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Frequently Asked Questions
Binding Estimate: It is a price estimate and a legal agreement between you and the mover to move your goods within the agreed price.These agreement should be in written format. Non-Binding Estimate: Its exactly reverse of binding estimate. These estimates are mean to give you an idea of the price and can subject to change. The mover must mention in the written format as non-binding estimate.
This is an agreement between you and the moving company. The moving company should provide you this agreement before loading your belongings. Read it thoroughly before you sign on it. This documents is very important to settle the claims.
Your belongings are protected against loss or damage while they are in transit. But, the value of the protection depends upon valuation program you have chosen. Explore more about the valuations programs at Moving Insurance Policies and Converge Tips
Following a ‘reasonable dispatch’ practice is necessary for the moving companies.But, things which aren’t in the moving company’s control like weather can be accounted as valid reasons.
Pickup date: You must receive a bill of landing which provides the name of the responsible moving company with an inventory list, address of the company, contact number and MC number. Delivery date: To confirm the delivery of your belongings date, do refer the bill of lading. Never ever depend upon the information provided by the drivers.