I have been a BNI chapter member in NH for 2 months. BNI has failed me by neglect of policies within my chapter. I am looking to have my nonrefundable fees refunded and leave the organization, due to negligence on BNI part and NOT by personal choice.
I would try discussing the matter with them directly, if you have not already tried to do so. Negotiation and settlement are often preferable to litigation. Also, be careful about naming companies or individuals in an online forum. The opposing party can potentially see these posts and use them in court. If you still think you need legal advice after trying to resolve the issue through conversation, the New Hampshire Bar Association has some referral services that may be available to you at http://nhbar.org.
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