As the chief civil legal officer of the State, the Office of the Attorney General oversees all aspects of affirmative enforcement by the office, protects consumers from fraud and abuse, and assists constituents.
The Office of the Attorney General represents the public interest, not individuals, and cannot provide legal advice. As a public service, however, the Office of the Attorney General may provide informal mediation services to assist consumers who are unable to resolve an issue on their own. The Office of the Attorney General may also refer complaints it receives to other government agencies.
To contact the Office of the Attorney General about filing a complaint, an upcoming event, reaching the Office's Consumer Assistance Unit, or ways to receive the latest news from the office, please see below.
If you'd like to file a complaint with the Office of the Attorney General including issues such as phishing, identity theft, fraud or scams, please visit https://www.dir.ct.gov/ag/complaint/
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To contact the Office of the Attorney General's Consumer Assistance Unit, please call 860-808-5420.
For all other inquiries, please email Attorney.General@ct.gov or call 860-808-5318.