“Start With Trust”
Over the years, BBB has been providing a BBB seal for Accredited Businesses and Get-a-Quote to help consumers find businesses they can trust.
- We want you to tell the story of how Get-a-Quote helps steer consumers to trusted businesses, OR
- We want you to tell us what it means to be a BBB Accredited Business.
Please choose one of the two BBB topics just mentioned. Finally, you will need to show BBB.org in use of each program.
First Option: The BBB Seal for Accredited Businesses (BBB.org)
The BBB Seal is a symbol of trustworthiness. Seeing the BBB Accredited Business Seal signifies that the business is trustworthy. This seal is usually visible on company websites and storefront windows.
Only BBB Accredited businesses that have been rigorously vetted by Better Business Bureau, are eligible to use the seal. These businesses promise to uphold the BBB Standards for Trust. The seal is a symbol of trust that helps ethical businesses stand out from the rest. Customers rely on the seal to let them know that a business can be trusted before they buy.
The link you will need to provide: bbb.org
Second Option: Get-a-Quote
Get-A-Quote allows customers to request estimates from 6,000+ BBB Accredited Businesses in our 29 county service area. This way, customers can choose businesses that have their best interests at heart for a variety of services. BBB reports on 5 million companies. But, Get a Quote matches customers to BBB Accredited Businesses.
Our BBB Accredited Businesses have been vetted and have promised to resolve any disputes that may arise. Using Get a Quote will help you to choose a business that you can trust for whatever your needs may be.
The link you will need to provide: bbb.org/get-a-quote