The Better Business Bureau has been a longstanding proponent of consumer protection.  Almost everyone has heard of them at one point or another and some people may have even used their complaint process, except perhaps for PC parts.  NGOHQ was idly searching through the BBB website and happened to search for nVIDIA, who as it turns out is rated an “F”.  As you might think, the “F” rating implies some rather dirty pool being played on nVIDIA’s part.  Amuse yourself by looking up others, like AMD and Intel whose respective headquarters rate a “D” and a “B-“.

“I was checking some hardware vendor’s ratings on the BBB’s (Better Business Bureau) website earlier today when I came across an interesting query result. “The Better Business Bureau, founded in 1912, is not a government agency, but a network of local BBB organizations based in the United States and Canada, which work together through the Council of Better Business Bureau. The BBB goal is to foster a fair and effective marketplace, so that buyers and sellers can trust each other.”

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