The bulletin of the better business bureau exists
Monitoring advertising was one of the first marketplace issues that the bureau system tackled when bureaus first began to form in the early 1900's.
In fact, the issue of truthfulness in advertising served as the very spark which started the better business bureau;
Since then, standards of advertising in the U.S. have seen a huge swing toward accurate and reasonable advertising practices.
Businesses are not always truthful in their advertising.
Each weekday, the bureau reviews the newspapers in the Washington area.
They look for ads that do not meet the bureau's standard for honest advertising.
If they find something that may be misleading they contact the advertiser.
We must all stay alert to the possibility of being cheated;
I'm glad the better business bureau works in favor of truthfulness in advertising,
Someone needs to uphold standards of truthfulness & honesty.
by easymoneymethods 9 years ago
"better business bureau" . Anyboby with good content ?
by Darrke Thoughts 6 years ago
Does anyone know what to do with an employer who doesn't pay?I gave notice in the beginning of October, tried to quit at the end, that's one full month not two weeks and then the guy begs me to work through November too. So I've been out of work for almost 3 months and still waiting on the paycheck...
by fit2day 7 years ago
I was wondering does the BBB actually take action after a complaint or is reporting a company to them like filing an error report with microsoft?
by rowan casey 3 years ago
HP makes Zero sense!!!
by Arthur Russ 19 months ago
Here in the UK as in America and the rest of the free world in general, the Press is unregulated, and as such most frequently twist the facts, with some even go as far as fabricating news stories. Without mentioning any names there’s one British newspaper in particular who’s been sued for...
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