Sun, April 18, 2010
The main purpose of the BBB is to sell "memberships" and phoney "accredidations" to anyone who wants to buy one...like some slimeball car dealer or as you discovered that place.
The BBB tries to "snow" the public with "consumer information" while selling their bogus accredidations like those who sell phoney college diplomas. Their so-called mediation program before an alleged "unbiased" arbitrator is equally a FRAUD because the "arbitrator" is paid by the scam organization and the business you are bringing to task is one of the BBB customers who purchased their BOGUS ACCREDIDATIONS!
Many good people have swallowed hook, line and sinker the CONGAME of the BBB. But you were smart enough to see thru their SCAM! Goods for you!
OK BBB, am I wrong??? Come on SCAMSTERS, defend yourself! Please tell us how I am so wrong! Please tell me how "ethical" it is to give "A" ratings to car dealers charging bogus, add-on fees! Tell us how this poster is so wrong?
You slimeballs don't have the guts or integrity to address these issues!