Bell Canada Upgrades AICPA WebTrust

Communications giant Bell Canada has decided to upgrade its WebTrust program to Version 2.0, the newest format for the electronic verification program developed by the American Institute of CPAs.

Enhancements to the new version includes principles and criteria for privacy protection, and resolving any customer or client problems. WebTrust actually was developed both by the AICPA and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Public Accountants (CICA).

The upgrade by Bell Canada also marks the first telecommunications company to employ the WebTrust seal. Bell Canada believes customer integrity and understanding of WebTrust helps increase confidence and, ultimately, business.

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