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#1 posted 12-26-2018 05:52 PM



When running my business, I looked into the merit of a BBB listing. Too, I ve dealt with BBB s to complain about companies. From those experiences, I submit they are as or nearly as worthless as a congressman or woman.

After a bit of investigating, it became obvious the BBB s were not overly inclined to report complaints about their paying members. The BBB admitted it took several complaints to result in a report to the public, and the company had to let the complaint stand unchallenged.

In short, though we d do well to consider a BBB complaint, it is one of the last places I d rely on to determine the good of a company.

- Kelly

AMEN!!!! The BBB is not an enforcement agency….they earn their revenue by their subscription fees from businesses. Would you bite the hand that feeds you?
Just my .02

-- Mike


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