"The Department of Financial Institutions will only handle questions or complaints from Wisconsin residents, or those that are against companies located in Wisconsin." This page links to a page to "file a complaint or inquiry", also a standard complaint form, for use in filing a complaint by mail, a mortgage banking complaint form and guidelines for submitting mortgage banking complaints and mortgage fraud complaints.
Complaint types accepted include: disability access to communications services and equipment, junk fax, telemarketing, prerecorded messages and do-not-call, wired telephone, wireless telephone, Internet service and VoIP, broadcast (TV and radio), cable and satellite issues, and tower light outages and signal interference.
"If you know someone who has been a victim of fraud---or if you suspect that they may become a victim----please contact us toll-free
at 1-855-303-9470 or email us using [our] web form. The Committee's investigators have experience in fraud concerning retirement savings, identity theft, phone scams, Medicare, Social Security, and a variety of other consumer issues important to seniors and the elderly. Due to the nature of the fraud that has been committed or is suspected, individuals often do not know where to turn for assistance. It will be staffed by a team of committee investigators weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST."
This site provides a complaint reporting assistant for problems in the areas of identity theft, credit and debt, unwanted telemarketing, text, or spam, mobile devices or telephones, internet services, online shopping, or computers, jobs and making money, as well as several other categories within FTC's jurisdiction.
"Your complaint may help [the FTC and its] law enforcement partners detect patterns of fraud and abuse, which may lead to investigations and eliminate unfair business practices. Complaints are entered in our secure online database, which is used by many local, state, federal, and international law enforcement agencies. The FTC cannot resolve individual complaints, but [it] can provide information about what next steps to take."
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