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Nature's Landscaping Refuses to Rectify BBB Complaint

Well I filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau in Louisville about my experience with Nature’s Landscaping. I supplied my detailed invoice of work I had done by another landscaper to fix the dead and poorly cared for plants originally supplied by… 255 more words

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Customers mostly positive on Better Business Bureau's new review tool

Customers are mostly positive when it comes to reviewing businesses, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Minnesota and North Dakota says.

Since launching its customer review service in January, the BBB has received more than 1,100 reviews – about 70 percent of them were positive, the organization said in a news release Thursday. 473 more words


The value of customer reviews

According to a 2013 survey by BrightLocal, 85% of consumers say they read online reviews for local businesses; this is up from 76% in 2012. 111 more words

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Avoiding a Contractor Catastrophe

Renovating your home should be an exciting and satisfying experience that creates value and makes your life a little easier and more enjoyable. Keep in mind that one of the most challenging decisions to make in the process is choosing your contractor. 842 more words

Mayfair, MATC team up to bring more pleasant shopping experience

WAUWATOSA (WITI) — Mayfair Mall announced a new partnership with the Milwaukee Area Technical College’s School of Media & Creative Arts Music Occupations Program on Monday, September 15th. 79 more words


A & G Mobile Detailing Delivers Shine To Your Driveway

By Jerri Stroud, BBB Editor

Saul Davidson loved auto detailing when he was in college in Arizona. He planned to live there after finishing school. 792 more words


Hawaii schools report false billing of text books sales

Hawaii’s Better Business Bureau has begun to receive complaints against Scholastic School Supply.

The tactics employed by the company are similar to the well-known “Yellow Pages Scam,” a business-to-business operation that surfaced in 2013, and bilked more than $14 million from small businesses and churches before being halted at the request of the Federal Trade Commission. 274 more words