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The Marketers Bureau is here to help. We'll guide you through the entire process and work with you to get it resolved.
What complaints do we handle?

Disputes that relate to marketplace issues experienced with the services or products a business provides. The Marketers Bureau reserves the right to reject complaints that use abusive or foul language.

We do not handle:
  • Employee/employer disputes;
  • Discrimination claims;
  • Matters that are/have been litigated/arbitrated;
  • Complaints against individuals not engaged in business;
  • Complaints against government agencies;
How do we handle your complaint?

Everything you submit will be forwarded to the agency within two business days. The agency will be asked to respond within 14 days, and if a response is not received, a second request will be made. You will be notified of the agency’s response when we receive it (or notified that we received no response). Complaints are usually closed within 30 business days.

Marketers Bureau accepts complaints that meet the following criteria:
  • The complaint includes the complainant’s name, a postal address, and an email address.
  • The complaint includes the business’s name and provides sufficient information to determine the business’s location.
  • The complaint seeks assistance from the Marketers Bureau.
  • The complaint is from a person (or a person’s authorized representative) or entity (business-to-business) that had a marketplace “relationship”.
  • The complaint relates to a marketplace issue. Typically, the issue complained of must have arisen within the previous 12 months (Note: guarantees or other extenuating circumstances may supersede this criteria.)
  • The complaint must allege a deficiency in the agency’s marketplace performance with regard to the services or products that the business provided or allegedly agreed to provide.
  • The complaint is not in litigation when filed with the Marketers Bureau and has not been resolved by a previous court action, arbitration, or settlement between the parties.
  • The complaint contains no abusive language.