File a Consumer Complaint
Under Oregon law the Attorney General cannot act as your private attorney or give you legal advice. Deadlines may prevent you from starting a lawsuit if you wait too long. Filing this complaint does not change those deadlines or guarantee the results you want. You may wish to contact a private attorney.
Please be advised that this complaint will become part of our permanent records. Consumer complaints may be released to the business or person about whom you are complaining, members of the public or other agencies attempting to establish ongoing patterns of practices which violate Oregon's Unlawful Trade Practices Act. This form is also subject to Oregon's Public Records Law and may be disclosed to persons who request to review its contents.
Depending on the type of business involved, there may be other state agencies that can help. Click here for a complete list. If you have supporting documentation, please feel free to submit a consumer complaint form (pdf) and copies of related material by mail.
By submitting this form, I authorize any party to release to the DOJ any information and documentation relative to this complaint.
If you are receiving telemarketing calls even though you are registered with the National Do Not Call List, please Report a Violation of the Do Not Call List.