BBB issues warning after Cleveland man ensnared in cross-country moving scheme

According to the study, a fraudulent removal company can be helpful on the phone first and have a well-designed website that has years of experience, well-trained employees, satisfied customers and appropriate licenses. However, the red flags start when the company claims it cannot do a personal inspection and appraisal. While it can claim to be local, in reality it is based out of state and pays for a local PO Box address. An initial affordable offering is soon to emerge as the company claims – often based on incorrect calculations – that you have more belongings than you originally thought.

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