What to do if we had a binding estimate from a broker for the move of our household goods but when the mover finished loading the truck, they came up with a new price?
Question Details: They also had me sign the contract for the price with the original estimate the day before they finished the move, and on the next day after they finished loading they changed the rice by over $2,200. Do we have a case?
If you had a binding contract and not an estimate per se for your move with a stated amount set forth in the written document dated and signed by a representative for the moving company then you have a binding contract for the lower proce that you agreed to.
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