records. Not all of the businesses that include BBB logos on their websites have actually been evaluated or accredited, Harel notes, so it is important for consumers to verify that a potential service has actually received accreditation. For users’ convenience, Moving Guardian also includes full contact information in its moving reviews database, providing the website, physical address, and phone number of each company.
Moving Guardian’s moving reviews allow businesses and consumers to rate services in four categories: cost, service, honesty, and satisfaction. Users can also leave comments explaining their ratings or listing specific tips, and the website offers a special Best Moving Companies page that makes it possible to browse the BBB’s highest rated movers, storage companies, and realtors by location.
By selecting a service from Moving Guardian’s directory of moving company ratings, consumers can avoid movers with a record of unethical or careless service. The website additionally provides a list of moving tips to help visitors recognize and avoid scams; Moving Guardian warns consumers of the “Charge By Cubic Foot” scam, for example, where companies pack items inefficiently, conceal unused spaces, and even lie about their truck dimensions to overcharge clients. Harel also encourages visitors to check out Moving Guardian’s “When Movers Couldn’t Care Less” article, which features photographs of the poorly packed boxes and broken items typical of sloppy, unaccredited businesses.
For even greater savings, Moving Guardian’s moving reviews feature coupons for student, senior, and military moving, in addition to general coupons open to the public. Moving and relocation companies are invited to register and claim their listings to add deals, monitor feedback, and respond to customer issues.
For more information about Moving Guardian, call 877-613-1140 or visit http://MovingGuardian.org. The website also posts moving tips online at http://twitter.com/MovingGuardian, with a moving help blog available at http://www.SmartMovingBlog.com.
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