Good Ideas for Good Causes
7 years in business
HeadquartersPO Box 8101
Columbus, OH 43201-0101
Additional Phone Numbers
- (863) 271-0978
Additional Email Addresses
Find a Location
- Mr. Luke Montgomery
- Promotional Products - Wearable
- BBB Tips for Online Shopping Know the Website. Before ordering any merchandise, check the URL link to make sure it starts with “https://” (the ‘s’ means it is secure). Also look for a small padlock icon u...
BBB Tips for Online Shopping
Know the Website. Before ordering any merchandise, check the URL link to make sure it starts with “https://” (the ‘s’ means it is secure). Also look for a small padlock icon usually located at the corner of the URL bar. These symbols tell shoppers that a website is secure. Make sure to confirm the address and phone number of the online business in case there are any issues contacting them.
Read and Compare. When buying a product, read the whole description including the fine print. It is important to understand the details of the product being purchased so there are no surprises when it’s delivered. Check competitor prices to guarantee the lowest price. There are many online resources that allow the comparison of products and offer coupon codes to get a better deal. Check the Return Policy. Read the return policy to see if the business allows a full refund if the customer is not happy with the product. Review the policy to see who pays for the cost of shipping and handling for the return.
Choose the Correct Payment Method. Always pay with a credit card when shopping online. A purchase with a credit card is protected under the Fair Credit Billing Act. This allows customers to briefly hold payment while a problem is reviewed and resolved. This act also protects customers in the event that credit card information is stolen and used without permission. Make sure to print the receipts and product information of any online purchases to prevent incorrect charges.
In the Event of Online Fraud. If there is a problem with a purchase or business, complaints can be filed with the Better Business Bureau to help resolve the issue. The Federal Trade Commission also handles complaints at www.ftc.gov/complaint.
- The founder of Good Ideas for Good Causes, Luke Montgomery, is also a principal of DeportRacism.com PAC. BBB maintains a separate BBB Business Review of DeportRacism.com PAC.
Alternate Business Names
- Legalize Love
- STR8 Against H8!
Refund & Exchange Policy:FTC tips on disputing a billing error on your credit card:
Write to the credit card issuer at the address for "billing inquiries," not the address for sending your payments (the address for billing inquiries is often found on the back of your most recent monthly statement); include your name, address, account number and a description of the billing error.
Send your letter so that it reaches the credit card issuer within 60 days after the first bill containing the error was mailed to you.
Send your letter by certified mail, return receipt requested, so you have proof of what the credit card issuer received.
Include copies (not originals) of sales slips or other documents that support your position.
Keep a copy of your dispute letter. It is important to send the letter to the correct company. In the case of Visa and MasterCard, you should send it to the bank that issued the card.The credit card issuer must acknowledge your complaint in writing within 30 days after receiving it, unless the problem has already been resolved. And the credit card issuer must resolve the dispute within two billing cycles (but not more than 90 days) after receiving your letter.
The consumer protections for a debit card fall under the Electronic Fund Transfer Act and may differ from protections for a credit card under the FCBA. So you may not be able to dispute a debit and get a refund for nondelivery or late delivery. Still, some debit card issuers voluntarily offer protections and solutions to problems like the failure to receive merchandise bought with a debit card. Contact your debit card issuer for more information about particular policies and protection.
More FTC tips
Pattern of ComplaintThis company has a pattern of customer complaints alleging merchandise ordered and paid for is not received.
On August 8th and August 26th, 2013, BBB emailed Good Ideas for Good Causes requesting their voluntary cooperation in resolving complaints on file with BBB and providing steps it will implement to eliminate the underlying cause of the pattern of customer complaints.
On August 30, 2013, Luke Montgomery reached out to BBB. he indicated h... Read More
AlertThis company's business practices resulted in a BBB News Release titled "BBB Warning – Consumers Find That “Good Ideas for Good Causes” Fails to Follow Through that can be viewed by clicking here: http://www.bbb.org/centralohio/news-events/bbb-warnings/2014/08/bbb-warning-consumers-find-that-good-ideas-for-good-causes-fails-to-follow-through/
Good Ideas for Good Causes sells t-shirts and other promotional merchandise on their website at: www.fckh8.com. BBB corresponds with them by email. Typically BBBs process complaints on businesses located in their service area. In this instance, BBB Serving Central Ohio is handling complaints because they use a Central Ohio address on their website.
At http://h8sux.com/help it states: "Where is H8SUX.com located? The H8SUX.com marketing and production team is based in San Francisco, California. The business office is located in Troy, Michigan. The T-Shirt warehouse is in Columbus, Ohio."
And at https://h8sux.3dcartstores.com/crm.asp?action=contactus it states: "Shipping Warehouse, 31 E 5th Ave, OH. 43201 Phone:(704) 75-H8SUX"
BBB Reason for Ratings
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BBB reports on known significant government actions involving the business's marketplace conduct.
Out of Business
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Misuse of Better Business Bureau Name/Logo
BBB reports on unauthorized use of the Better Business Bureau's name and/or logo for as long as the business continues to use it in any advertising, or for one year after the business ceases any repeated unauthorized uses.
BBB reports on a business’s bankruptcy as long as the business remains in bankruptcy.
BBB reports when mail sent to the business was returned by the Postal Service.