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Code of Ethics.

In the belief that our industry deserves our combined best efforts to advance itself, in order to better serve the general public, we are pledged to the concept that to do so we must be within the framework of high principles of conduct. As participating members of the New Jersey Warehousemen and Movers Association, we therefore embrace this code:

Never participate in business practices with the moving public or members of the industry that are not in every respect fair and honest;

Just treatment and integrity shall be adhered to in all dealings with the moving public and members of the industry;

Working conditions and the welfare of all employees, shall be given the highest consideration with special emphasis on health and safety;

Mutual efforts shall be pursued toward improvement and maintenance of high standards for our industry.

Adherence to a policy of truth in advertising shall be followed; never making a public or private statement which cannot be substantiated or executed.

The Association’s Committee on Ethics is charged by the Board of Directors with overseeing the adherence to this Code by members of the Association.

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Movers Go Green

A Community Service Program for Charity

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COE Members

The Circle of Excellence Mover Program was developed and administered by the NJWMA to recognize members that exceed the minimum required standards for membership. 

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Move for Hunger

Move For Hunger is a non-profit organization that provides an out-of-the-box solution to our nation’s growing hunger problem.

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april 29th

May is Mover Month - Public Service Announcement

IMPORTANT TIPS FOR NJ CONSUMERS

Toms River, NJ – May 1, 2012 –All Moving companies are required to be licensed. To perform intrastate moving within NJ, movers must be licensed by the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs. If you are moving interstate (from one state to another), the mover must also have a DOT and MC numbers issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. 

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march 25th

Moving Company Shut Down; $21.2 million assessed in penalties.

Two moving companies that provided low-ball estimates to consumers, and then held furniture and other moved possessions hostage if consumers refused to pay amounts significantly higher than the agreed-upon prices, have been assessed $21.2 million in civil penalties, consumer restitution and legal/investigative reimbursements to the State, under a Final Judgment by Default issued in State Superior Court, Passaic County.

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august 16th

DCA Charges 25 Unlicensed Movers in "Operation Mother's Attic II" Sting

Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs are charging 25 unlicensed moving companies, and assessing fines of up to $2,500 each, resulting from “Operation Mother’s Attic II,” an undercover sting operation.

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