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BBB records show the issues raised in the complaint have been resolved. Either customer confirmed the complaint has been resolved, or business confirmed the complaint has been resolved and customer did not respond to BBB correspondence informing customer that complaint will be considered resolved unless BBB hears otherwise from customer.
BBB found business made good faith effort to resolve complaint but customer not satisfied with business response
BBB found that business adequately addressed the disputed issues and made a good faith effort to resolve them; however, customer has informed BBB that he/she is not satisfied with the outcome. In some cases, business may have agreed to mediate or arbitrate the complaint but customer declined to participate in mediation/arbitration.
Customer not satisfied with business response; BBB did not find business made good faith effort to resolve complaint
BBB did not find that business adequately addressed the disputed issues and made a good faith effort to resolve them, and customer has informed BBB that he/she is not satisfied with the outcome. In some cases, customer may have agreed to mediate or arbitrate the complaint but business declined to participate in mediation/arbitration.
BBB did not receive a response from business
BBB did not receive a response from business after two attempts to contact business, and BBB communications with customer do not show that business contacted customer to resolve the complaint.
BBB cannot process complaint
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The information in the table below represents an industry comparison of businesses
which are of the same relative size. This is based on BBB's database of businesses
located in Metro Washington, DC and Eastern Pennsylvania.
Businesses may engage in more than one type of business. This comparison does not account for the
length of time the businesses have been operational. There is no known industry
standard for the number of complaints a business can expect. The volume of business
and number of transactions may have a bearing on the number of complaints received
by the BBB.
# of businesses with NO complaints in the past 36 months
# of businesses with 1-4 complaints in the past 36 months
Brickerville Motors is in this range.
# of businesses with 5-25 complaints in the past 36 months
# of businesses with 26-99 complaints in the past 36 months
# of businesses with 100 or more complaints in the past 36 months
Total # of same relative size businesses in the BBB database in this type of business