How to Make Sure a Company Is Legitimate

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One of the primary ways to check if a company is legitimate is by contacting the Better Business Bureau. Find out if a company has an "A" rating with advice from a registered financial consultant in this free video on money management.

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This is financial adviser Patrick Munro talking about how to make sure a company is legitimate. One of the main ways in America to do this is to contact the Better Business Bureau, the BBB. Any company that you choose to do business with should be a member in good standing of the Better Business Bureau. In your particular town, they're in the telephone book, the Better Business Bureau and all you would do is call that bureau and mention you are a consumer thinking about doing business with this company. If the company is legitimate, it will have a rating A or A in fact. I would encourage you to work with a company that is A or A . If the company has been reported negatively however, they will have a negative report on the Better Business Bureau and you want to stay away from that company, it's not legitimate if that's the case. Also you can do your due diligence and talk to references of any company that has been provided to you and if these references seek out in a corrective way, then consider doing business with them. This is Patrick Munro on how to know whether a company is legitimate.


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