Who wants to be the first to give it a whirl?
Now that al-Qaeda is handling some of the duties of government in the Syrian city of Raqqa, they have installed a department to handle concerns.
"Anyone who might have a complaint against any element of the Islamic state, whether the Emir or an ordinary soldier, can come and submit their complaint in any headquarters building," one posted notice proclaimed.
The Telegraph reported the note went on to say “the complaint should be in writing, provide details, and give evidence."
And there was even more “we promise that we will ensure accountability for anyone committing violations and they will be sent to the Sharia court of Iraq and al-Sham."
There have been protests and complaints on many issues, that prompted al-Qaeda to try and find a way to smooth things out.
Former government leaders had tried to bring order to the area including banning smoking, but were unable to have any effect.
So take a number and good luck.