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How the complaint process works on nonono.com?

Do you have a product complaint or an issue with a refund, return or something else? And you can't get through the National Grid complaint line to the National Grid help center?

Here's how you can escalate your issue:

File a complaint here on nonono.com for $9 We publish your complaint AND deliver it to the National Grid escalations department If National Grid doesn't get back to you within 3 days, you'll get a 100% refund

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What is No No No?

No No No is a consumer advocacy website that helps consumers file and resolve complaints with National Grid.

Our mission is to improve the relationship between businesses and consumers and to advocate for transparency.

If you need to resolve an issue with National Grid, you can file a public complaint on No No No and we will deliver your complaint to National Grid and ask them to resolve your issue. In return, after you have had your complaint resolved, we will ask you to write a resolution review based on the outcome of the resolution.

The reason we are operating this way is that a) it incentivizes National Grid to resolve your issue and b) your resolution review help other consumers more than 'regular reviews' that do not tell the whole story. It is the outcome that matters, right?

What is No No No?

No No No is a consumer advocacy website that helps consumers file and resolve complaints with National Grid.

Our mission is to improve the relationship between businesses and consumers and to advocate for transparency.

If you need to resolve an issue with National Grid Corporate, you can file a public complaint on No No No and we will deliver your complaint to National Grid and ask them to resolve your issue. In return, after you have had your complaint resolved, we will ask you to write a resolution review based on the outcome of the resolution.

The reason we are operating this way is that a) it incentivizes National Grid to resolve your issue and b) your resolution review help other consumers more than 'regular reviews' that do not tell the whole story.

It is the outcome that matters, right?