What to do when it all goes wrong...
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|Wed, 06-04-2008 - 9:48am|
Your project is paid for. There are numerous quality issues, your complaints are going unanswered, the installer will not come back, and your calls are getting you nowhere.Do you have any recourse?
Calling an attorney is a last resort. I believe you will discover that you will have to pay the attorney's fees no matter what happens. It is entirely possible you will spend thousands of dollars to get the same results as that you might do on your own by becoming the squeaky wheel that ultimately gets the grease.
Start by contacting your local Better Business Bureau to see if the national home center is obligated to enter into arbitration. Then contact the headquarters of the home center, fill out online complaint forms at their website, contact any local consumer reporters at your media outlets, visit websites where consumer complaints are lodged, etc. In other words, don't look like a doormat or otherwise you will become one.
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