How do you notify Attorney General Lisa Madigan about consumer fraud?


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Notify Attorney General Lisa Madigan about consumer fraud through the Illinois Attorney General website at IllinoisAttorneyGeneral.gov. The Protecting Consumers page has an online form where consumers can provide information regarding a fraudulent transaction, according to the Illinois Attorney General. The website has downloadable forms that can be printed, completed and mailed to the appropriate office of the Illinois Attorney General.

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Consumers wishing to file a complaint should make certain their form is filled in correctly and that all information asked for is provided, including any documentation to support the consumer's claim, explains the Illinois Attorney General.

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s Consumer Protection Division helps Illinois businesses and consumers who were victims of fraud, unfair business practices and deception, notes the Illinois Attorney General. There are a number of bureaus that work to protect consumers, including the Military and Veterans Rights Bureau, the Consumer Fraud Bureau, the Franchise Bureau, the Charitable Trust Bureau and the Health Care Bureau. Both the Consumer Fraud and Health Care Bureaus offer consumers an informal dispute resolution program for those who have complaints concerning health care or their purchases.

The department also works to provide information to protect consumers from becoming victims of fraud, according to the Illinois Attorney General. The website contains a number of articles, news releases and links to other pertinent sites.

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