Complaint.TV Launches Free Service to Fight Consumer Fraud

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Complaint.TV (http://www.complaint.tv), a free consumer service has just launched. The site gives the public a fast and easy way to report customer fraud directly to the local television news stations.

A consumer’s voice can spread far on the internet. The power of consumer blogs and review sites is growing each year as more and more people get online

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Consumers who have been victims of fraud and consumer scams now have a quick and easy tool to expose consumer predators directly to the local television news action teams in their area. The site, called Complaint.TV (http://www.complaint.tv), recently launched to provide consumers with a free service to get their voices heard, both on the Internet and in the media.

"TV news reporters have the ability to alert the consumer masses of scams before they hit the mainstream. Our service streamlines the process and allows consumers to alert multiple news media outlets the minute their story is submitted. So the real threats can be squashed before they get any momentum," says Max Spankie, founder of Complaint.TV.

Along with alerting local TV news stations about potential consumer threats, Complaint.TV also publishes the consumer’s story on their website to further alert the online community.

"A consumer’s voice can spread far on the internet. The power of consumer blogs and review sites is growing each year as more and more people get online," adds Spankie. Complaint.TV also makes sure the stories get exposure to all the major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN.

About Complaint.TV:
Complaint.TV is the latest free service to be offered by the online consumer advocacy group My3cents, LLC. My3cents, founded in 2000, has helped millions of consumers get their voice heard over the years through their online forum at http://www.my3cents.com.

Contact:
Sam Stephenson
Director of Public Relations
My3cents, LLC
847-809-2988
http://www.my3cents.com

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