TYLER - Experts say one of the biggest scams some movers pull on their customers, is giving them an estimate then finishing the job and sometimes doubling or even tripling the moving cost.
It's a problem unfortunately that happens to many folks. In the process of moving, they hire a company to help them make it an easier process.
Folks at the Better Business Bureau say when looking for the right company be sure you look into company and experts say the price you find online to pay for the job, may not be the price you get.
Olga Mondragon with the Better Business Bureau tell KETK, "Keep in mind a lot of online estimates and phone estimates are not legitimate. So, the best way is to have someone come out to your home look at the furniture, look at everything that's too be moved, so that they can give you a proper estimate."