Better Business Bureau

You can save yourself from a serious headache if you first check with the local Better Business Bureau agency in your area before agreeing to do business with any business entity or person.  It maintains records of complaints filed with it and how and whether such complaints were resolved.  Often you will see numerous complaints against a business where it hasn’t even responded. That, obviously, should be a red flag where you should move on.

Inquire about a business or file a complaint with the BBB at:

Ask Steve.