Ball's Big Baller Brand gets poor rating from Better Business Bureau

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LaVar Ball (L), father of basketball player LiAngelo Ball and the owner of the Big Baller brand, attends a promotional event in Hong Kong on November 14, 2017. UCLA players LiAngelo Ball -- the younger brother of Los Angeles Lakers rookie star Lonzo Ball -- and teammates Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were arrested on November 7 in Hangzhou ahead of their regular-season-opening game against Georgia Tech in nearby Shanghai this past weekend. ESPN reported that they were nabbed on suspicion of stealing from a Louis Vuitton store and later freed on bail but ordered to remain in Hangzhou. / AFP PHOTO / Anthony WALLACE
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LaVar Ball's BBB isn't up to par in the eyes of the original BBB.

The Better Business Bureau has given Big Baller Brand apparel company an "F" rating, it's lowest possible grade. A cursory visit to the bureau's review and complaints section finds several negative accounts of the company.

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"This is very definitely substandard normal business practices for anybody," Better Business Bureau of Central California CEO Blair Looney told TMZ. "As a result of the repeat pattern of complaints, the volume of complaints, Big Baller now has an F rating with the BBB, which is the lowest rating possible in the BBB system."