|Finding a moving company is like navigating this WI corn maze.|
After spending the better part of yesterday evening researching international moving companies, we whittled our finalists down to five. Our selections process was simple.
Step 1: Draw a company name out of the virtual internet hat.
Step 2: Find online reviews of the company.
Step 3: Look up the company’s Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating.
Step 4: If we were still on the fence, we’d critique the company’s website. That might sound a bit strange, but we figured that if a company’s website looks like a fifth grader set it up in the mid-nineties, it probably won’t have the resources to provide a smooth moving experience.
I started putting the company information in a Word document, but my engineering husband hijacked the computer and re-compiled the data into a “much more efficient” spreadsheet. I hate spreadsheets almost as much I hated calculating planetary brightness and flux density in college, so I happily sat back on the couch and let him do his thing.
Today, I started calling the companies for estimates. But I didn’t open the spreadsheet, yet.