How do I file a complaint against a company/individual?

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To file a complaint please select on link below:

 Complaint Website

Click on the profession that coincides with the complaint and the form will appear. All fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.

Please be advised, per standard procedure, the contents of a complaint that is filed will be forwarded in their entirety, to the named Respondent. Submitted complaints are considered a matter of public record. Additionally, this office cannot give legal advice or represent private individuals who seek refunds or reimbursements. Regulatory jurisdiction is limited to seeking discipline against a Respondent’s license. If you feel that you need legal assistance, you should consider contacting private legal counsel.

All complaints submitted to the Tennessee Division of Regulatory Boards are subject to the Public Records Act, T.C.A. Title 10, Chapter 7.

 

The Commissioner cannot recover or order the refund of any money or property to which you may be entitled. You must institute a civil lawsuit for this purpose and hire your own legal counsel. Complete the complaint form; give complete statements of the facts, with names and dates, and be sure to include all documentation that supports your allegation such as the nature of the complaint, copies of relevant paperwork and the address of the person or firm you are filing the complaint against.

Anonymous complaints containing advertisements or other independent proof of a violation will be opened as complaint and processed according to the normal complaint procedures. However, they must include the name, contact information, violation details, and location address in order for action to be taken and investigated.

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