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Consumer Complaint Letter Wizard

Do you need to file a complaint about a purchase? Use this wizard as a guide.

Tips for Using the Complaint Letter Wizard

  • Before you start, it may be helpful to have receipts, work orders, billing statements, emails and any other documents related to your complaint.
  • Use the "BACK" button to edit a previous step in the wizard.
  • The "Step" links at the top of the wizard allow you to jump to a specific step in the wizard.
  • Even after you've previewed your letter in step 5, you can still make edits.
  • You can edit any text in brackets [] after you download the letter.
  • If you prefer, you can create your complaint letter using the sample complaint letter.

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