After reviewing your dispute and the steps you have taken to resolve it, you may be referred to another agency, a private attorney, small claims court or Justice of the Peace
court, or some other method of resolving your dispute. A copy of this dispute may be sent to the business disputed against.
Any and all attachments need to be mailed to:
I understand the Attorney General's Office may provide copies of this form and any attachments to the business complained
about and other private and public agencies. I authorize the Office of the Attorney General to give copies or any information
of the form to anyone deemed necessary by them.
I understand that the Attorney General's office is not my legal representative. I understand that it is recommended that I consult a private attorney.
I also understand that I may lose my private right to sue about this matter entirely if I wait too long to do so. I also understand that any action
by the Attorney General's office may not result in a refund or other relief for me personally.
I wish to file this dispute with the Attorney General's office. I understand that your office does not conduct litigation for individuals
in matters which involve purely private controversies. I am, however, filing this dispute to notify your office of the activities of this party
and to seek any other assistance you may be able to render.