News and updates for consumers about fraud, lawsuits, convictions and other news from the A-G's office.
Any Massachusetts resident who has witnessed or experienced bias-motivated threats, harassment or violence may call the Attorney General’s Hotline at 1-800-994-3228 or fill out a civil rights complaint form at this link. Residents may also contact the AG’s Office through its social media platforms, including Facebook and Twitter.
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State of Emergency, Natural Disasters, Homeland Security Threats, Hazardous Material Spills, Extreme Weather/Government Closings, Radiologic or Seismic Activity, Amber Alerts, Infectious Disease Epidemics, Bioterrorism, pandemics or other critical health alerts, Evaculation.
If you feel you have been wrongly treated, here are state and federal resources on filing complaints. Local police departments also deal with complaints and have forms. Do your homework first! Read through a topic!
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Federal, Massachusetts, and state links for consumer protection.
Not all categories are covered in the Check a Professional link, so be sure to try other links below. For example, to verify the license(s) of a Mortgage Broker, Mortgage Lender, Mortgage Loan Originator, or Third Party Loan Servicer, please click on the Mortgage Brokers link below.
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