I am forwarding to you what appears to be a "phishing scam" implying all due legitimacy...to which it's not. In my discovery of business practices in the valley relative to racial and economic discrimination, the BBB in a de facto manner allows this sort of unethical measure with their "pay-for-play" grading system, which is the impetus for a future Federal Class Action.
The former Governor of Virginia was convicted in the association with a supplement firm, that paid for an "A+" rating from the BBB, despite being under an FDA inquiry...thus, "pay-for-play."
I asked why is it that the BBB does not make it more widely known to the public that legitimate small businesses do not have to pay for ratings in order to maintain or prove credibility in the public's eye? This is rhetorical, for the BBB would lose revenue when there is a chamber of commerce doing what they're doing.
I now ask the same of you as a tax payer, for that amount of surcharge requested by the BBB could otherwise be applied within a developing business.
I expect your response as my delegate, for it's pertinent to my ongoing discovery relative to the Federal Class Action.
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