Friday, November 04, 2005

The Middle Finger

The office of the Attorney General for the State of Illinois sent me this little ditty:

Dear XXXX:

The consumer protection division of the office of the Attorney General has received your consumer complaint. A copy of your complaint has been forwarded to the above named business for their review and response,

The business may contact you about a possible settlement after they receive our letter. We encourage you to consider any reasonable offer. If the business responds directly to our office, a copy of their response will be mailed to you.

This is an informal meditation process. We are unable to represent private citizens in legal disputes.

Please direct all correspondence to my attention, Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Division, 100 West Randolph Street Chicago, IL 60601. Please reference your file number on all correspondence.


Attorney General
State of Illinois

Everyone please take note, you have more protections in the State of Illinois if you buy a crappy car than if the roof over your head is dangerous. I just got told to fuck myself from the AG's office.

Apparently my developer has done nothing wrong in the eyes of the State of Illinois.

I can hear the bullshit now, "It's not that we're not sympathetic but your case simply doesn't fit the parameters of fraud. The statutes are very specific."


The crusade continues.

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