How to Report Consumer Fraud in Your State
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How to Report Consumer Fraud in Your State

You have an important role to play in enforcing State consumer protection laws, by reporting it when you experience it.
Updated: 2020-07-30
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In most states, consumers have a right to report consumer fraud to the state's attorney general. The attorney general is responsible for the following three things:

1. Enforcing the state's laws.

2. Protecting the state's residents from criminal activity.

3. Making efforts to stop criminal activity when reported.

Click on your state to learn how to report fraud your state.


Jurisdictional relevance: There are versions of this article for each State.
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