This Business Is Not BBB Accredited

Chicago Consumer's Checkbook Magazine

Chicago Consumer's Checkbook Magazine

(202) 347-7283

Chicago Consumer's Checkbook Magazine

42 years in business
14 W Erie St
Chicago, IL 60654-5397
Fax Numbers
  • (202) 347-4000
Additional Website Addresses
BBB File Opened: 12/17/2002
Business Started: 12/01/1974
Business Started Locally: 12/01/1974
Business Management
  • Mr. Robert Krughoff, President
Business Category
  • Business & Trade Organizations
  • Publishers - Book
  • NAICS: Business Associations

Additional Information
  • This organization has obtained 501C3 tax-exempt status through the Internal Revenue service. According to BBB policy, 501C3 organizations are usually evaluated in relation to the 20 BBB Charity Standards . This organization has not been evaluated i...
  • This organization has obtained 501C3 tax-exempt status through the Internal Revenue service. According to BBB policy, 501C3 organizations are usually evaluated in relation to the 20 BBB Charity Standards. This organization has not been evaluated in relation to these standards because of its type of business and minimal fundraising outreach and revenue. A BBB representative visited the 14 W. Erie location on 10/17/2013 and found it to be a mailing address only.

Alternate Business Names
  • Center For The Study of Services

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Chicago Consumer's Checkbook Magazine

This Business Is Not BBB Accredited

Chicago Consumer's Checkbook Magazine