So you’re looking to see if The Credit Agents are a scam? Let’s find out.
You may have heard of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and think that it’s a government entity designed to help consumers.
However, the BBB is actually a private company that charges businesses a yearly fee in order to be listed favorably.
”Being a BBB-accredited business can cost companies more than $10,000 a year.” – DealNews.com
Furthermore, in order to be listed favorably on the site (and subsequently benefit from any improved credibility), companies must pay the BBB an annual fee.
In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at how exactly the Better Business Bureau operates and some of the business practices that are less than savory, to say the least.
”A 2015 report found that some businesses with high BBB ratings were being investigated for fraud or other illegal behavior.” – DealNews.com
So the BBB is NOT a government entity and is focused on PROFITS.
And a report showed that businesses with high BBB ratings were being investigated for fraud?
I don’t know about you, but that doesn’t sound like a reliable source for the validity and ethics of a company.
So can you trust the BBB? We’ll leave that for you to decide.
A better measuring stick would be to read reviews from real clients.
Do we have bad reviews? Of course, every business does.
Not every company is a good fit for every person.
We’re humans, and sometimes (not often) mistakes can happen.
When we’re in the wrong, we fix it. Simple.
If we’re in the right, we try to work with the client to come to an agreement.
Sometimes, it isn’t enough and that’s where bad reviews come in.
We’re ok with that.
We’re not some big soulless entity like other big players in the credit repair space.
We’re a small business filled with people who loved what they do.
We have families we go home to, local communities that we’re a part of, and people we need to provide for.
Our interest is to help our clients be as successful as possible and to be there for them every step of the way.
If their goal is to buy a home, then we adopt that goal.
And that goes for any goal they want to achieve by improving their credit.
So if you’re looking for a scam, we’re sorry to say, that it isn’t here.
We have helped 15,000 clients in our 10 years of business.
If we were a scam, we would have been out of business a long time ago.
Instead, we have over 3,000 combined reviews in good standing from real clients.
Give us a call and find out for yourself.