BBB Helps Kentuckians Gear Up For Holiday Shopping

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 10/18/2012 10:37 pm
As we head into the holiday season, how do you make sure you're spending your money with reputable businesses?

Staff with the Better Business Bureau of Central and Eastern Kentucky took your calls Thursday afternoon from the ABC 36 newsroom.

The phones didn't stop ringing as viewers asked about everything from charities and donation requests to the 'do not call' list.

When you're doing your holiday shopping, the BBB says it's important to research the company before you buy from it.

And that includes online gift buying.

The BBB points out that anyone can put up a website.

Also, use a credit card so that you can dispute the charge if you don't get what you ordered.

You can research a company on the BBB's website.

Click Here for the link.
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