In this technical day and age, it is a known fact that the plastic we use for monetary transactions have expiration dates. While the "landlord" should have had a way to contact the renter, it always falls to the person whose card it is to notify and update accounts where it is used. Do your homework and make sure you are using a reputable firm with happy customers. That having been said, there are several things in the article and the posts here that make a lot of sense in the buyer beware category. In addition, there are many times where renting storage space just makes sense. For businesses who keep records in hard-copy for years; for off-site storage of important records, electronic or otherwise; for extra furniture or belongings that need to be kept in a controlled environment, or for a short period of time. In my experience, family and friends do not generally like being imposed upon to store someone else's stuff (yes, even yours) for any length of time. I was impressed with the offerings for self storage in Minneapolis when I was looking for space. Just look for a place that meets your needs, not just the cheapest thing out there.
Things You Should Know Before Renting a Public Storage Space
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