To ensure that potential customers have a comprehensive understanding of your qualifications, we accept a variety of credentials. This article is designed to provide you with information on each credential. If you're already a supplier, we encourage you to submit all relevant credentials to your account. Upon approval, these credentials will be displayed on your public profile, further enhancing your credibility.
Completing a background check is an excellent way for both new applicants and existing suppliers to demonstrate their professionalism and authenticity. This factor is often crucial in determining whether to work with someone or not. Even when it's not mandatory, we highly recommend completing the process to stand out from the crowd and showcase your credibility.
When it comes to moving labor, a "business license" is often misunderstood. In most cases, it's simply a tax that you pay to your local government to conduct business there. This is also known as a 'tax receipt', 'privilege license', or 'occupational license'. However, some states, like Florida, may require a professional license in addition to the regular business license.
We accept commercial liability insurance (also
referred to as 'general liability insurance')
and Workers' Compensation.
This is the formal registration of your company with a city, county, or state, often referred to as an entity, such as a Corporation, Limited Liability Corporation (LLC), or Doing Business As (DBA).