The Attorney General cannot act as your private attorney. As a law enforcement agency, the primary function of the Office of Attorney General is to represent the public at large by enforcing laws prohibiting unfair or deceptive practices.
The Attorney General, through the Bureau of Consumer Protection, provides a mediation service to consumers where an attempt may be made to mediate your individual consumer complaint if it falls within the jurisdiction of the office. Please be advised that the information you provide may be shared with the party against which you have filed a complaint. Additionally, your complaint may be shared with or referred to other governmental law enforcement or regulatory agencies.
Your complaint will also be kept on file with our office and the information contained therein may be used to establish violations of Pennsylvania Law. Attached to this complaint form is an informational sheet which will help you in completion of the complaint form and also will explain in greater detail the mediation process.
By completing and submitting this complaint form, I am adopting this as my online signature and I authorize the Bureau of Consumer Protection to contact the party(ies) against which I have filed a complaint in an effort to reach an amicable resolution. I further authorize the party(ies) against which I have filed a complaint to communicate with and provide information related to my complaint to the Bureau of Consumer Protection. I verify that I have read and understand the informational sheet about this process; and, that the information provided is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, information and belief.
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