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30 Linden Place
Red Bank, NJ 07701

Office: (732) 530-3888


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Better Business Bureau Certified

Thomas J. Clarke has recently earned the prestigious honor of being designated as a Better Business Bureau Accredited Business. The combination of his clean record with the BBB and his extensive legal service in the state of New Jersey has allowed him to achieve the highest rating from the Bureau, an A+. Tom’s superior client service embodies the eight standards that are key to trustworthy business transactions. His designation as a highly rated BBB Accredited Business speaks volumes to his personal character and his business mindset. The following is more information about the BBB’s process.

For over a century, the Better Business Bureau has served the public by providing a forum for consumers to praise and review important business transactions. The organization was founded with the vision of creating a marketplace where there is a high level of trust between buyers and sellers; to establish this marketplace, the BBB created eight Standards For Trust:

Tom's pledge to you:

  • >Build Trust:Establish and maintain a positive track record in the marketplace.
  • >Advertise Honestly: Adhere to established standards of advertising and selling.
  • >Tell the Truth: Honestly represent products and services, including clear and adequate disclosures of all material terms.
  • >Be Transparent:Openly identify the nature, location, and ownership of the business, and clearly disclose all policies, guarantees and procedures that bear on a customer’s decision to buy.
  • >Honor Promises:Abide by all written agreements and verbal representations.
  • >Be Responsive:Address marketplace disputes quickly, professionally, and in good faith.
  • >Safeguard Privacy:Protect any data collected against mishandling and fraud, collect personal information only as needed, and respect the preferences of consumers regarding the use of their information.
  • >Embody Integrity: Approach all business dealings, marketplace transactions and commitments with integrity.

With the belief that these eight standards are key for creating and maintaining trust in business, companies can earn BBB Accreditation based on how well they embody these values. Not every business is eligible to receive this honor; they must be selected or invited to join the BBB and are reviewed very carefully by the organization’s Board of Directors before being awarded membership.

Once a business has the BBB Accreditation, it is evaluated on several criteria to develop a grade ranging from A+ to F. Factors that can affect this grade include: business’ complaint history with BBB, type of business, time in business, background information on business in BBB files, failure to honor commitments to BBB, licensing and government actions known to BBB or advertising issues known to BBB. Merely earning BBB Accreditation is not enough to judge a business, so the Bureau created a scale for consumers to measure how well each business attempts to create and maintain trust in all areas of its practice. Overall, the rating system considers 16 criteria before determining a final letter grade for each business.