A salesman for a national double glazing company forged my signature on an installation contract for a new conservatory. It is my belief that on the day he gave me the quote for the conservatory he asked me to sign the finance agreement but he had forgotten to bring an installation contract. Instead of admitting his mistake and offering to bring the contract at a later date it would appear that he copied my signature from the finance agreement onto the installation contract. Consequently, I was never given a copy of the installation contract. A week later I decided to cancel the contract but was told by the company that I could not as it was outside the cooling off period. Of course I was not aware of this as I did not have a copy of the contract. After several weeks of stress, and following the intervention of Trading Standards, I was sent a copy of the installation contract. However, it was not my signature that was on it. After further action by Trading Standards, my deposit was returned. I have received no explanation or apology from the company regarding the forging of my signature.Do you think it is time to expose this incident to the media? Or should I go down the legal route?