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Attorney General AG Complaint Forms, File Debt Collection Complaints

The links below are to all state’s Attorney General AG Complaint Forms. Find your state to file a debt collection complaint with the Attorney General. In some cases your complaint may be referred to another consumer complaint agency or site where you will be able to file a complaint on-line. The attorney general consumer complaint form can either be filed over the Internet, faxed, or mailed.

You should also consider using the services of a private consumer protection attorney to resolve your complaint. Private attorneys can stop collection just like attorney generals, but can also help you recover cash damages. Call toll free 888-595-9111 for a fast, FREE* and confidential case review from debt help lawyers in your state, you may be entitled to up to $1,000.00 or more from the debt collector bothering you!

Access consumer complaint forms using the following links to file a formal complaint with your State Attorney General’s Consumer Affairs Protection Division against creditors/collectors who use illegal collection tactics.

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  1. Today I have been called by USA Datanet (585-331-8076) 4 times – first three, no answer to my hellos, last one a male voice asked for someone, when I tried to ask for repeats, he hung up! They have called me at least 3 times per week for the last month – how can this be stopped. Thank you.

    • That type of exchange–a bunch of hellos by the called party that “the caller” doesn’t respond to for at least several seconds is the hall mark of auto dialed/robo calls. The machine dials, the recipient picks up, then the machine finds an available person at the caller’s location to transfer the call to. If no one is available, the called party gets dead air until someone is available. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act regulates such calls and provides damages for the annoyance and inconvenience to the called party per call. Call 888-595-9111, tell them about the calls.

  2. There is this 1 phone number from virginia who calls our number at least 3 times a day, they never leave a message, and once my husband heard someone say “what the fuck”! I find this totally uncalled for! We have not gotten any bills from virginia in the past so we have no idea what this is regarding, but this is getting ridiculous!!!

    • You very likely have experienced a Fair Debt violation(s), the Debt Help Lawyers at this site can provide you a free, no obligation Fair Debt consultation. Give us a call and let’s figure out how to get you some real help, you may be entitled to $1,000 or more! Make the collector follow the law or pay you, call us at 888-595-9111 and we’ll get you taken care of.

  3. how can i get things removed from my credit report ie child support which was completed in 2002 but still remains on my report. and is affecting my score negatively

  4. What recourse do you have, if any, for a creditor calling you after you sent a cease and desist letter? You know they received it because it was sent 2 months ago and the calls had stopped.

  5. This morning at 8:30 a.m I received a call from a totally obnoxious and rude man. It was difficult to understand the facts of this situation but ultimately got some of it out of him. I asked him to tell me about the company, what do the initials CSS stand for? He said it is not a company and they stand for nothing. I later learned that this company, tel no 1-999-545-4410 was trying to collect a debt of a $400 loan. This loan was made by a bank deposit, Wells Fargo Bank, in 2010. He said they had sent me notices and I had not responded. Not so. When I asked him the address re where sent, he gave the address of our prior office, which was closed in 2007. Even though I explained to him this was not me, I had never obtained a $400 loan my entire life, never received any notices, never had an account at Wells Fargo Bank, he said it had my Social Security number and I was responsible. I later learned that this morning he called my former son-in-law, daughter (2 x’s). Haven’t heard from anyone else saying they had been called. I would like to complain to any and all agencies that might handle this.

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