Before you get to choose a relocation company to transfer, relocate, or move to a newer destination either for professional or personal reasons, you need to be cautious about your selection. Since not being cautious is welcoming the possibilities of becoming a victim of fraud. With this guiding blog, we try to write some definite symptoms that hint foul play on the part of the relocation company you are going to hire. Knowing this saves you from not regretting later. Read on!
A Skeptical Low Price Quotation
Got a quote that is too low? Beware! A professional company would never stoop to quote you based on just anything. It would quote you based on some vitally essential factors. If your relocation company’s quote is low from others; ask reasons and detailed nature of fees charged. Quite often, this brings worms out of the can.
Ask for the Valid Registration Proof
Any company could register. These days we have strict laws, and gradually not anyone can register, but only verified applicants. A packers and movers company in India if not expressed, doesn’t seem to be professional.
Check Physical Location of Company
If a company doesn’t have any office space and is operating unanimously, it hints a foul play. A professional company would have a registered office facility, and its address should be mentioned on the company’s communication sources including website and draft
The Representative has Peculiar Answers to your Questions
Is your packers and movers company providing you with a peculiar answer? Does it seem to be concerned about answering quick and easy questions than those that important? Ensure to be informed before hiring such packers and movers companies.
They are in Haste to Serve you!
Is the relocation company you want to hire is in haste and asking you for some quick advance in the form of prepayment? Please be informed and beware! Do not pay without getting a registered invoice and do not necessarily hire without being informed about the company.
Front Staff Behaving Unprofessional
Some unprofessional symptoms include sending you a poorly written invoice, hesitant to show you genuine reviews, few people resources, uncertain claims, etc.
While we write part two of the series, do let us know of your views if you have any experience