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Reason for Rating
BBB rating is based on 13 factors. Get the details about the factors considered.
Factors that lowered the rating for Work 4 Troops include:
- BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates
Factors that raised the rating for Work 4 Troops include:
- Length of time business has been operating
- No complaints filed with BBB
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Alternate Business NamesDirect4troops.com Help4Troops.Com supportustroopsonweb Usa2troops.net
The Wisconsin BBB has discovered the following information about Work 4 Troops:
- The company is not located at 121 West Jefferson Street in Spring Green, WI; it is the address of a local barbershop.
- It is not registered with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, or the IRS, to do business in Wisconsin, as required by law.
- The company is not registered with the Department of Defense to offer troop support.
- Work 4 Troops asserts that support packages can not be mailed via FedEx or USPS.
- The company sends packages to the consumer, and asks that the consumer repackages the items for troops. In return, the consumer would receive $20 for each package shipped. However, consumers report that the company also asks for the consumers personal bank account information in oreder to receive payments, or assist in "payroll processing."
The BBB reminds consumers to never hand out their personal information to unknown entities, and that, contrary to company claims, you can send support packages via USPS.
To view a list of charities that have been vetted by the Department of Defense, and approved for sending packages to support US troops, please visit www.ourmilitary.mil