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Massachusetts has a statute that specifically enables the Attorney General and consumers to take legal action against unfair or deceptive conduct in the marketplace, called Massachusetts Consumer Protection law, Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 93A.
If you are not satisfied with a product or a service that you received, there may be ways for you to resolve your issue.
If you are unable to resolve a complaint with a merchant informally, then you may decide to take legal action.
If you are unable to resolve your complaint through self-help or local consumer group mediation, you may wish to use Small Claims Court.
When a retail store files for bankruptcy, the consumer becomes a creditor.
Scams come in many variations. However, the unifying theme is that they all contain a dishonest attempt to steal money or something of value from you.

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