Despite the BBB A+ rating, ReadersMagnet is still receiving negative comments, such as being tagged as a scam. This proves that the company is becoming a formidable competitor in the publishing and marketing industry. While praises regularly come our way, bad blogs are also being created at the back door.
Competition is always present in any marketplace, but the challenge is with the ones who do it aggressively to the point of throwing mud at others while making themselves look clean. Dealing with such kind of protest or disagreement takes care and professionalism even the other side would not. What is the use of being graded A+ from the Better Business Bureau in the first place?
The BBB A+ rating is a validation of excellence.
BBB explains on its website that “BBB ratings are not a guarantee of a business’s reliability or performance.” Nonetheless, the accrediting body further asserts that “consumers consider a business’s BBB rating in addition to all other available information about the business.”
Thus, the BBB+ rating is a complement to how ReadersMagnet performs. After all, responding to complaints, let alone to a scam allegation, proves how RM tries to be in good well, not only to their authors but also to their competitors. Despite the overwhelming credits and appreciation coming from indie authors, RM sees to it that legitimate concerns will be taken care of.
The BBB A+ rating is a denial of a scam.
Even if “BBB ratings are not a guarantee of a business’s reliability,” it would also be absurd to think that BBB would accredit, let alone give an A+ rating, a scammer of self-published authors. “The BBB rating,” the incorporation asserted, “is based on information BBB is able to obtain about the business, including complaints received from the public.” It implies that BBB is well-informed about the ins and outs of a company before recognizing a company’s efforts in dealing with clients or customers.
The A+ rating of ReadersMagnet comes with the nomination for the BBB Torch Awards for Ethics. Hence, the rating and the nomination are a repudiation of a scam allegation coming from an author who never tried a single service from the company.
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