Landlords, Investors, and Real Estate Contractors – Made the AG’s 2014 Top 10 Consumer Complaints.

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Today the Michigan Attorney General’s office issued a press release – “Top Ten Consumer Complaints” – check it out here

The State of Michigan Attorney General office’s consumer protection division provides consumers a forum to issue complaints against businesses that may have engaged in deceptive and unfair business practices against consumers.

The AG’s office made a list of the top ten most complained about industries in 2014 by consumers –  the list was made by “analyzing the more than 10,500 written complaints filed with the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection team in 2014.” On that list were:

  • Landlords,
  • Property Owners, and
  • Contractors.

Some of these consumer complaints very well may be against businesses that are actually committing “unfair” practices. However, complaints are also made against businesses for a variety of other reasons – in my practice I have seen a “breakdown in communication” as the biggest cause of such…

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