How to Complain by Helen Dewdney
the Essential Consumer's Guide to Gaining Results, Refunds and Redress

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Here is the result of over 30 years of experience from the campaigner Helen Dewdney, who sports the online persona "The Complaining Cow". Including tips, real-life examples, anecdotes and handy template letters, you are provided with the knowledge and confidence to assert your legal rights, overcome any consumer complaint hurdles and always gain redress. Discover what kind of complainer you are, how you can gain better results and how to deal with the common fob offs companies use. Get comprehensive advice on the most up to date consumer laws you could ever need, how to complain effectively, how and where to take things further when you don’t get a satisfactory response and lots of useful contacts. Faulty goods, poor service, bad advice, over charging and mis-selling; it’s all covered here. Learn how to take on supermarkets, airlines, energy and insurance companies, banks, and restaurants amongst others and get results. Read how and why she took Tesco to the small claims court and won. Never be out of pocket again! Helen Dewdney is The Complaining Cow. She champions consumer rights through a blog at She has gained recognition for her knowhow in complaining effectively, and appears on Radio 5 as an Expert, various BBC local radio and community stations, BBC Breakfast, ITV News, Rip Off Britain and in national and local press. Helen's background is in children's services and she has no legal training whatsoever, but provides advice through her blog, YouTube channel and social media demonstrating that one does not need to be a legal expert to assert your legal rights. Due to the popularity of the blog and the increased call on her time to help people having difficulty with companies, she has written this book.

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Published October 27, 2014 by The Complaining Cow.
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction