Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

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Movinghelper
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Re: Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby Movinghelper » Fri Mar 02, 2012 6:57 pm

Please place it in your will that I get an invite and I will do the same. Just post in on here.
For more information on moving or to file a complaint go to http://www.protectyourmove.gov

1..NEVER PAY A MOVER A DEPOSIT FOR INTERSTATE MOVING! IT COULD BE THE START OF THE BIG SCAM
2. GO WITH IN HOME ESTIMATES ONLY.
3. DO NOT USE A BROKER.

JAHaddow
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Re: Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby JAHaddow » Fri Mar 02, 2012 8:00 pm

You the Man. Good Luck.
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consumer advocate
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Re: Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby consumer advocate » Sat Mar 03, 2012 9:27 am

Just want to add my best wishes to the chorus here. You've been tremendously helpful to consumers here and you've always done it in a nice, gentlemanly way.

chaz4moving
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Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby chaz4moving » Sun Mar 04, 2012 12:18 pm

Wish you the best with your new opportunity, whatever it may be. Howeever, you do know that you will be back. The moving industry is in your blood and you will be working for a mover again in the future. You cannot get away from this business. In the interim, best wishes and good luck. We all look forward to having you still hanging around this website and sharing your knowledge and experience with us.

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Re: Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby NYCMover » Thu Mar 08, 2012 1:05 am

To Movinghelper,

Somebody needs to get you a Sherlock Holmes hat and pipe, dude. Your detective-like researching abilities are 2nd to none. Hope you stay active on these boards because they won't be the same without you!

All the best of luck in whatever you choose to do!

With great respect,
NYCMover :)

Movinghelper
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Re: Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby Movinghelper » Thu Mar 08, 2012 8:04 am

I'll be around, just keep a look out for the green shardow!
For more information on moving or to file a complaint go to http://www.protectyourmove.gov

1..NEVER PAY A MOVER A DEPOSIT FOR INTERSTATE MOVING! IT COULD BE THE START OF THE BIG SCAM
2. GO WITH IN HOME ESTIMATES ONLY.
3. DO NOT USE A BROKER.

Diane
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Re: Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby Diane » Thu Mar 15, 2012 10:45 pm

Movinghelper, I just want to register my own appreciation for your really splendid contribution to this website. I hope we'll all continue to benefit from your wisdom. Don't be a stranger!
Diane
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Movinghelper
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Re: Leaving the Moving Industry 02 March 2012

Postby Movinghelper » Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:17 pm

Thank you. I wont be I am in Florida now. Checking all fo the messages been on the raod for three days.
For more information on moving or to file a complaint go to http://www.protectyourmove.gov

1..NEVER PAY A MOVER A DEPOSIT FOR INTERSTATE MOVING! IT COULD BE THE START OF THE BIG SCAM
2. GO WITH IN HOME ESTIMATES ONLY.
3. DO NOT USE A BROKER.


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