** Contact your regional BBB directly if you have a question or an issue with a company.  We provide some of their information as FYI only to help our users**

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) attempts to collect information on all businesses operating in its regions. This includes data such as how long a company has been in business; whether the business appears to be operating legally; and if there are complaints, how the business handled those complaints, among other factors.

Depending on the type and amount of information that is readily available with a basic public search, the BBB may be able to rate that business using a specific set of rating criteria described here.  Companies that go through the accreditation process will always receive a rating.  For companies found in the BBB database but for which there is not enough data on them to provide a rating, BBB displays “NR” meaning “Not Rated.”

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