101+ Complaint Letters That Get Results, 2E by Janet Rubel
Resolve Common Disputes Quickly and Easily

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Do You Want Immediate Action?

Nothing motivates a company faster than a well-written complaint. Sure, a phone call can sometimes work-but how many people did you have to speak to first and how long were you on hold? 101+ Complaint Letters That Get Results tells you what you need to say, shows you how to say it and gets you the satisfaction you deserve.

With over 101 sample letters, many common concerns are covered, including the following.
--Did your car salesman try to take you for a ride?
--Is your insurance company refusing to pay a bill?
--Are you finding errors on your credit card statements?
--Is someone else using your identity?
--Has your child been bullied in school?
--Were you bumped from a flight without appropriate compensation?

Most importantly, you will learn how to write an effective complaint letter for any situation. 101+ Complaint Letters That Get Results will put money back in your pocket and get you the satisfaction you deserve.

About Janet Rubel

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Janet Rubel is an Illinois attorney. She is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent School of Law. Ms. Rubel has been an adjunct faculty member at Harper College teaching probate law for paralegals, and at John Marshall Law School teaching advanced appellate practice. She has been practicing law for more years than she cares to admit.Ms. Rubel has won some notable cases in the Illinois Appellate Court that have attracted national attention. She convinced the Illinois Appellate Court to rule that attorneys who sexually preyed on their vulnerable clients is unethical in Marriage of Kantar. She took the seemingly hopeless case of a woman whose divorce attorney initiated a sexual relationship with her during her divorce. This was the first time the Illinois appellate court addressed this type of problem.Another Illinois case of note won by the author-Greiman v. Friedman-is a post-divorce case limiting the college education expenses a divorced parent is required to pay. She represented a father who was ordered to pay college expenses for his two daughters. Ms. Rubel persuaded the Illinois Appellate Court to limit the father's financial obligations.Ms. Rubel is a frequent guest on radio and television programs across the country, including Ask Heloise radio program, Open House on CNN, as well as numerous early morning news programs. She has driven through a blinding snowstorm to do the Fox morning news show in Milwaukee, alongside the Milwaukee Brewers' racing sausages. Coping with these developments was never taught in law school.Her advice on how to complain effectively has appeared in Parents Magazine, AARP Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, and Parenting Magazine.Visit her website at www.101complaints.com.
Published September 1, 2006 by Sphinx Publishing. 304 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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