The service allows people to move their belongings into new apartments for free while protecting their belongings from thieves.
But that’s not all, the service also lets you access your home from anywhere in the world, and it can also make you eligible for eviction, according to the service’s website.
The move-in fee for MovingGuard is $30,000.
In order to qualify for a move-out, you need to be at least 18 years old.
The site does not disclose whether MovingGuard also offers “pre-existing tenancy services,” which would be the same thing as a move.
The company does offer one other option that might be more appealing for many millennials: a virtual eviction.
MovingGuard said it has seen an uptick in users over the past two years, and said the company has received more than 1.7 million calls for help since January.
But it added that its customers are often not familiar with eviction-prevention services or that their eviction is not automatically followed.
“If you’re considering moving, it’s important to check with your local law enforcement or local housing authority before making a move,” the company wrote in a blog post.
“It may be better to consider an alternative option, like the relocation of your home, which can allow you to move safely and quickly.
MovementGuard’s website also offers a free move-off service for the first year, and the company does not require users to pay a deposit, according the blog post, and a free app that can be downloaded for free to move an apartment can also be used to move someone else’s property.
According to MovingGuard, its move-outs are “an affordable, simple, and safe way to move.”