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Automobile Lemon Law Complaints
Lemon Law Dispute Resolution
New Jersey Office of the Attorney General
Division of Consumer Affairs
Office of Consumer Protection
Lemon Law Unit
Complete the attached application. Be accurate and thorough. You must attach a clear copy of all relevant documents, including the sales contract or lease
agreement, service or work orders and correspondence between you and the manufacturer, or its authorized dealer, relating to the problem(s).
NJ Office of Attorney Ethics
The Office of Attorney Ethics handles attorney discipline and offers an Ethics/Fee Arbitration Hotline at 1-(800)-406-8594. After entering the zip code where the attorney is located, calls will be transferred to the appropriate district ethics committee Secretary to request grievance forms; forms can also be printed here.
Better Businnes Bureau NJ
BBB makes it fast and easy for people to file complaints against all types of businesses-- online, offline, BBB Accredited Businesses or non-accredited businesses, and non-profit organizations.
NJ Consumer Affairs
How to File a Complaint
First, give the business a chance to resolve the problem directly. If you are not satisfied with the results, please complete the State complaint forms. Be sure to include or forward readable copies of invoices, contracts, correspondence and other documents relating to your complaint.
State Board of Medical Examiners-Complaints about Physicians
File a complaint online; or call the Board of Medical Examiners at 609-826-7100 and request that the form be mailed.
Hospital Complaints in New Jersey
Use the Complaint Hotline at 1-800-792-9770: if complaint is made by phone, no name has to be given. Complaints may also be filed online, by fax or mail. If an address is provided with the complaint, a written response will be provided after the investigation.
New Jersey Consumer Resources
New Jersey Better Business Bureau
Check out a business or charity, find a BBB accredited business, or file a complaint.
Nj Department of Banking and Insurance Consumer Assistance
For Inquiries and/or Filing a Complaint for a banking or insurance company, call 609-292-7272 or the Consumer Hotline, 1-800-446-7467. For Managed Care FAQs or complaints see www.state.nj.us/dobi/division_insurance/managedcare/ or submit a complaint form by mail/fax to: Office of Managed Care, Consumer Protection Services, Dept. of Banking and Insurance, P.O. Box 329, Trenton, NJ 08625-0329; fax-(609) 633-0807.
NJ Division of Consumer Affairs
For help with filing a complaint, or to check on the complaint history of a business, call the Consumer Service Center at (973) 504-6200, or go to www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/ocp/complaints.htm.
Occupational and Professional Licenses
The NJ Division of Consumer Affairs regulates over 80 professions and occupations. Check to see if businesses/ individuals are licensed before doing business with them, or to file a complaint.
Stop Unwanted Calls and Mail
Atlantic County Resources
NJ Division of Consumer Affairs
Contact the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs at 1-800-242-5846 or visit ww.njconsumeraffairs.gov to file a complaint.
Recycling and Disposal
How to recycle and dispose of various materials, from the Atlantic County Utilities Authority.
Consumer Action Website
Includes the 2012 Consumer Action Handbook, which contains information on preventing identity theft, understanding credit, filing a consumer complaint, and filing for bankruptcy.
Consumer Help - Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
FCC accepts inquiries, and informal complaints on cable, radio, satellite, telephone, television and wireless services.
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
To report an unsafe consumer product, call the hotline, 1-800-638-CPSC or visit SaferProducts.gov to report unsafe products so that others will know.
Consumer Protection - Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Ways to avoid scams and exercise consumer rights on a variety of issues. Also offers over 100 booklets on consumer rights.
Federal Citizen Information Center
The Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC) is a "one-stop source for answers to questions about consumer problems and government services." This website provides users with a single point of access for information from various government agencies. The site is easy to use, offering users both simple search interface and a comprehensive subject listing from which to choose. Also provides free offers, and links to dozens of government sites containing information on subjects ranging from product recalls to purchasing a home.
Consumer housing information and complaint forms for housing discrimination.
National Fraud Information Center
This site from the National Consumers League’s Fraud Center helps consumers report fraud and offers advice on how to avoid becoming a victim. They also have an Online Fraud Report Form.
Recalls of unsafe, hazardous, or defective products.
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