• at October 18, 2018

    Good question. You need to be pretty quick if you happen to catch any damage. If you notice damage, if possible, try to let the carrier know immediately. If this is not possible, then let them know within the next couple of days. The sooner the better.

    In certain cases, you may need to respond faster. Immediate notification in such cases is a must. Do not delay it by a day or longer.

    If you need more in-depth knowledge or advice, I suggest you contact a logistics and transportation management company like 3PL Links.

  • at October 18, 2018

    Just to touch on what someone else said regarding the PRO number, this is something that carriers use for reference. It is just a series of digits. If you have an invoice with the breakdown of cost, then you can know what the cost is of any damaged goods. This is pretty important for your claim.

  • at August 18, 2018

    Getting a business loan could be helpful, but you have to be careful with loans because of course, you need to repay them eventually. If you get a business loan to start your business, but then your project fails, paying back your loan could be difficult.

    Trying to apply for a small business grant could be a better option, but then if you work hard to submit your application and it is denied, you’re back to square one.

    I’ve also heard about factoring, but I’m not too sure how that works. It surely has pros and cons like any other business financing option.

  • at August 16, 2018

    Thanks a lot!

  • at August 16, 2018

    Yeah, I have some noisy neighbours at the moment, so I hope my condo neighbours will be nice folks who respect the people living next to them!

    I’ll be sure to ask about maintenance fees and rules, thanks for the tips.

  • at August 16, 2018

    My boyfriend and I have steady incomes, so I think we can afford it. This is what my parents keep telling me, that we should just stick to renting, but we’ve discussed it and we’re ready do become condo owners.

    We made our research and we’ll get in touch with Reza Afshar soon. Many people are saying he’s the best realtor in Toronto, so we feel pretty confident about doing business with him.

  • at August 1, 2018

    How old is your air conditioner? I think if it’s 10 years old or more, it’s a better idea to just get rid of it and buy a new one. They’re more efficient and less expensive than they used to be for sure!

  • at April 10, 2018

    On the bright side, there might be some great deals and discounts when they liquidate the products with so many stores closing. Save your wallets, everyone!