Ginny and her husband were divorced, but chose to stay living together for a while in order to save money. But three months ago, her ex-husband vanished—taking $50,000 of her inheritance with him, the entire balance of her bank account.
With both her ex and her money gone, Ginny could no longer afford to live in her rental home. She made plans to move in temporarily with nearby family members, but she couldn’t pay for a moving truck or bring all of her belongings with her.
That’s when Ginny’s friend got in touch with E-Z Movers, where she had been a satisfied moving customer, and explained the situation.
When we heard Ginny’s story, E-Z Movers sent out a signature pink moving truck and a four-man moving crew out to her rental home. The crew went to work, carefully wrapping and packing her belongings for transportation. Once it was ensured that everything was secure and accounted for, the truck headed out.
In addition to moving services, E-Z Movers is providing Ginny with up to 6 months of free storage at our Skokie facility while she searches for her new home—a service that, with the amount of possessions being stored, would have cost $640 per month.
E-Z Movers and the Chicagoland community
These types of situations are not unusual for E-Z Movers. The company is very involved in charities and donations. We are a longtime supporter of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure—in fact, a portion of the proceeds from every move is donated to the foundation, and our moving trucks are painted pink in support of breast cancer awareness.
We’re proud to be prominent supporters of the community and worthy causes like the Susan G. Komen foundation. At E-Z Movers (http://www.e-