UCC Accreditation Procedures
- Complete the UCC online registration form.
- Login to your UCC account and apply for UCC Accreditation.
- Complete the UCC application form and upload a copy of your company's Terms and Conditions or business description by pasting it on the form provided. The Accreditation Committee will then review your application. If your business meets UCC Accreditation standards you will be informed by our representative via email or phone. (Note: The accreditation review process usually takes 1-2 business days after submission of your application.)
- Payment Process. You can choose the payment method you prefer from the following: credit card; e-bullion; U-GotCash, bank wire; money order; direct deposit or ACH (for ACH you will need to register with U-GotCash).
- Issuance of the UCC Accreditation seal. You will receive an email confirmation regarding your accreditation with the instructions on how to embed the UCC seal generated code on your website.
UCC Accreditation Requirements
To bear the 5 Star UCC accreditation seal, businesses are required to:
- Become a member of the United Chambers of Commerce;
- Provide information regarding how long the company has been in business, company address and contact number where the business operates. This will be verified by UCC.
- A lawful registered existing business preferably with a registered domain name system (exceptions will be considered if a new business is considered a division of an existing business);
- Have a reasonable complaint handling record with UCC;
- Abide by UCC Accreditation Standards
- Provide full disclosure of your company's Terms and Conditions, including dispute resolution agreement.
All UCC accredited companies are United Chambers of Commerce members.
Please be reminded that a company's accreditation in UCC is not assurance of product or service satisfaction. UCC accreditation neither having adequate complaint handling records with UCC does not suggest that companies have never experienced nor they won't experience complaints in the future.
United Chambers of Commerce does not warrant any company's performance upon its membership or accreditation, nor does it endorse any company, product or service. UCC Accredited members have agreed to meet our requirements, including resolving customer disputes through the United Chambers of Commerce dispute resolution process.
Please be aware a company's UCC accreditation is not a guarantee nor endorsement of a particular product or service, nor does it guarantee future performance. UCC also does not guarantee that accredited companies will not have customer complaints in the future.