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Division of Consumer Affairs - Office of Consumer Protection
Before you file
First contact the business
Take your problem to the salesperson or manager or the customer service representative. Most problems are resolved at this level. If you are still not satisfied, contact the owner or company headquarters.
If the business will not resolve a problem directly, consumers can file a complaint with Bergen County Consumer Affairs or the officer of the Attorney Generals Office of New Jersey, The complaint should explain in detail, with documentation (copies), what the problem is, whom it is with, what you have done and what you want. In particular it should:
Please provide copies of documents relative to your complaint such as: Contract, receipts, warranties, cancelled checks (both sides), estimates, photographs, faxes and emails.
Please be advised that any information that you supply may be subject to public disclosure pursuant to New Jersey’s Open Public Records Act. If an investigation into this matter is conducted, the information is subject to public disclosure, only after the completion of the investigation. We strongly suggest not submitting sensitive personal information on these forms online.
Other options are to file with the Better Business Bureau or Small Claims Court.
File A COMPLAINT 201-336-6400