What can the state do if I have a legitimate grievance?

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If you have a grievance against a person or business regulated by the Collection Service Board, you can file a complaint with our office or may consider consulting legal counsel. If the State considers your grievance to be legitimate, the State may choose to seek disciplinary sanctions against a person or business regulated by the Collection Service Board (such as seeking civil penalties, or suspension, or revocation of the license).  In all instances, though, the State does not represent or advocate for your private interests. The State pursues matters believed to be in the best interests of the public.

 

To file a complaint please select on link below:

Complaint Website

Click on the profession that coincides with the complaint.

Some complaints may be filed online dependent upon the board,  others may require a paper complaint to be mailed.

Contact an agent. Submit a request