How To Avoid Moving Scams

newVideoPlayer(“moving_scams_gawker.flv”, 475, 376);The Today Show has a tale of Goofus and Gallant, one lady who had a great move and one who had a horrible one.

Gallant got recommendations from friends, and made the company agree on a “not to exceed” price for the move.

Goofus entered the moving company’s name wrong in the Better Business Bureau site and so she didn’t see the complaints racked up against the company she went with. She also signed a blank bill. Don’t be Goofus.

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