Better Business Bureau


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Better Business Bureau

nationwide system of organizations investigating dishonest business practices. [Am. Commerce: Misc.]
See: Honesty
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For more than 100 years, the Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses, brands and charities they can trust.
Kim Sweazy, director of operations for the BBB serving Central and Eastern Kentucky said, The Better Business Bureau applauds the action of Attorney General Beshears office in this matter.
The Alexanders "essentially argue that the contractual language requiring arbitration using the Better Business Bureau's rules means rules promulgated by the Better Business Bureau.
For more information check out the Better Business Bureau, Federal Trade Commission and the National Cybersecurity and Communication Integration Center websites to help your loved ones.
"Both the infographic and the Better Business Bureau study are part of an ongoing effort by the banking industry, the government, and consumer advocacy groups to educate consumers about scams that involve fake checks," said Feddis.
Better Business Bureau advises deleting e-mails from people whose names you don't recognize.
The Better Business Bureau has logged about five dozen complaints, mostly from consumers who placed orders -- and even paid for expedited shipping -- and never received a product.
The Western Pennsylvania Better Business Bureau has recognised Service Line Warranties of America, a Utility Service Partners company, with the 2013 Winner of the Western Pennsylvania Torch Award.
To curb inaccurate residential real estate advertising that exaggerated the size of apartments, the Better Business Bureau of Metropolitan New York and the Real Estate Board of New York adopted standards defining how rooms should be counted, 48 years ago this month.
The Better Business Bureau has been rolling out the new app across the country.
The origin of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) dates back to 1912 when "Vigilance Committees" of Advertising Clubs were established to correct abuses in advertising.
Increasingly, donors rely on independent rating agencies like the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance, the American Institute of Philanthropy, and Charity Navigator.

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