recently filed a consumer complaint with our office regarding Sqigle
Inc. As of today’s date, Sqigle Inc has not responded to your complaint.
informal complaint resolution process is a voluntary, informal process
intended to facilitate communication between consumers and businesses to
assist in resolving complaints. Through this process we act as a
neutral third party. If a business refuses to respond or to make an
adjustment, we cannot compel them to do so. We have completed our
informal complaint resolution process and have closed your complaint.
Attorney General’s Office monitors consumer complaints for unfair or
deceptive trade practices that may warrant further attention. Even
though the Consumer Resource Center closed your complaint, the complaint
file is retained in our complaint database. Consumer complaints assist
us in identifying possible patterns and practices that may warrant
further action by our office. We may still open a formal investigation
or take enforcement action against Sqigle Inc pursuant to the Consumer
Protection Act at any time if the facts and circumstances indicate that
further action is warranted.
regret that we were unable to assist in resolving your complaint
regarding Sqigle Inc. If you would like to pursue the matter further,
you may wish to contact a private attorney. The
Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) offers research tools to locate
private attorneys in your area by offering listings for each County Bar
Association. You may access the County Bar Association listing on the
WSBA website at http://www.wsba.org/Legal-Community/County-Bar-Associations.
you cannot afford an attorney, and have a non-criminal legal problem,
you may qualify for assistance from the NW Justice Project’s CLEAR
Coordinated Legal Advice. They may be reached Toll Free at 1-888-201-1014 or online at the following website: http://www.nwjustice.org/about_njp/clear.html. In addition, if you are 60 years old or over, you may call CLEAR SENIOR at 1-888-387-7111 regardless of income.
note that consumer complaints, including responses, are public records
and are available to the public for copying or inspection in compliance
with the Washington State Public Records Act, RCW 42.56.
hope this information is helpful. If you have questions or would like
to submit additional information regarding this complaint, our email
address is CRCComplaints@ATG.WA.GOV. Please include the complaint number given above on any complaint correspondence.
SARAH E. LAYCOCK
Consumer Protection Division
1-800-551-4636 for in-state callers
1-206-464-6684 for out-of-state callers