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Can you file a complaint to the Better Business Bureau even though the company your filing against is not a member with the Bureau?

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2009-10-28 19:26:43
2009-10-28 19:26:43
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The Better Business Bureau takes complaints against all businesses, not just businesses that are members.


Yes, this is true. However, with the new ratings system companies who pay to be with the BBB get better ratings. If you want to file a complaint against the BBB itself you cannot do so. The BBB originally started to advise clients indirectly of course, to shop or not shop certain businesses.
Now the BBB asks for money and rakes in quite a bit from its "accredited business's"
I would take a second look at how the operate and if this new buy in for ratings is beneficial to consumers or not.
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