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The Better Business Bureau has received over 13,000 complaints about moving scams in the last year. Danielle Kane with BBB says that the most alarming complaint they’ve encountered was extortion. She says once the goods are loaded onto the truck, scammers will charge thousands of dollars on top of the amount that was already agreed upon. Kane says also look for company logos on vehicles and minor deposit fees. Real moving companies have insignias on clothing and trucks and don’t usually charge anything to get started. Kane said once your goods are on the truck it’s illegal to raise the price.

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