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What To Do If You Have A Complaint

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If you think you have been victimized by an "unfair or deceptive act" or an unfair method of competition, first address your complaint to the seller, individual, or business who sold you the item or service. Address your complaint to the manager or president of the company. This will often get the results you want. If you are still unable to obtain satisfaction, you may sue the business directly and/or file a written complaint with the Consumer Protection and Antitrust Bureau of the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office. The Bureau will evaluate your complaint and advise you of what action, if any, it will take.

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Date: 
2006
Author: 
New Hampshire Bar Association

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