Why is this company using my home address in its advertisements?

Stefanie Rembiszewski offers violin lessons via the music company Taylor Robinson at their request — and then discovers her home address listed as a business location in online directories. Her mailbox begins filling up with the company’s mail. Someone even rings her doorbell to inquire about lessons. Can we help her take back her home address?

Why didn’t I get the AT&T discount that I was promised?

When Suzan French wants to add her daughter to her family mobile phone account, an AT&T representative promises that it won’t cost any more than she’s already paying. But once she makes the change, her AT&T bills go up by $10 per month. Can our advocates help French get this additional amount to go away?

We love a happy ending

When James Davies and his wife return from a trip to a house that smells of rotten food, they call Sears for the third time in two years for help with their Kenmore appliance. This time, they want a replacement instead of another repair, and the company’s customer service staff refuses. So Davies hits the web.

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