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Consumer Complaint Letter

Consumer Complaint Letter

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated May 6, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

This letter is used to communicate with a business that you have a complaint regarding their products or services.

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Document Overview

It is important to try to resolve a problem with a business first before seeking help from a consumer protection agency. This letter is a low impact medium of contacting a business about an issue. 

Use this Consumer Complaint Letter if:

  • You wish to complain to a business about an issue you have
  • You want to request a business to resolve a problem you have with their products or services
  • You want to provide a time-frame for the business to respond in

What does this Consumer Complaint Lettercover?

  • The problem that you experienced as a consumer 
  • The resolution required by the business to solve the problem
  • A time frame for the business to respond within

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