19 Jul 2016
Bishop’s Move, the UK’s largest family owned removals company, can today announce that its national removals network has been approved as Which? Trusted Traders, having recently passed a rigorous assessment that recognises reputable and trustworthy traders.
Further enhancing its solid reputation, consumers across the country can now have added confidence when using Bishop’s Move due to its Which? Trusted Traders endorsement. In order to become a Which? Trusted trader, Bishop’s Move successfully passed the endorsement process, including a visit by a professional Which? Trusted Traders assessor, with extensive trading standards experience, as well as a company credit check and random customer references.
Chris Marshall, Sales & Marketing Director at Bishop’s Move comments: “Obviously the Which? brand comes with a sound reputation and growing levels of consumer confidence. The Which? Trusted Traders approval will enhance our reputation as the UK’s largest family owned removals company. We put customer service at the forefront of our day to day operations so this endorsement from Which? will ensure our customer base knows they are dealing with a company that has been there, seen it, and done it.”
Paul Smith, Interim Managing Director of Which? Trusted Traders, said: “We are delighted to announce Bishop’s Move as a Which? Trusted Trader. Our Which? Trusted Traders service gives consumers the confidence to make the right choices when it comes to finding skilled professionals and we’re pleased to be able to give traders the chance to distinguish themselves from their peers. This scheme is a valuable, free resource for consumers and will help banish the risk of bodge jobs.”
Which? has been testing products and services and awarding ‘Best Buy’ icons for over 50 years. The Which? Trusted Traders scheme captures this spirit to give consumers the same reassurance when choosing a trader. Which? Trusted Traders offers additional peace of mind for consumers as they can also benefit from free dispute resolution from the independent provider Ombudsman Services Ltd, should any issues arise between a trader and customer.