Organizing removal and domestic delivery services or courier is fraught with time-consuming headaches, as you flounder with phone calls and copious quotes. What if there was a service available where you could state your needs in a couple of clicks and wait for the quotes to come to you? Then you will love FastVan.
Launched already in South Africa and available Nationwide, FastVan is an exciting labour-saving app, which allows users to gather instant quotes, compare prices and book courier, local delivery and removal services tailored to their needs at the touch of just a few buttons.
The new app is available to download from Google Play and Play Store, for iOS and Android devices (with a desktop version launching in July 2016) has been designed to save users time, money and effort, while helping couriers and removal companies to reach a new customer base. In allowing users to specify the exact details of the items that they want transported – size, shape, weight for couriers, a furniture inventory for removal – and where they wish the goods to be moved from and to, the app lets potential service providers create bespoke quotes. The customers can then compare services and accept or reject the quotes accordingly.
With the ability to book multiple orders and track all deliveries as they go along, from collection to drop-off, FastVan keeps customers in control, while an in-app rating system allows customers to shape the quality of the service with honest feedback, keeping standards high.
Working with ewallet, the app ensures all payments are made safely and digitally, with no need for physical money to change hands at the point of collection – this means the customers are protected from undisclosed fees, and the service providers need not carry money around with them. ewallet also allows customers to add funds directly to their FastVan account for instant payment and imposes no transaction charges, and with instant access available, users can easily stay in control of their finances. For added flexibility, users can also pay via credit and debit card.
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