Broker Mover Package

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Broker Authority Mover Package



Our Broker Authority Mover Package is all-inclusive. It contains everything that moving companies need within a single package. The package will position you to secure your Federal Broker Authority ASAP. Plus, Moving Authority will make sure that you do not experience any hassles. Leave the groundwork and paperwork to us. Our team will handle every detail on your behalf. As a result, you can begin full-scale moving operations within weeks. The sooner you take advantage of this package, the faster you could make more money. Plus, we can even provide Broker/Carrier Authority to your team at the same time.



Important Information for Broker Authority Mover Package Applicants



New applicants for the Broker Authority Mover Package should consider the following information. Say that you're a moving broker who is registering for the very first time. This means that you're required by law to apply for Broker Authority. The FMCSA's responsible for making this demand through the URS. The URS refers to the Unified Registration System. This policy went into effect in 2015. Moving Authority will take care of your application process through the Mover Package. We will work with the FMCSA and URS on your organization’s behalf. This will save you plenty of time. During the process, we will help you out with anything related to the URS and FMCSA. Next, you will get an MC Number assigned. Our team will then finish the application process for you. 



More About Why the Broker Authority Mover Package Matters



The Broker Authority Mover Package can help keep your company in great standing with the law. For this to happen, our team will assist you in securing the following required criteria. These items are for brokers of household goods. 1. Proof of Insurance Coverage. 2. A Surety Bond that refers to Form BMC-84. Or, you will need a Trust Fund Agreement. This refers to Form BMC-85 for a $75,000.00 amount. 3. Form BOC-3. This form is sometimes known as the Designation of Process Agent Form. It allows brokers to become their own process agents in an official manner. That concept applies to the state where brokers compose contracts.



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The Broker Authority Mover Package Application Process



Our Broker Authority Mover Package Application process is simple and easy. We start out by helping you complete an application for Broker Authority. This is when your organization gets provided with a pending MC number. The MC number stays pending for at least eighteen to twenty-one days. This period’s known as the federal protest period. Once those days pass, you are only a few steps away from getting your broker moving authority granted. But you will need two filings in place once the protest period concludes. Let’s go over both filings that we will assist you with:

1. A BMC-84 or BMC-85 form. This a form that your company’s insurance company submits. Or, you can have a financial organization verify the surety bond/trust fund. The trust fund must have a coverage amount of $75,000.00. If you get confused about this filing process, do not hesitate to give us a call. But our mission is to take care of the process on your behalf. 

2. A BOC-3 form that refers to the Designation of Process Agents. This is an electronic filing that our team will help you take care of. The form will help ensure that you get designated as a process agent in good standing. The Moving Authority BOC-3 filing process is fast and state-of-the-art. That's why many companies across the US rely on the Mover Package. The key is for you to have an active MC number. But if you do not, the Moving Authority team can help you secure one.



I’m Ready to Secure the Broker Authority Mover Package- What Do I Do?



Are you ready to move forward with a Broker Authority Mover Package? If so, all you need to do is complete some brief, required information. You can then click Add to Cart. Before proceeding to Checkout, feel free to browse our website for other services. You can add any service that your business needs into the Cart. Next, you can head over to Checkout and complete your registration information. Feel free to give Moving Authority a call if you have any questions. We would love to tell you more about our Broker Authority Mover Package. Plus, we will describe how the package will benefit your specific organization. We look forward to helping you set up a first-rate Broker Authority system.


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Customer Reviews

Florence Warren

07/27/2021

The Broker Mover Package I purchased from this company is very complete. The Moving Authority agents asked me for some basic information and filled out all the required forms. Although there are many forms, the process flowed very well. We are now ready to operate without delay.

Chris Yeboah

06/09/2021

It took about twenty days to get the whole process completed. People at Moving Authority did the application, communicated with FMCSA and URS. As we received our motor carrier number, they finished the entire process for us. Broker Authority Mover Package has given us the authority we expected.

Dilbert Poultney

05/28/2021

Broker Authority Mover Package helped me secure our Federal Broker Authority professionally and with no hassle. Moving Authority specialists kept in touch the entire process. Within a few weeks, it was all set.

Gabriel Robbinson

05/19/2021

I needed to transition into a moving broker, as I needed a break from the roads. I found this company, Moving Authority, and gave them a try. I was not disappointed, quite the contrary. This Broker Mover Package helped me secure the authority I needed. Now I am ready to move forward.

Joe Francis

05/03/2021

I wanted to become a Moving Broker. Fortunately, I got in touch with the Moving Authority specialists, and from the very beginning, they offered me support throughout the whole process. They are very helpful and attentive. I will keep consulting them.

Bob Sidwell

04/19/2021

Moving Authority experts handled every single detail for us. In a few days, our Broker Authority Mover Package was ready. Fantastic service. I highly recommended it.

Gary

04/06/2021

We are so satisfied with the Broker Authority Mover Package that Moving Authority prepared for us. Most importantly, we don't have to worry about any paperwork. Their customer service is also magnificent. I suggest you call Moving Authority at any requirement.

jamie jean

03/17/2021

Such a great product. Moving Authority did all the required paperwork for me. Now I'm ready to start.

Kenny Hillyard

03/02/2021

I wondered how to become a moving broker, and I even checked a list of moving brokers near me. After some research, I found out that the Moving Authority company offered the hole package I needed. It was a smart decision.

Myron Nick

02/18/2021

Moving Authority offers a complete package. Broker Mover Package takes care of everything. Excellent product.

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