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What does the rating F really mean. Coming from BBB? Why is the company still in business if the rating is F?
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10/26/2009 12:18 PM (PST)

Greetings! Help me understand. When a business has a F rating. That means lots of complaints or not a creatable company to work with.
HNC

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10/26/2009 1:52 PM (PST)

It means the company is trying to be extorted by the BBB. If a business pays them $400 a year they get a minnium of of c rating no matter how many complaints or issues. If a company doesn't pay the fee and has a single complaint they can not get above a c rating. The BBB will call businesses with F ratings and strongarm them into paying $400 a year to change there rating from an F to an A. The BBB stongarms companies into to paying them $400 a year for what is basically protection from negative customer reviews in a forum they control with no outside mediation or ethics.

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10/26/2009 5:09 PM (PST)

TAKING HARD EARNED CONSUMERS MONEY WITH 0 RESULTS

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