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Great Canadian Van Lines Publishes Consumer Guide How To Choose A Mover


Toronto News, (PR) April 7, 2012

Due to the abundance of rogue brokers, Great Canadian Van Lines, a leader in the Canadian moving industry, develops an important step-by-step guide on choosing a mover.

Great Canadian Van Lines was incorporated in Alberta in 1990 but now has their Head Office near Vancouver, BC. Drawing on many years experience, Mark Valliant, President of Great Canadian Van Lines, saw the need for change in the long distance moving industry in Canada. Great Canadian Van Lines is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau, is an accredited member of the Canadian Association of Movers, is an accredited member of the American Moving and Storage Association, is insured by the Workplace Safety Insurance Board, and is fully insured to protect its clients goods against damage.

Ever since the deregulation of the moving industry the Canadian Association of Movers (CAM) has been warning the public about rogue movers setting themselves up in Canada as move brokers.

The Better Business Bureau says moving companies is consistently one of the categories with the highest number of complaints, explained Mark Valliant, President of Great Canadian Van Lines. If we can make it easier for Canadian consumers to educate themselves, the overall quality of the moving industry in Canada will increase.

The How to Choose a Mover guide provides 4 easy steps consumers can take to protect themselves. It provides inside industry knowledge to help them select a professional trustworthy mover. It can be found at http://www.greatcanadianvanlines.com/howtochooseamover/.

We focus on providing our customers with a step-by-step understanding of their relocation process, concluded Valliant. Theyre kept updated and informed throughout the entire move.

In addition to the How to Choose a Mover guide Valliant offers a list of warning signs for consumers to look out for:

no physical address
using a cell phone only
accepting cash only
refusing to undertake a visual survey of your goods