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RIM Trust Marks: More the Marks, Better the Trust

Dealing with a trusted business in the scrap industry is very important to avoid SCAMS and Frauds. RIM authenticates businesses with Trust Marks based on numerous factors and grades them accordingly. RIM Trust Marks are calculated for a total of 200 marks. RIM now provides an opportunity to do a safe trade with the help of trust marks by doing a rigorous background check. Trust marks will express the authenticity or suspicious nature of any scrap trader registered with RIM. Higher the trust marks, better the level of trust.

The following are the major factors for awarding Trust Marks.

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Past Trade History
  • Years in Business
  • Number of Employees/Locations
  • Membership in BIR/ISRI and other Trusted Regulatory Bodies
  • Verified Bank Ac. Payment Processing
  • Awards and Accolades
  • Business Done through RIM
  • Volume of Trade
  • Feedbacks from A&V members
  • Chamber of Commerce, Hoovers, DNB etc.

Is there a Fee for Trust Mark?

No, we do not charge a fee for Trust Marks. Trust Marks are done by an Independent team and do not depend on your membership fee. The background verification is done without any bias and with 100% transparency. However this facility is only for Premium and Ultimate members.

How long will it take for the Trust Mark process?

It varies from 2 weeks to a month depending on the region of your business. If you supply the required details and documents in time, then the process will take hardly 15 days.

I have an A&V certificate from Alibaba or similar portal, Can I submit that?

Yes, You can. We will verify that and add value to your Trust Marks. That will ensure a fast process of your Trust Marks.

** Liability Disclaimer

RIM does not recommend or encourage to do trade with members having trust marks and the information has been provided by the respective business and data collected from various sources. We highly recommend you to contact RIM before doing any financial transactions for more information.