Every case is going to be unique in terms of how long it's going to take.
If we talk about resources, no law enforcement agency is ever going to be able to tell you that they have every resource they'd like to have, because they'd probably want to take every case forward. They don't have the resources to take every single case forward that comes in the door. They do have to exercise some discretion, and they look at alternative case resolution methods.
Many times in our work a complaint can be resolved by an investigator calling the subject of the complaint and discussing what the misleading advertising issue is. Often that leads to voluntary corrective action. Quite frankly, that's our first preference. We don't want to spend a lot of taxpayer resources prosecuting businesses that are legitimate businesses that just occasionally step offside either because they misinterpret the legislation or because they're trying to be innovative and creative in what they're doing.
But we do take action against false and misleading advertising, and if it's false and misleading, we're going to take action. With the resources we've requested, we are confident that we'll have the resources we need to deal with any additional complaints coming in as a result of our spam complaints.