YOUR QUESTION IS VERY SPECIFIC AND ANY REASONABLE ANALYSIS OF IT WOULD REQUIRE AT A MINIMUM A REVIEW OF (1) WA LAW AND (2) BUSINESS DOCUMENTS ESTABLISHING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACME AND ITS SUBCONTRACTOR AND (3) ANY DOCUMENTS/STATE LICENSES/QUALIFICATIONS THE SUBCONTRATOR MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE REGARDING ITS CERTIFICATIONS. AT LEAST TWO OF THE THREE TASKS (AND MAYBE MORE) CAN'T BE ACCOMPLISHED IN THIS KIND OF A FORUM. DEPENDING ON YOUR STANDING, RECOMMEND YOU SIT DOWN WITH A WA ATTORNEY AND HAVE A CHAT, DETERMINE IF YOU ARE THE APPROPRIATE PARTY TO RAISE SUCH AN ISSUE; IDENTIFY WHETHER YOU HAVE SUFFERED DAMAGES; DISCUSS YOUR ABILITY TO SUSTAIN A SUIT TO RECOVER LOSSES OR DAMAGES, AND DETERMINE WHAT COUSE OF ACTION BEST SUITS YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES AND DESIRES. I WISH YOU THE BEST OF LUCK.
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I agree with attorney Rafter, however, call and ask ACME for a $30.00 refund and explain why and see what they say in response?
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The prior answer is correct. This is truly a question for peer to peer. If the author of the question is an attorney I suggest becoming a member of the Washington State Association for Justice (formerly the Washington State Trial Lawyer's Association) as they have many peer to peer blog and open format sites for questions like this. The WSBA also offers such blogs for members. If this is a lay person I suggest an appointment with someone who is a member of one of those organizations.