Yes. An estimate is not a bid or a contract and may be canceled anytime before the move begins. Either the customer or the moving company may cancel the estimate before services begin and before the bill of lading (Contract) is signed.

For example, if on the day of the move the moving company increases the estimated price to an amount the customer does not agree with, the customer may cancel the services. viagra batavia go doris lessing no witchcraft for sale essay get link prednisone kidney infection papers term thesis writer a critical essay best dissertation writers site for college website essay gold bug literary analysis buy annotated bibliography online 10 mg propanol online overnight thesis defense paper example follow get link buy paper blinds article critique example apa enter site thesis proposal expected outcomes levitra sin receta help with college application essay follow essay generator online click here Once services begin and the bill of lading is signed neither the moving company nor the customer can cancel the move.

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