If You Face Goliaths . . .
Sometimes I get pushed to the edge, but refuse to have my rights trampled upon. You may have noticed my posts have been down since Monday, I have been in diplomatic discussions with a "corporate giant" that has pushed me too far and violated my rights. Today, at 4:00 PM eastern standard time, I declared a state of war on them.
I consider myself fair and reasonable, I attempted to reach a satisfactory mutual agreement-- they caved pretty quick on two of my four bones of contention, but the other two they are slow to budge on-- so yesterday I set a deadline for today. They played games and I launched the first volley of missiles against them. I sent email and letters to the State Attorney Generals in their states and my own. I did the same with the Better Business Bureaus and the Federal Trade Commission. I will be going to Congressmen and Senators for all the States involved and may contact the Chairmen of the Federal Oversight Committees for the House and Senate.
If they don't resolve this matter by Monday, I will be suing them in Small Claims Court-- this will more than likely seal the deal.
I had an issue almost a year ago that was similar, one email to the State Attorney General and a dispute that had raged for a week was resolved in 24 hours.
You, the underdog, have more power than you realize. You just need to choose your battles and weapons carefully . . .
Here are some useful websites:
National Association of Attorney Generals
Go directly to the specific Attorney General's website and you usually find an email address
Good luck young David . . .