If a business has been verified by the B.A.M. Market, it means the B.A.M. Market has determined that the business meets verification standards, which includes being a business that is at least 50% Black-owned. The B.A.M. Market verified companies pay a fee for verification services, monitoring for continued compliance, and support of The B.A.M. Market verification services to the public.
Businesses based in the United States that meet The B.A.M. Market verification standards and complete all application procedures will be verified by The B.A.M. Market.
The B.A.M. Market verification does not mean that the business’s products or services have been evaluated or endorsed by The B.A.M. Market, or that The B.A.M Market has evaluated the business’ product quality or competency in performing services.
Businesses are under no obligation to seek The B.A.M. Market verification, and some businesses are not verified because they have not sought The B.A.M. Market verification.
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