Everything You Need to Know
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a corporation that you may have heard of before, but not known much about. The BBB was founded in 1912 to protect consumers against fraud and false advertising claims from companies. The goal of the BBB is to resolve disputes between customers and businesses, as well as educate them on common business practices. In this blog post we will go over what the BBB does, why it’s important for your company to be accredited by the BBB, how you can become accredited with the BBB, some other related agencies that are similar in nature to the Better Business Bureau, and finally an overview of their services offered. Learn more here about Better Business Bureau.
BBB serves as the leader in building and supporting trust online. The BBB educates consumers on wise use of their time, money, and energy by using our network to help them shop smarter; avoid frauds, schemes, swindles, and scams; find reputable businesses with high customer satisfaction; and resolve disputes when they arise. We are a not-for-profit organization created to represent all stakeholders: business owners, employees (including those who report fraudulent companies), investors/advertisers (who have lost revenue because of fraudulent companies), government agencies at all levels – including law enforcement officials tasked with pursuing deceptive marketers – consumer advocates for fairness in advertising laws that protect against false claims or practices from any company marketing products or services to others that are are not honest and fair, and the general public.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a trusted worldwide nonprofit organization that helps consumers find trustworthy businesses, provides guidance about unfamiliar scams or business practices – including how to spot fake reviews; alerts people of too-good-to-be true deals from companies they don’t know; monitors marketplace disruptions like natural disasters as well as company news releases for updates on things like bankruptcy filings or recalled products; and researches industries across all 50 states to create reports with actionable advice so that shoppers can make more educated decisions.