Where to report bad businesses?

Everyone wants to make sure that every penny they spend is justified in this economy. Prices are higher everywhere, and it seems like you are getting less for your money. 

We will discuss places to report lousy business throughout this article. Companies will pay attention to these places.

Reporting lousy business practices to: 

1. Revdex.com

Revdex is a new online business directory. Consumers can post a review for any business, even if there is not an existing profile. Businesses can create their own profiles and respond to reviews. Revdex tries to provide a positive experience both for consumers and businesses.

Consumers can post negative business reviews and report online shopping scams.

2. Yelp

You can write a review on Yelp if a business does not deliver on its promises. Public forums like Yelp are a great way to share your experiences, good or bad, with companies.

3. BBB

Get in touch with your BBB. You can file a complaint online at this site. Where you go from there depends on the nature of your complaint.

4. ComplaintsBoard

You can voice your complaints here safely and securely. Using ComplaintsBoard, you can have constructive conversations with companies you are unhappy with within a virtual conference room. 

5. TripAdvisor (Travel)

World’s largest travel platform, TripAdvisor. The platform allows you to read reviews written by other travelers or write your review to help improve customer service for future travelers. 

6. Avvo (Lawyers)

On Avvo, you can find a lawyer near you or post a complaint about one. Avvo creates a profile for every licensed attorney it can discover and assigns a rating to those law firms who claim their profiles. 

In the event of a scam, what should you do?

If you are a victim of a scam, then you need to report scammers to the police. Once you have done that, you can report Fraud to the FTC