The Better Business Bureau Has Accredited Weighting Comforts!

by Anwar Alsaad July 03, 2018

Hi friends,

We are excited and very grateful to announce that the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has accredited Weighting Comforts as part of their trusted company list for marketplace trust. We are glad that BBB has chosen us as representatives of the BBB seal to display on our website and on our office doors, but we are thankful for the trust that BBB has in Weighting Comforts to back us with their name. You can find our accreditation tag at the bottom of our website.

Here is some information about BBB and what it means to be a trusted company through them.

BBB helps people find and recommend businesses, brands, and charities they can trust. With more than 30 million companies in North America alone, it is hard to determine who is trustworthy. So, BBB steps in and gives a verified and unbiased information regarding businesses.

  • BBB sets standards for ethical business behavior and monitors compliance. Almost 400,000 Accredited Businesses meet and commit to our high standards.
  • BBB coaches businesses on ethical behavior and how to build stronger, more trusting relationships with their customers.

The Better Business Bureau's vision is to provide an ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers trust each other.

Businesses that meet BBB's high standards are invited to join the list of trusted businesses that is free to the public. These standards are presented to the BBB's Board and/or designees for review and then are considered for acceptance as an Accredited Business. If you are interested in reading more about accreditation standards, click here.

Anwar Alsaad
Anwar Alsaad


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