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On its website, the 105 year old nonprofit organization said that its files indicate that Big Baller Brand “has a pattern of complaints,” specifically that many customers have had to wait “weeks or even months to receive their order.” Some customers, according to theBetter Business Bureau, have alleged that they have received the wrong merchandise or even nothing at all, and that it has been extremely difficult to contact Ball’s company.[Dick Vitale, NBA coach rip LaVar Ball, ESPN, but Lakers Coach Luke Walton cracks a joke]TheBetter Business Bureau itself has been unable to communicate with Big Baller Brand,with Blair Looney, the CEO of theorganization’s Central California arm, telling TMZ Sportson Monday that his bureau “reached out” to the sports apparel companyin November and December to “help resolve these issues on behalf of the consumers who have filed the complaints.” Looney said, “As of today, they have not responded to any of the Better Business Bureau’s requests on any of these complaints.”In a text message relayed by ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Ball played down the complaints, as well as the organization fielding them.”Better Business Bureau is as outdated as the Yellow Pages,” Ball told Rovell. “Who cares about them?”Tell them that Yelp has replaced the Better Business Bureau. We honestly thought the Better Business Bureau was out of business.
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