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Question by chiayinchiang (chiayinchiang)
I contracted the services of an international moving company to pack and store my household goods until I received a firm job contract overseas. This did not materialize so I did not move overseas but instead changed to a new address in the U.S. I had informed the moving company that this could happen, but now they want to charge me the same fee. Is that standard practice? How can a local move cost the same as an international move?
Jan 11, 14:56
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A local move may not cost the same as an international move, but if you signed a contract you may be obligated to pay for what was agreed upon. Since international moves are more extensive than a domestic move, companies may have a no cancellation policy or a limited refund policy. Check with your plan and see if any of these stipulations apply.
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