When Martha and Enrrique Gallard packed up their belongings in Georgia and sent them off in a moving truck headed to their new home in California, they had no idea what problems were awaiting them.
But the Gallards were lucky: they found an ally in the Bureau of Household Goods and Services (BHGS).
The Gallards recently told their story to Ben Deci of The Peel By DCA.
Whether you’re considering a move into, out of, or within the state, check that the moving company is licensed by BHGS. You can also find resources to help you prepare for your move and tips for hiring a mover and red flags to be aware of. And if you’re in a jam with your moving company, contact BHGS to file a complaint as soon as possible.