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20-1-2017 10:25 am  #1


Making a complaint

https://www.resolver.co.uk/

Apparently resolver is a new online way of making a complaints. Not just about court but many things.
Eg..
Make a account,
Select public services at top
Scroll down (for example Kinston upon Hull Magistrates Court)
Select start your complaint

Have been told that it can be used for making a claim for cost for example, a delayed case.

Also noticed Border Force is at the top. This would be good as i have noticed people have trouble getting in touch/getting there compensation!!


 

Last edited by thebourne (20-1-2017 10:26 am)

 

20-1-2017 4:14 pm  #2


Re: Making a complaint

When making a complaint against authorities, I would always recommend emailing a cover letter and copy to your MP.

Supposedly they have a right of fast-tracking to gov depts should the need arise. Unfortunately does not guarantee a fast track reply........


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