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Consumer Complaint Forms & Documents

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   Claim Form and Subrogation Agreement (Minnesota Client Security Board)
Form to seek recovery from fund provided to protect clients from losses caused by a dishonest attorney. The form begins: "I hereby apply to the Minnesota Client Security Board for payment of a loss I claim I suffered because of my lawyer's dishonesty. I understand that payment by the Board is discretionary and not a matter of right." See the Client Security Board web site for frequently asked questions about the Board, for instructions for using this claim form, and instructions about claim procedures.
   Food Quality Complaint Form (Minnesota Department of Agriculture)
According to the Complaint form page:
"The Dairy and Food Inspection Division, or delegated local health agency, has jurisdiction over grocery and convenience stores, bakeries, meat markets, wholesale food manufacturing plants, dairy processing plants, dairy farms, and milk hauling trucks. The Minnesota Department of Health or local health agency, licenses and inspects restaurants, cafes, and alcoholic beverage establishments. If a facility is not licensed by us, we will refer it to the proper local, state or federal agency that has jurisdiction."
   Minnesota Attorney General Consumer Complaint Form (Minnesota Attorney General Consumer Protection Division)
"The Minnesota Attorney General's Office provides free mediation to resolve disputes between Minnesota consumers and businesses." Here's how and where you start the process.
   Minnesota Department of Health Office of Health Facility Complaints: Filing a Complaint (Minnesota Department of Health)
"If you witness a suspected violation of health department regulations, patient and residents' rights or the MN Vulnerable Adults Protection Act (physical or mental abuse, neglect, or unexplained injury) call the Office of Health Facility Complaints (OHFC).

Complaints, questions, or concerns must relate to licensed facilities (hospitals, nursing homes, boarding care homes, supervised living facilities, assisted living and home health agencies)."

This page has a link to the complaint filing form and also an Email address for making complaints by E-mail.

   Minnesota Puc Application for Protection from Heat Shut-off (Minnesota Public Utilities Commission)
   Minnesota Puc Consumer Complaint Form (Minnesota Public Utilities Commission)
For utilities complaints.
   Consumer Form Letters and Opt Out Information (Privacy Rights Clearingouse)
   FCC Consumer Complaint Filing (Federal Communications Commission)
Complaint types accepted include: disability access to communications services and equipment, junk fax, telemarketing, prerecorded messages and do-not-call, wired telephone, wireless telephone, Internet service and VoIP, broadcast (TV and radio), cable and satellite issues, and tower light outages and signal interference.
   Fraud Hotline (U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging)
"If you know someone who has been a victim of fraud---or if you suspect that they may become a victim----please contact us toll-free at 1-855-303-9470 or email us using [our] web form. The Committee's investigators have experience in fraud concerning retirement savings, identity theft, phone scams, Medicare, Social Security, and a variety of other consumer issues important to seniors and the elderly. Due to the nature of the fraud that has been committed or is suspected, individuals often do not know where to turn for assistance. It will be staffed by a team of committee investigators weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST."
   FTC Complaint Assistant (Federal Trade Commission)
"The Federal Trade Commission ... collects complaints about companies, business practices, identity theft, and episodes of violence in the media.

... "Your complaints can help us detect patterns of wrong-doing, and lead to investigations and prosecutions. ... The FTC does not resolve individual consumer complaints."

   FTC Consumer Complaint Assistant (Federal Trade Commission)
This site provides a complaint reporting assistant for problems in the areas of identity theft, credit and debt, unwanted telemarketing, text, or spam, mobile devices or telephones, internet services, online shopping, or computers, jobs and making money, as well as several other categories within FTC's jurisdiction.

"Your complaint may help [the FTC and its] law enforcement partners detect patterns of fraud and abuse, which may lead to investigations and eliminate unfair business practices. Complaints are entered in our secure online database, which is used by many local, state, federal, and international law enforcement agencies. The FTC cannot resolve individual complaints, but [it] can provide information about what next steps to take."


See also:
  • Minnesota Pro Bono Resource Center
  • Consumer Law
  • Crime Victims
  • Elder Law
  • Privacy Law
  • Pro Bono & Pro Se
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