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If you have a problem with goods or services you have purchased, you may contact our office for information about your rights, options and responsibilities as a consumer.
Need to File a Complaint?
You may file a complaint in one of two ways:
1) Call the Consumer Protection Division and request that a complaint form be sent to you, fill out the form and return it to our office.
2) Access the complaint forms below and either fill them out online and send via email, or print out the form in a pdf and mail it in.
To file a complaint about a business transaction:
To file a complaint about an issue not-related to a business transaction:
To file a complaint concerning online behavior:
To file a complaint regarding the Do Not Call List:
To file a complaint regarding the One-Call notification hotline:
To file a complaint regarding the abuse or misuse of Medicaid:
To file a complaint regarding Charitable Nonprofit and Charitable Trust:
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Please note all printed forms must be mailed to the following address:
Office of the Attorney General
2115 State Capitol
Lincoln, NE 68509
After your completed complaint form is received, it will be reviewed to ensure your complaint falls within our jurisdiction. If your complaint is under the jurisdiction of another state or federal agency, it will be forwarded to that agency for you. You will be contacted by our office either via telephones or in writing to confirm we have received your complaint. If you have questions about these processes feel free to contact us.
Consumer Mediation Process
Complaint mediation is a service provided by our office to Nebraska consumers. Disputes can often be resolved as a result of the mediation process. However, mediation should not be confused with arbitration.
To resolve differences mediation relies on the voluntary cooperation of both the business and the consumer. The mediater acts as a "go between" for the consumer and the business. To begin the process, the mediator forwards the consumer's written complaint to the business and requests a response from the business.
If the parties do not reach a resolution, they have the option of litigation. Upon that time, the consumer may need to hire a private attorney.
Again - all complaints must be reviewed to determine proper jurisdiction. If your complaint is under the jurisdiction of another state or federal agency, it will be forwarded to the appropriate agency and you will be notified.