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Lalamove isn’t really known for house moving, it’s more for small items (like deliveries for food or packages) to one or two big items.
Most house movers here will ask you how many boxes you intend to move. From there, they will then provide a quote based on the size of the truck they will use on that day.
Some movers give you free cartons that are secondhand but like new along with a few rolls of packing tape.
Other movers give you brand new cartons and you have to pay a deposit, then when you return the cartons, your deposit is refunded.
And some movers do a site visit to your place, estimate how many boxes you need and see how many bulky furniture you intend to move, then provide a quote in what size of lorry they will provide.
I personally used Mover 168 which was recommended by my friend who used the company too. The guy did a site visit and I told him which furniture and stuff I’ll be moving, he estimated I needed X number of boxes and his men sent me boxes a few .....
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Posted in Surveys
I read that the SG government cares if you transfer money out of SG. Is that true? As an American, I don't have many investment options other than moving my sg income to a US brokerage to invest.
I dont think so it is real. But they may look at your financial credit rating to make sure no issues?
Alternative you get a dual sim card phone.
You only need to carry 1 phone. less thing to carry
Company pay the mobile plan -- you have some saving
You need to get use the switching SIM 1 <--> SIM 2
family/personal life will be blur out by working life
Posted in Staying, Living in Singapore