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BBB Bureau Briefs: Consumer trust

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WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

The Better Business Bureau stopped by Newschannel 6 at Noon on Monday to talk about consumers' trust. 

The BBB's motto is 'Start With Trust' and earlier this year officials asked themselves if consumers follow that motto when dealing with a business for the first time, or if trust must be earned. 

The BBB partnered with a survey company and asked consumers questions about their level of trust with businesses. 

Cosme Ojeda with the BBB explains the results in the video above. 

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