Tulsa's Better Business Bureau has a new CEO and a new outlook.
The BBB says it lost 500 businesses after the former CEO Rick Brinkley was convicted to stealing nearly $2 million from the organization over nearly 10 years.
He heads to prison this week.
New CEO Amie Mitchell says the BBB has changed all its policies and procedures and board of directors.
She wants to reassure people the BBB is committed to helping people find businesses they can trust.
"You can't buy a rating, can't buy a review,” she said. “We do our background checks and we go through everything possible to make sure these businesses are reputable and trustworthy."