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Better Business Bureau shares resolutions for a scam-free 2017
– ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- As 2016 draws to a close and thoughts turn to the new year, Better Business Bureau (BBB) has developed 10 resolutions that can help you fight scammers, prevent identity theft and find trustworthy businesses and charities in 2017.BBB Resolutions:1.Check a business out with BBB before you buy. .
MyPillow Takes Its Lumps from Better Business Bureau
– Online advertising was expected to surpass television advertising by 2017.But that doesn’t mean TV is unimportant.Look at the number of companies that have built major business through television ads, whether 30-second spots or infomercials. .
Better Business Bureau revokes MyPillow accreditation
– The Better Business Bureau didn’t need to sleep on it before slashing MyPillow’s ratings.The Minnesota-based company, best known for its customizable pillow product heavily advertised through television informercials, was downgraded by the BBB for violating its advertiser code.The Bureau revoked MyPillow’s accreditation, lowering the company’s rating to an “F” after a “pattern of compaints” and violations involving the company’s ongoing “buy one, get one free” promotion. .
Better Business Bureau revokes MyPillow accreditation over ad dispute
– The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota revoked MyPillow Inc.’s accreditation, citing a battle to persuade the Chaska-based manufacturer to stop a lengthy “buy-one-get-one-free” promotion.The bureau also lowered its rating on MyPillow from an A+ to an F. The consumer rights outfit said it pressed MyPillow since last August to end the marketing ploy, referred to by the acronym BOGO.“Continuous BOGO offers, which can then be construed as an item’s regular, everyday price, violate not only BBB’s Code of Advertising, which all BBB Accredited Businesses agree to abide by, but also other state and national organizations’ rules,” Dana Badgerow, president and CEO of BBB in Minnesota and North Dakota, said in a statement. .