Sweepstakes winner announced!

Adam  @goodmigrations
Goodmigrations Submit a Review Sweepstakes

We ran a pretty sweet Submit a Review and Win sweepstakes last month and it was a huge success! Big congratulations to Stacy Q on being our WINNER! She wrote a review of her move from Ireland to the United States which was randomly chosen from all the other eligible entries. Her winnings were $250 which is pretty awesome if you ask us!

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“Submit a Review and Win” Sweepstakes

Adam  @goodmigrations
Funny Mover Review Sweepstakes

Expat/Repat Rules for Entry:

  1. Submit a review of the international moving company you used (it only takes a minute).
  2. GoodMigrations reserves the right to request proof of your international relocation and use of a mover.
  3. Moves in which a postal service, DHL, FedEx, UPS, or a similar service were used are not acceptable.
  4. Move must be from one country to another and have occurred after January 1, 2010.
  5. The move must have been completed by the time of your submission.
  6. You cannot have previously submitted a review on GoodMigrations.
  7. The contest deadline is 11:59 PM, Hawaiian-Aleutian Time, September 30, 2012.
  8. The winner will be selected via Random.org on or about October 2, 2012.
  9. The winner will receive 10,000 frequent flyer miles from the eligible airline of his/her choice (airlines listed below). If you’re not into the whole frequent flyer thing you can substitute a USD $250 Visa Prepaid gift card.
  10. If the winner does not reply within 7 days of being selected, another winner will be selected via Random.org.
  11. Arrangements will be made with the winner to deposit the miles after the winner has been selected and successfully contacted.
  12. The winners can select the 10k frequent flyer miles from the following eligible airlines: American Airlines, Delta, USAir, United, Copa, Alaska Airlines, British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Swiss, Brussels Airlines, Austrian Airlines, or any other Miles & More program participant.
  13. To receive the miles the winner must have a frequent flyer account with the airline of choice.

GoodMigrations Sweepstakes

Blogger Rules for Entry:

  1. The blogger who refers the most people who submit reviews will win 10,000 frequent flyer points from the eligible airline of his/her choice (eligible airlines are listed in rule 12 above). If you’re not into the whole frequent flyer thing you can substitute a USD $250 Visa Prepaid gift card.
  2. Bloggers may both submit a review of their own move provided it meets the criteria above and refer others to review their moves, but cannot win both for submitting a review and for referring the most people.
  3. Bloggers must use a referral link so submissions can be tracked. Just enter your blog name (with no spaces) in place of the higlighted “YourBlogNameHere” text below, paste the URL on your blog or in your tweets, and ask your readers to click this customized link to add a review:
    http://goodmigrations.com/?review_your_move=1&ref=YourBlogNameHere

    For example, a blog named “Expat in Madagascar” would have readers click on
    http://goodmigrations.com/?review_your_move=1&ref=ExpatinMadagascar to get credit for any submissions.
  4. The winner will be selected on or about October 2, 2012.
  5. If the winning blogger does not reply within 7 days of being selected, the blogger in second place for the number of referrals will be named the winner.
  6. In the event two or more bloggers are tied for referring the most people, the winner will be chosen via Random.org.
  7. If you’d like to include some information about GoodMigrations in any posts/tweets, a short description that can be used is pasted below:GoodMigrations makes it easy to find international movers, read real customer reviews of those movers, and request free quotes from the ones you like. GoodMigrations also offers a free, step-by-step guide on the moving process so you know how to protect yourself. The company was started by Adam Vagley and Sharon Laufer after their own struggle finding a reputable mover when relocating from New York City to Sydney, Australia.

 

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The black hole of international moving

Adam  @goodmigrations

“I would love some recommendations [for international movers]. I have been getting quotes for the last few days; it’s confusing and it’s very hard for me to trust these movers. It’s amazing how there are seemingly no good resources for this…I have searched the darkest corners of the internet to no avail.”

“The second I think I have found a reputable company I google their name followed by ‘scam’ and find just as many bad things.”

The above comments were posted on an expat forum by a citizen of The United Kingdom moving to France and expresses a similar sentiment I had when moving from the United States to Australia. It’s amazing that thousands of expats-to-be are stumbling blind trying to find a service that will cost them thousands of dollars. That’s why we started GoodMigrations: to fill that void and help people make smart decisions so they can move abroad with confidence.

Moving Abroad Stress FreeBut we’re young and just starting out, so we need your help! If you are or were living overseas and shipped your belongings, then please take a minute to review your moving experience here on the site (and pass along the word to all your expat friends that we need their help, too!).

 

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