Law Offices of Michael Garcia
Transportation law  •  Tariff Publishing  •  Regulatory Compliance  •  Consumer Protection
Yes. A binding estimate is not a bid or a contract. The term "binding" can be misleading in that it is only binding for the specific goods and services itemized in writing. If a customer moves more items or request additional services the final price will increase, despite the fact that the estimate was "binding." Read all estimates carefully and completely before signing.
Consumer Protection Information:
9. Can the price on a "binding" estimate be changed or increased?
Transportation law  •  Tariff Publishing  •  Regulatory Compliance  •  Consumer Protection
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