BBB Business Review
This Business is not BBB accredited
Phone: (812) 322-3979 4227 E. Cambridge Drive, Bloomington, IN 47408
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This business is not BBB accredited.
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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 Elite Surveys include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
- BBB does not have sufficient background information on this business
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Business ManagementMr. Patrick Love
Alternate Business NamesElite Surveys.com
The BBB has requested basic information from this company. The BBB has not received a response. Without this information, the BBB may not have current information concerning such things as the company's management or its nature of business.
Be cautious when responding to an advertisement for "Work-at-Home" or "Business Opportunity."
These ads are most commonly for stuffing envelopes from your home. You will generally receive for a fee, instructions on how to place similar ads in other publications, also offering work at home opportunities. You will not receive real work to do for pay, as represented by the ad.
Other work at home promotions may involve assembling crafts, data entry, medical billing or selling advertising on the Internet. Generally, these "jobs" require up-front fees for information or supplies, and only the person who ran the ad makes money.
If money is sent to start a work at home project and you do not receive what the advertisement described, it is not likely that the BBB will be unable to assist you in getting a refund. You should be aware that the U.S. Postal Inspector regularly investigates 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 schemes.