As far as I know don’t you just pay money to the BBB and they endorse you? Because the way I see it is if there is no complaints the rating does not matter much. Also there is many complaints against the BBB. In fact, I found this video on Youtube about a Capital News Briefing stating that BBB was under investigation and the Attorney General is exposing them for a scam. What so important about having a great rating with the BBB?
Will you please explain why it is so important to have a good BBB rating when considering a debt relief option?
Businesses pay money to the BBB for membership. Membership simply means that the company subscribes to ethical behavior and fair business practices. The BBB does not endorse the company. They simply report the complaints and rate the company based solely on consumer reviews. It’s unusual but If the particular BBB that you are referring to is under investigation, you should conduct your own research for any businesses within their jurisdiction. Once the BBB has been reorganized, you can start relying on their ratings.
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