First, I receive fixed income and I cannot afford an attorney if I need one.
Second, a Sprint Wireless store declined to help me based on a previous corporate complaint. Here is how it went: Sprint management in Executives responded to my request to waive ETF and other fees which they did. They called the store and spoke to the manager for an appointment to activate my phone to come back to Sprint. They told the Executive Office they declined to help me based on a corporate complaint. The only complaint I ever made about that store was an employee kept promising me he will get back fo me regarding a ticket status. The store manager called me and told me she will take care of it and I am always welcome to come into the store. I was informed by Executives that the stores has rights to decline customers based on complaints.
What should I do? Do I have rights for a lawsuit against the store,?
Since there is no fundamental right for you have access to any particular wireless store, and there does not appear to be a law violated, and there is no apparent discrimination against a protected class of persons it would nota appear you have any legal case against the merchant.
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