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Reason for Rating
BBB rating is based on 16 factors. Get the details about the factors considered.
Factors that lowered the rating for Ideal Craft Company include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
- 7 complaints filed against business
- Failure to respond to 2 complaints filed against business
Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details
|Complaint Type||Total Closed Complaints|
|Problems with Product/Service||5|
|Total Closed Complaints||7|
Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews
|Customer Experience||Total Customer Reviews|
|Total Customer Reviews||0|
Work-At-Home Companies Business Opportunity Companies Craft Supplies
Alternate Business NamesLisa's Fancy Hat Sachets Lisa's Fancy Hats Little Charmers The Ideal Craft Company
Every day, ads for work-at-home jobs appear in newspapers across
the country as well as in national magazines and on the
Internet. Some of the offers include stuffing envelopes,
assembling products, reading books, reviewing movies, medical
billing, or selling advertising on the Internet.
The BBB suggests using extreme caution when
responding to any such offer. While ads claim high earnings and
short hours with little or no experience, BBB files
nationwide indicate no evidence of anyone making the promised
money. Rarely, if ever, are these ads an offer of legitimate
employment. Generally, these "jobs" require up-front fees for
information or supplies, and only the person who ran the ad
makes any money.
You should be aware that the United States Postal Inspectors
regularly investigate these fraudulent schemes, and that you
risk investigation and possible prosecution by postal or other
law enforcement agencies if you become involved in one of these