Loans.org Accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ Rating

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In order to further establish credibility, Loans.org made an appeal to the Better Business Bureau. The loan quote site is now accredited with an A+ rating.

Loans.org, the nationwide loan quote gathering hub, is proud to announce it is now accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB).

While Loans.org focuses on educating the consumer and granting the public with a means to acquire the lowest priced loans, the website also understands that it must establish credibility in order to gain the public’s trust.

The BBB rates companies based on 16 factors, all of which contribute to a letter grade assigned to each company.

Boasting an A+ rating from the BBB’s business review, Loans.org takes another step in ensuring the public that it is a credible resource for obtaining both financing information and quick, free quotes from various lending sources.

Additionally, the BBB granted Loans.org a position on TrustLink, which allows consumers to ask questions and further connect with the company in an unbiased third-party forum.

Cesar Diaz, founder of Loans.org, said, “We hope to serve as a means for the public to obtain information on safe and affordable borrowing. Acquiring an A+ rating from the BBB is but the first step of many to propel ourselves to the forefront of the public arena.”

Following the Great Recession, Diaz felt the public needed a trusted source for lending information and sought to create this online service. The site covers five types of loans—home, student, personal, payday and auto—and carefully analyzes each in articles, news stories and frequently asked questions.

While the nation struggles to stand back up after predatory lenders pushed it to the ground, Loans.org seeks to never allow such activity to take place again. The public should no longer be led astray by the fine print in contracts. Instead, the website hopes to serve as a trusted hub where consumers can learn everything they need to know about the most popular forms of lending.

As recommended by the FBI, the BBB should be consulted when trying to determine the legitimacy of an online website.

Source: http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/fraud/internet_fraud

To read more about lending issues, go to http://loans.org/ where you will find a constantly updated library of financing information. In addition, you can access a free-to-use quote-comparison generator that consumers can use to ensure they receive the lowest mortgage loan interest rates possible.

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