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A complaint form is written documentation about issues that individuals want to dispute. They can be written regarding a vast majority of things, such as legal matters, employees or consumer events. More »

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While the method for filling out a customer complaint form may vary between companies, most involve identifying yourself and explaining the nature of your complaint in detail before submitting it to the company. Some bus... More »

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Consumer fraud should first be reported to local or state law enforcement, notes the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. This organization provides a comprehensive list of federal agencies to which people can report ... More »

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Individuals writing a credit report dispute letter must state what information is inaccurate in their credit reports, explain why and provide documentation to support their position. They also must ask the credit reporti... More »

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To write a letter to the IRS, address the particular topic, provide supporting documentation or references, outline your issue in detail, format appropriately and sign the letter, advises Success Tax Relief. Letters to t... More »

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