An ever popular concept in the world of long distance and interstate removals is the ‘backload’. The idea of a backload is that when a removalist takes a customer from their home city to another city, the removalist will have to return home again. Rather than return empty, the removalist offers a cut price rate for pickup and delivery on a specified date. For those people who are flexible and able to work with the specified date, a great cost saving can be enjoyed.
It is a simple concept, a sort of removals hack that can be of great benefit to young couples, families and pensioners. Unfortunately two groups have taken the concept, and abuse the system to the detriment of customers and honest, legitimate removalists.