He did not return the blow, or complain to
the doctor; he only looked at me wickedly, and said: "I'll be even with you for that, some of these days.
She told BBC News she'd tried to complain to
a member of train staff over a mix-up which led to passengers being forced to move carriages in a packed train.
They didn't know who to complain to
, so they complained to me.
your local authority if you're not happy with how your complaint in dealt with.
found that 34 per cent of people who experienced a problem with public services in the past year did not complain, with 35 per cent of them not knowing who to complain to
and 39 per cent reasoning that it would not be worth the effort.
executive director, said: "Consumers are completely fed up with nuisance calls but often they don't know who to complain to
, or they think nothing will happen if they do.
I CAN sympathise with Gavin O'Donnell about trying to complain to
the council and not getting any replies ("Binmen 'leave rubbish strewn across street'", January 18).
People were most likely to complain to
the ombudsman about banking and credit products.
Terry-Anne says it is important to complain to
improve services for others - and that applies to Teesside's health services.
The handling of complaints takes too long, people are not always sure who to complain to
and there is a lack of learning across the NHS when things go wrong, it said.
If at all possible, you should take notes as soon as possible after you realize you are in a situation where you may want to complain to
Don't complain to
me about this place, the unmotivated, cynical employee says; "I just work here.
Instead of lauding the victor, taxpayers should be encouraged to complain to
the bid team and the judges to ask them why Birmingham was stuffed.
Now everything is in your hands and in the future you can complain to
I have told her that I'm not the person to complain to
, but that does not stop her.