Don’t Get Burnt on International Shipping
The shipping process can be full of sneaky little clauses
designed to separate you from your money.
For the most part, shipping of personal goods is straightforward. A group of “packers” arrive and pack up everything. Then, when the shipment arrives at its destination another group unloads and unpacks it into your new “place”. Simple? Yes! But what’s not so simple is the tricky little clauses in shipping company contracts and those of the insurance companies that will insure your shipment .
After six international moves I’ve more than paid my dues and learned some very important lessons. I’ll pass what I’ve learned on to you in this article so you can avoid the costly and frustrating ways in which shippers have taken advantage of me. I’ll also show you some tried and proven ways to take your belongings with you on the plane as excess baggage.