How to File Pizza Hut Complaints in No Time

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Easily File Pizza Hut Complaints

Going to a restaurant should be an enjoyable experience for you, your family, and your friends. If it isn't, and there is a serious issue that has caused you to any type of illness or injury, you can complain. Filing or complaints against any other business, can help you get the satisfaction you deserve.

While it is best to start your process with the company itself, sometimes customer service lines are less than helpful when you have a problem. In cases where you cannot get your complaint taken seriously, you can always take your complaint one step further to small claims court. If you have never filed a small claims case before, DoNotPay can help.

How to Contact Pizza Hut

When you have a serious complaint against a company, the first place you should always start is with the company itself. If you have a complaint about an issue with your , you should contact customer service through the corporate offices.

The table below provides some contact information you can use to make a complaint to Pizza Hut.

CompanyPizza Hut
Corporate headquarters mailing address14841 Dallas Parkway

Dallas, Texas 75254

Phone number1-800-948-8488
Online contact form

How to File a Complaint Against Pizza Hut

If you have tried to contact Pizza Hut to lodge a complaint but haven't received the response that you hoped for, there are other ways to get a complaint heard. In some cases, it can be as easy as telling your story on social media or with entities such as the Better Business Bureau.

Social Media

If reaching out to the company through traditional means didn't work to your satisfaction, you can try the company's social media. Pizza Hut has a social media presence on:

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • And Twitter

You can use social media to tell your story while tagging the company so they can see what you have to say. Sometimes, this can get you a faster response than the company's feedback form.

Better Business Bureau

Businesses of all types can be monitored by the BBB to make sure customers are getting satisfactory service. Filing a complaint with the BBB often focuses on the specific location in which the person complains about, but can still be helpful to make changes throughout the chain of restaurants.

State Consumer and Health Departments

When it comes to restaurants, if your complaint is that you fell ill by eating the food the restaurant prepared, you can file a Food Illness or Injury Complaint through your state's consumer or health departments and then their officials will conduct an investigation of that particular location. You can start this process with an internet search for your local Public Health agency.

Taking Pizza Hut to Small Claims Court for Unresolved Issues

A serious matter deserves a serious response. If you are not satisfied with the response you have received from about your complaint, you can always choose to escalate the matter to court. Small claims court will provide you with an avenue to get compensation and also to get policy changed if your situation is part of a pattern of poor business practices.

To start the process of suing Pizza Hut, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Choose the right defendant to name (businesses should be named by the parent company, not the individual location
  2. Write a demand letter and send it to the company at least 15 days before you intend to file
  3. Gather evidence of your situation to take to court
  4. File the necessary paperwork at the courthouse, including the amount you want to send demand letters to for (small claims are capped at $10,000)
  5. Show up at your assigned court date and present your case

How to Send Demand Letters To in Small Claims Court with DoNotPay

Sometimes complaining to the company directly or taking the matter to entities such as the BBB still doesn't resolve your issue. In those cases, you may want to escalate your complaint to small claims court.

Here's how to start a small claims lawsuit against Pizza Hut with DoNotPay:

  1. Log-in to DoNotPay and select the Complaint Letters product.

  2. Tell us how much you are owed by the company, if applicable.

  3. Select the reason for your lawsuit.

  4. Provide details about why you're filing the lawsuit including photographic proof and other important information.

Filing a lawsuit can be a tedious process, but with DoNotPay, you will be able to take the right steps and get the process started.

Providing a Path to Compensation with DoNotPay

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