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1-Who can be the Target-Party?
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The Target-Party may include retail stores with bad return policies, checking & credit theft, rebate fraud or other unscrupulous business policies such as phony auto repairs, auto dealer bait-and-switch tactics, restaurants with bad service or food, corrupt government employees & politicians, opportunistic and exploiting journalists, police corruption, home builders, contractors, unethical doctors &lawyers, online stores that sell non-existent products, dead beat dads & moms, landlords & tenants, fraudulent employment & business opportunities, and individual con artists who scam consumers.
2-What is Dharna Report?
Dharna Report is the name given to submissions filed in My Grievance (Meri Iltijaa)
You can file here your complaints against any imaginable individual or organization who has treated you unfairly and request for a Redressal.
Dharna.org will follow your initial placement with auto-reminders to the Target-Party on Day 7 and Day 14 of its initiation by you.
Your complaint placed in My Grievance (Meri Iltijaa) will be automatically transferred to My Grievance Goes Public (Khuli Kachehri) on Day 21 of its initial placement, if not redressed by then.
3-What makes a good Dharna Report?
The Report should be relating an honest, factual, and impartial story. Make your statement as objective as possible.
Report both sides to the story.Submit an informative and respectable story.Reporting a false statement can get you sued.
Use any details such as names, times, places, tape recorded evidence (where legal), pictures, and witnesses statements, that will reveal the facts and support your Report.Dharna.org has provided you with the uploading of Supporting Tools like document. image, audio, video to support your claim.
4-What is Dharna Ripoff?
Dharna Report in My Grievance (Meri Iltijaa) acquires the status of Dharna Ripoff once placed in My Grievance Goes Public (Khuli Kachehri) if not redressed by Day 21 of its initial placement and is open for public participation.