Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Wedding Party Shoes Earns BBB Accreditation

This week, Wedding Party Shoes ( announced its recent accreditation by BBB serving Eastern North Carolina.  As a BBB Accredited Business, Wedding Party Shoes is dedicated to promoting trust in the marketplace.

"We are proud to have met BBB's high standards, and we are excited to be part of an organization that exists so consumers and businesses alike have an unbiased source to guide them on matters of trust," said Karen Gupton.  "We value building trust with our customers and our BBB Accreditation gives our customers confidence in our commitment to maintaining high ethical standards of conduct.

BBB Accredited Businesses must adhere to BBB's "Standards for Trust," a comprehensive set of policies, procedures and best practices representing trustworthiness in the marketplace.  The standards call for building trust, embodying integrity, advertising honestly, telling the truth, being transparent, honoring promises, being responsive and safeguarding privacy.

When dealing with a BBB Accredited Business the consumer has peace of mind knowing that they are dealing with an honest organization that is accountable to its clients.

About Wedding Party Shoes:
An online retailer since May 2007, Wedding Party Shoes offers bridal, prom and evening shoes as well as handbags and other accessories by leading industry designers such as Paradox London, Filippa Scott, Coloriffics, Touch Ups, Dyeables, Colorful Creations, Alisha Hill, Liv Parker, Elegance by Carbonneau, and Don't Footwear.

About BBB serving Eastern North Carolina:
The Better Business Bureau serving Eastern North Carolina is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit corporation serving 33 counties in Eastern North Carolina.  The organization is funded primarily by membership dues from more than 2,900 local businesses and professional firms.  The BBB promotes integrity, consumer confidence and business ethics through business self-regulation in the local marketplace.  Services provided by the BBB include, reports on companies and charitable organizations, general monitoring of advertising in the marketplace, dispute resolution services, and consumer/business education programs.  All services are provided at no cost to the public, with the occasional exception of mediation and arbitration.  Visit

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