How to File a Wingstop Complaint in 4 Steps

Find an Easy Resolution to Your Wingstop Complaint

While you may believe filing a complaint is more trouble than it's worth, the truth is that going through with it can save you and others from the trouble of experiencing it again. Companies like to ignore issues; this is known by employees and customers alike. Even employees of the company can file a complaint and have it ignored. How can you  and get it resolved, though?

If you're not sure how to file a complaint, then DoNotPay is there to help you figure it out and to guide you through the next steps if the company decides to ignore your issue. While the service may not be a "fix-all", it certainly helps to know how to file a complaint against a company like Wingstop, Walgreens, Taco Bell, or Starbucks. 

How to Make a Complaint to Wingstop

, you'll have to contact customer support. Like most businesses, they do not have a separate complaints department. You can file a complaint over the phone or through an online form.

Ways to Contact Wingstop Customer Support
Phone Number(877) 411 - 9464
Online Contact Form

How to File a Complaint Against Wingstop

If you need to file a complaint against Wingstop, the best thing you can do is contact the BBB, FTC, or contact the state attorney in Texas. Before doing that, though, it might be a good idea to take your problem to social media. Other people might have experienced the same issue as you, so posting a complaint could get enough attention from Wingstop to finally take care of the issue. Twitter or Facebook are the platforms most likely to get a response from the company. They're extremely popular, and more Wingstop customers are likely to see your post. If nothing else, you at least gave the company one more chance to resolve the problem before taking things any further. 

To file a complaint against Wingstop:

  1. After failing to obtain a resolution from Wingstop on social media, you can go to the website of the Better Business Bureau or Federal Trade Commission to file a complaint against the company online.
  2. If filing a complaint online fails, then you can contact the Texas state attorney, the state where Wingstop's headquarters are located, and file an official complaint with the state.
  3. Finally, if nothing else works, you can take Wingstop to small claims court.

Sue Wingstop in Small Claims Court if Your Issue Is Not Resolved

Suing a company in a small claims court should be a last resort. It can be expensive, scary, and confusing to sue anyone in small claims court, even if you've done it before. Getting a lawyer for small claims court isn't quite worth it either, as the amount you can sue for typically only goes up to $10K in small claims court.

That doesn't mean taking Wingstop to court over an unresolved issue isn't worth it, though. It's likely they'll try to settle out of court, and your issue will be resolved since most companies wouldn't want a lost court case going public. It gives them a bad image, and they don't want to lose customers. Some companies won't care about losing only a small amount, but when it comes to a court case, they can never be too sure how much business they'll end up losing. You'll either get your issue resolved or you'll get a hefty amount of compensation.

Sue Wingstop in Small Claims Court With the Help of DoNotPay

Because suing a company in small claims court can be so frustrating, DoNotPay developed a service to help you through the process. Suing a company can seem like a difficult task, but it's not always as hard as it's made out to be, especially not with DoNotPay. This company can generate a demand letter, compile court filing forms, and provide a script for you to use at the court hearing! You won't have to be under so much pressure when you go through DoNotPay.

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

  1. Log-in to DoNotPay and select the Sue Now 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.


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Not only can DoNotPay help you sue Wingstop, but they can do this with almost any other company too. It doesn't matter whether the company is big or small; DoNotPay can help.

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