Bringing Your Tech to Life and the Better Business Bureau
Bringing Your Tech to Life is proud to have our business listed with the BBB. However, we must clearly state that we are not members of the BBB nor have we paid the Accreditation Membership Fee.
It is our belief that websites providing consumers the ability to review and report fraudulent businesses is vital to consumer safety. As consumers, it is important to know the history of a business and how they conduct themselves with the public. As of January 1, 2019 we have carried an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau. You may view our profile page here. We do not however believe in a pay to play scheme to get our business rated with an A+. Our customers have gone out of their way to review our company on the BBB platform. To that we have provided a link to the Better Business Bureau profile page for our business, so future customers can review what previous clients have said about our work. As of July 16, 2019, we have been ordered to cease and desist the use of BBB Logos and linking to the BBB Profile Page for Bringing Your Tech to Life. If we do not we will be subject to legal authority.
However it must be stated that the Better Business Bureau has guidelines on "BBB Name and Logo Use Policy" located here which states:
The BBB’s also provide business reviews and ratings for non-accredited businesses based on the same set of ratings standards they apply to accredited businesses. Such businesses are not allowed to display the BBB Accredited Business seal because they have not agreed to adhere to the BBB Code of Business Practices and have not paid the requisite licensing fee.
Non-accredited businesses, however, may advertise their current BBB rating. For instance, “BBB rating of A+” is acceptable.
Images of Communications, Complaints from the BB, Evidence provided by the BBB, and Logo Policy have been provided below.