This is how we do it – at PeopleClaim.com
PeopleClaim’s website is a fast and effective way to get any complaint resolved right online. Our simple step by step process let’s you describe your complaint, add videos, images, and even documents to build a case against the “opposing party”. PeopleClaim charges a low cost of $7.95 and only keeps that money if your complaint is resolved. If your complaint does not get resolved, the whole process is completely FREE and your claim remains on our site. Check out our tips below.
Start filling out PeopleClaim’s step-by-step process – BE SPECIFIC. When describing your complaint, tell us everything you can – understand that it is not just a conversation between you and the “opposing party”. If and when your claim posts on our website for public review, you want everyone to hear the whole story about how company x really screwed you over.
Choose how you want the opposing party to receive your claim. You can choose to email it, send it by certified mail or both. Make sure that you put THEIR email and physical address, not your own (mistakes happen!)
Now it’s time to spice things up a bit. PeopleClaim offers our MAC (multiple agency complaint) option. If your complaint is not resolved, MAC sends it out to regulatory agencies, watchdog groups and bloggers adding serious leverage to your claim.
Step 4 is an important one – it harnesses the power of the Internet. Get on Facebook, twitter or any other social networking platform and share your claim with your friends and followers! In this case, the opposing party is more likely to seek resolution after seeing 55 comments on your claim from people all over the country or even the world – this is not a good rep for company x. Tell your friends to check out your claim and offer suggestions on how to solve it, it’ll be fun, we promise! Also, don’t forget to like our page on Facebook and follow us on twitter to stay up to date with all the PeopleClaim news.
When defining what your compensation or damages should be remember to be fair and accurate. You may be really pissed at company x, but if you exaggerate you might not get anywhere. Let them know how serious you actually are by being more professional than they were!