Resource List for Complaints

Got a complaint and not sure who to complain to? We've done the work and found out for you! Thanks to JW and her help. Here is our complaint resource guide, that is still in the early stages. More will be added as time allows.

Federal Trade Commission

FTC is a federal organization set up to protect consumers. 
With input from consumers and the public the FTC can help prevent fraud, deception, and unfair business practices in the marketplace.

With Input from consumers and the public the FTC can help prevent anticompetitive mergers and other anticompetitive business practices in the marketplace.

To learn more about the FTC click here

To file a complaint follow this link Federal Trade Commission Complaint Link

Better Business Bureau

The Better Business Bureau operates within Canada and the United States. It is an institute dedicated to "fostering honest and responsive relationships between businesses and consumers, instilling consumer confidence and contributing to a trustworthy marketplace for all."
One can locate a business within the Better Business Bureau site and read reviews, educate themselves on what other consumers are saying and submit complaints about company operations etc.
To submit your complaint about a business, start here

Consumer Complaint Forms ~ Contact your local Attorney General's Office ~

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  1. Here are a few to get started....



    I can't figure out how to get the links active, but maybe someone else can tell me. :)

    1. Janie

      Normally, the Attorney General's Office of each state is a good place to initially file a complaint. I have filed several complaints, and PS was one of the companies. The state will send a letter to the company, and give them a certain time to respond. They will keep you posted.

      The Feds are so bogged down with MLM complaints, they usually refer to the state unless the issue is complicated. So, you may want to include the AGO of the state in which the complaint occurs to your complaint contact list.

  2. Good point and thank you! I truly feel the louder we speak to as many places as we can, it will help others from enduring the nightmare I did. There's many places you can share your voice... several listed here: