Use the links below for information on how to submit a complaint or write a bad business review. Although most website allow you to post free complaints, you are responsible for what you say. Before you share any information online you should always try to resolve your issue with company first.
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Often times customers become frustrated when a business doesn’t measure up to their standards. Whether it’s Walmart, McDonald’s, or Comcast Cable, it’s certain customer service is now more important than ever.
If you want to know how to write a negative review about a business, here’s some helpful tips and recommendations. This is not legal advice and you should always use your best judgement when creating content, blogs, or social media posts on the internet.
- Although it’s not illegal, you can get sued for defamatory remarks about a company online. We are not responsible for anything you decide to write on your complaint, it’s your business what you say on the internet. Just like YouTube comments, Tweets on Twitter, or Facebook status updates, you are on your own.
- Be truthful when writing your review, don’t exaggerate the facts. Sometimes when you are upset it’s easy to stretch the truth. Unfortunately that doesn’t do much good because it hurts the business reputation and your credibility. Be honest and upfront about what happened.
- Most companies aren’t evil and they probably would go out of their way to make things right. Before you file a complaint or write a negative review online, make sure you have done everything in your power to contact the company and given them a chance to make things right with you.