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Why Are Deposits Required?
Zip Moving & Storage offers local(under 50 miles) and long-distance(50-100 miles) moving services, and like any other moving company in the business, we require a deposit fee. Zip Moving & Storage requires 10% of your estimated cost as a deposit fee, compared to different companies that usually require 50% of your entire estimate.
How much is the deposit for a local move?
Moving costs for local moves are determined hourly, and the deposit fee is always $160.
How much is the deposit for a long-distance move?
Moving costs for long-distance moves are weight-based. 10% of the entire estimated cost is a deposit fee.
Reservation fee can only be paid with debit/credit card with your sales consultant.
What is the method of payment?
Zip Moving & Storage provides our customers with a stress-free move. We strive to make the payments of your moving costs equal, easy, and convenient. The types of payment methods Zip Moving & Storage accepts are:
- Credit Card
- Money Order
- Certified Check
- Money wire
Cash– The great advantage of a cash payment is that you will receive an additional deduction from your moving cost. For more information contact your moving coordinator.
Credit card– This is the most common payment method. We accept all major credit cards: Visa, Mastercard, Discover. Unfortunately, at this time we DO NOT accept American Express. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Money Order– If you wish to transfer or (wire) money directly as payment, please contact your moving coordinator for assistance and additional information.
Certified Check– The company’s agreement policy DOES NOT accept personal checks. Any other certified check is acceptable.
Money Wire– Can be easily done with the assistance of your moving coordinator.
What is the remaining balance when the move is completed?
The remaining balance can be paid with the movers on your scheduled move date. For long-distance moves, an invoice is sent and the balance should be paid before the movers reach your new location. Your initial deposit fee will be deducted from the remaining balance.
Who should I call if there’s a problem with my invoice or payment?
Moving on its own requires a lot of planning and organizing, so customers may tend to overlook hidden fees when hiring a moving company. To minimize the possibility of this happening, try your best at being as detailed as possible when communicating with your moving coordinator.
Is there a fee to change my date?
If you reschedule your move less than 3 business days note you will be charged 50% of your deposit fee. The remainder of your adjusted balance must be paid on the day of your rescheduled move.