Aurora Lillo Editor of the "Best Debt Consolidation Services" website -- http://www.ReputableDebtConsolidationCompanies.com -- pointed out;
“...If a company has a seal of approval from the Better Business Bureau, you can rest assured that they have been thoroughly vetted and that they can be trusted to handle your case with the utmost diligence and care...”
Seal of Approval
In order for a debt consolidation service to be officially approved by the Better Business Bureau (BBB), they must meet a set of stringent standards set by this trusted watchdog organization. Being certified by the Bureau is a coveted position that indicates reliability and a consistent track record of excellence. If any of your prospective debt-relief agencies is not condoned by the Bureau, you may want to consider moving on and selecting one that is approved. In the choppy waters of consolidation scams and settlement cons, you want to make absolutely sure that you can place trust in your chosen financial relief organization.
Even if a debt consolidation company is approved by the BBB as a legitimate provider of honest services, this watchdog organization goes even further in providing you with unbiased information that can give you a clear picture of the service you can expect to receive. The Better Business Bureau rates each individual company on a sliding scale from A+ (the best) to F (the worst). With just one glance, you can get a clear idea of the grade your prospective company has earned with consumers over the course of many years.
“...If any given debt consolidation company has negative customer reports logged against them, the Better Business Bureau will clearly display this fact on their website or will show you a report reflecting this information at their local office. You will discover what the complaint was in reference to (i.e. customer service, agreement conflicts, etc.) and whether the conflict was adequately resolved by the company. If any of your prospective consolidation companies has unresolved issues with a number of previous clients, you may want to steer clear of them. Only the best will do for you and you would be wise to hold out for it...” added A. Lillo.
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