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Better Business Bureau releases complaint statistics for 2017

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You might want to first check who you're doing business with. 

The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota has released top ten lists of the industries with the most complaints during 2017. 

Out of nearly 16,650 complaints filed last year, new car dealers received the most complaints, followed by newspapers, used car dealers, property management, and construction and remodeling services. 

In terms of inquiries, meaning how many times consumers access business profiles for more information, people were most curious about pillows, followed by general contractors, mail order and catalog shopping, construction and remodeling services, and roofing contractors. 

Here are the complete top ten lists from the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota: 

Top Ten Industries by Volume of Complaints: 

1.Auto Dealers (New)

2. Newspapers 

3. Auto Dealers (Used)

4. Property Management

5. Construction & Remodeling Services

6. Banks

7. Contractors - General

8. Restaurants

9. Auto Repair and Service

10. Roofing Contractors

Top Ten Industries by Consumer Inquiries: 

1. Pillows

2. Contractors - General

3. Mail Order and Catalog Shopping

4. Construction and Remodeling Services

5. Roofing Contractors

6. Financial Consultants

7. Collection Agencies

8. Property Management

9. Checks - Printing

10. Plumbers
 

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