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Fortnite Receives 'F' Rating From BBB
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BBB is not an official government body, it is a national network of non-profit organizations that aims to make businesses better through services such as dispute resolution, calling out fraudulent practices, and providing people with information through company pages and grades. So they are only helping the public to be aware of the companies' practices that may not be favorable for them.
Is BBB really helping consumers? And do you think Fortnite deserves the"F" rating from them?
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"Hundreds of complaints" in a game with 100 million users... neutral face
"Hundreds of complaints" in a game with 100 million users... neutral face
Fortnite has over 200 million users.
"Hundreds of complaints" in a game with 100 million users... neutral face
That doesn't mean they can rip people off and not have anyway to get ahold of them. I'd be pissed. And a few hundred customers with complaints it actually a lot no matter how many use the product.
Most of their users have probably never heard of the BBB. Not to mention many of them are not in the US. This kind of bad customer service will kill any business. I'm sure 1000 companies are trying to copy Fortnite, and if they have better customer service that is all it will really take.
It's not Fortnite's fault, these little kids see"free v-bucks" ads everywhere which are fake. V-bucks are the online game currency and can only be bought in game. But these kids click the ads and give all their info to a website that has nothing to do with Fortnite and that's how they get scammed.
Cmon, this game has millions of players and thousands of paying customers. It has received 270 complaints from users and it suddenly appears as bad company?))
Kids buying sh*t with parents info. Then parents declining the charges. That's all that is.
The BBB is purely a membership based business, so keep that in mind. It's just a pay to play scheme.
The BBB is purely a membership based business, so keep that in mind. It's just a pay to play scheme.
So you're telling us that if the BBB said a particular company was cheating and ripping people off you'd ignore that warning and still hand over your credit card info? Yes, there were incidents *in the past* with the BBB, but a large majority of the time their ratings are entirely justified and truthful. If you choose to ignore them, then that's your choice and your own risk.
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