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Submit a No-Call complaint if you believe a telemarketer has illegally called you under the Missouri No-Call law.

First we need to lookup your phone number in the Missouri No-Call Registry list:

What number received the unwanted call?

Lookup

You searched for the number .

Unfortunately, this number is not on Missouri's No-Call Registry list. The Attorney General's Office cannot act on your complaint under the Missouri No-Call law if the number called by the telemarketer has not been registered for the list.

Would you like to register this number now?

Yes No

Please note when registering a number that, under Missouri law, numbers are submitted every three months to telemarketers. Consequently, your registration will not be active until Monday, January 01, 0001. After that date, if you receive a call from a telemarketer at this number which you believe violates Missouri's No-Call law, you may file a complaint.

Telemarketer Complaint

In some cases, you can file a Telemarketer Complaint even if your number is not yet on the No-Call Registry list. Missouri law prohibits certain conduct by telemarketers.

For example, telemarketers may not: Threaten, intimidate, or use profane or obscene language Call before 8:00 am or after 9:00 pm Continue calling after you have asked the telemarketer to stop calling If any of these things happen, please file a Telemarketer Complaint with the Missouri No-Call Unit. We have found your number on Missouri's No-Call Registry list. However, this number was only recently added to the registry. The Attorney General's Office submits phone numbers every three months to telemarketers to give them time to add numbers to their no-call lists.

Under Missouri law, numbers are submitted every three months to telemarketers. Consequently, your registration will not be active until Monday, January 01, 0001. After that date, if you receive a call from a telemarketer at this number which you believe violates Missouri's No-Call law, you may file a complaint.

Telemarketer Complaint

In some cases, you can file a Telemarketer Complaint even if your number is not yet on the No-Call Registry list. Missouri law prohibits certain conduct by telemarketers.

For example, telemarketers may not: Threaten, intimidate, or use profane or obscene language Call before 8:00 am or after 9:00 pm Continue calling after you have asked the telemarketer to stop calling If any of these things happen, please file a Telemarketer Complaint with the Missouri No-Call Unit. We have found your number in Missouri's No-Call Registry. Please check all the statements below that apply to your complaint.

I did not answer the call because the Caller ID was not familiar to me. I purchased goods or services from the caller's company in the past six months. Below is a description of what I purchased and when. I have a current business relationship with the caller. (Example: The caller was from my bank.) I provided an invitation or permission for the caller to call me. (Example: I filled out a postcard or survey requesting information.) The caller was representing a not-for-profit organization or charity. The caller was from a debt collection company regarding a debt I owe. The call was political in nature. The call was trying to set up an appointment. (Please explain below) The call was based on a referral to set up an appointment. The caller was working from his/her home. The caller was a licensed professional. I don't know details about the caller and/or appointment. Next Step The state law allows certain organizations to continue calling consumers on the No-Call list. Based on your answers above, you have a current business relationship with the caller. It is possible this organization meets those exceptions. However, you may continue completing this complaint form and the Attorney General's Office will evaluate the complaint to determine if a No-Call violation has occurred.

For more information read the No-Call FAQs

Continue Your Contact Information Your Name  (required) Prefix First Name MI Last Name Suffix Your Address  (required) Your Address City State AK AL AR AZ CA CO CT DC DE FL GA HI IA ID IL IN KS KY LA MA MD ME MI MN MO MS MT NC ND NE NH NJ NM NV NY OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VA VT WA WI WV WY Zip Primary Phone Number  (required) Primary Phone Phone Type - Select Phone Type - Residential Work Cell Secondary Phone Number Secondary Phone Phone Type - Select Phone Type - Residential Work Cell Your Email Address  (required) We will send correspondence to you at this email address regarding your complaint.</p><p>By communicating via email, we hope to reduce the costs associated to this program.</p>" data-html="true" data-placement="right" data-toggle="popover" data-trigger="focus" data-val="true" data-val-email="The Email Address field is not a valid e-mail address." data-val-length="The field Email Address must be a string with a maximum length of 100." data-val-length-max="100" data-val-maxlength="The field Email Address must be a string or array type with a maximum length of '100'." data-val-maxlength-max="100" data-val-requiredif="The Email Address field is required." data-val-requiredif-dependentproperty="ShowComplaintInformation" data-val-requiredif-dependentvalue="True" data-val-requiredif-operator="EqualTo" id="EmailAddress" name="EmailAddress" placeholder="example@youremailprovider.com" type="text" value="" /> Re-enter your email address to confirm  (required) Information about Telemarketer that this Complaint is Against Complete as much information as possible. Name of telemarketing company that contacted you Address City State - Select State - AK AL AR AZ CA CO CT DC DE FL GA HI IA ID IL IN KS KY LA MA MD ME MI MN MO MS MT NC ND NE NH NJ NM NV NY OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VA VT WA WI WV WY Zip Telemarketer’s Phone Number displayed or provided Caller ID displayed on your phone Name of the person on the phone Details of Complaint Date of Call  (required) Time of Call Briefly describe your complaint  (required) Please check all statements below that apply to your complaint I told the telemarketer that my number is on the No-Call list. How did the telemarketer respond when told your number is on the No-Call list? The telemarketer has called me before and has been advised not to call back. On what date did you advise the telemarketer not to call again? The caller identification (Caller ID) was blocked by the telemarketer. The telemarketer used threatening, intimidating or profane language. The telemarketer message was a recording - no "live" person greeted me. Within 30 seconds of the beginning of the call, did the telemarketer: Identify himself/herself? Identify the company he/she represents? Ask whether you wanted to listen to the sales pitch? Explain the purpose of the call? Clearly and simply describe what they were selling? Immediately end the call if you said you were not interested? Submit Complaint This form is for filing No-Call complaints against telemarketers that have called a residential or personal cell phone number. Other types of phones are not covered under Missouri's No-Call law.

For more information read the No-Call FAQs



Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

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We offer an informal complaint resolution service to Washington state residents, and to consumers with complaints about businesses located in Washington state. Through this process, we contact businesses to determine their response to consumer complaints. If a business refuses to respond or to make an adjustment, we cannot compel them to do so. We inform consumers of alternatives if our complaint resolution service is not successful.

The Attorney General's Office is authorized to bring legal action only in the name of the State of Washington, and is prohibited from serving as an attorney for individual consumers. We are further prohibited from giving advice, rendering opinions or interpretations, or conducting research on behalf of individuals or businesses.

Each month our office receives more than 2,000 emails asking for help or information. We have found that many of the constituent inquiries fall into the same categories. In some cases, these inquires can more efficiently be handled by the agency that specializes in the area of the complaint. In order to help serve you in a more timely manner, we have provided answers to the most asked questions in each of these categories in Help by Topic.

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Download a PDF file or call to request a form by mail.

General Consumer Complaint (PDF) Una Forma en Español (PDF) Manufactured Housing Request for Dispute Resolution Form (PDF) Una Forma en Español (PDF) Lemon Law Cars/Trucks (PDF) Lemon Law Motor Homes (PDF) Then send to: Seattle 800 5th Ave. Suite 2000 Seattle, WA. 98104-3188   

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Our staff will evaluate your complaint.

If your complaint is within our area of responsibility: The complaint will be assigned to a staff member. In most cases that person will send a copy of your complaint letter, and supporting documents, to the business and ask for a response. We will let you know the name of the staff member handling your complaint and what has been done. Should you have any new information, you should send it to the attention of that person. Most firms will respond, but it may take three weeks or more from the time you first register your complaint. If we don’t get a response within a reasonable time, we will attempt to contact the firm again. In many cases the business will respond with a satisfactory solution, that we will forward on to you, and the case will be closed. In some cases there may not be a basis for action by this office; however, in that event, we may be able to suggest other options available. Some consumer problems can be handled most efficiently by another agency. If this is the case with your complaint we will refer you to that agency.

What if the business does NOT cooperate?

If the business disagrees with your information or they believe you are not legally entitled to an adjustment, this office cannot compel a firm to resolve a complaint. In such a case, we will inform you of your options. The main option in such disputes is to bring a legal action, such as in Small Claims Court. If the amount claimed by you is over the limit handled by Small Claims Court, a private lawsuit may be necessary. The state Consumer Protection Act provides a remedy for individuals who have been harmed by unfair or deceptive business practices. If you are successful in such a suit you may also recover the costs of bringing suit, including your attorney’s fees.

When does the AGO bring a lawsuit?

Whether or not your individual complaint is resolved to your satisfaction, the basic information on your problem will be retained along with all other complaint information we receive. This information helps us to identify patterns of illegal activity which require enforcement action by the Attorney General’s Office. When such a pattern occurs, we may take more formal action which can include meeting with the firm and their attorney to attempt to resolve the issues. If this fails to resolve our concerns, we may file a lawsuit. Typically, when we file legal action, we may ask that consumers harmed by the practice be compensated, and we may ask that the court order the defendant to pay a civil penalty.

One criterion we use in selecting cases for legal action is the extent to which the activity harms the public as a whole. Another consideration is how likely our action will be in discouraging unfair practices in the future.

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Email Scams - Advance fee and counterfeit check scams: If you suffered a financial loss you can file a complaint with the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov

Legal Services Referral: For civil legal in King County, call 211