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THE CERTIFIED MOVERS PROGRAM
The moving industry provides hundreds of professional, hardworking, honest companies, estimators, drivers, and movers who provide reliable services. Naturally, most relocation will be executed in a timely manner. The moving industry is built to strive for quick and efficient services, guaranteeing customer satisfaction.
However, as with any industry, there’s always a possibility for unforeseen service failures such as, damaged or missing items, account overages, and/or general dissatisfying interaction with company personnel.
MovingAID.net is an administrator consulting firm providing damage and loss claim processing along with customer support services for Household Goods Carriers. Our team of professionals combined have more than 22 years of experience in the moving industry. Our expertise extends to literally every aspect of the business, from managing major moving companies to providing consulting and services in claims processing.
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MovingAID.net is not an insurance company and the employees of MovingAID.net are not acting as your insurance adjusters. MovingAID.net does not practice Insurance laws and does not give legal advice. This site is not intended to create an insurance claim, and by using the MovingAID.net websites, no insurance claim will be created with MovingAID.net. Instead, you are filing a Household Goods claim with the carrier who moved you via Moving Claims Websites. MovingAID.net websites information as well as any advises of its employees is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. The information contained on this website is designed for informational purposes only. Nothing on this website is designed or intended to constitute legal advice. Federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the moving industry change frequently and may be interpreted differently by different people. If you need specific legal advice you should consult a lawyer directly or a representative from the US DOT.