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Consumer Protection

Georgia's Consumer Protection Division enforces laws that protect you from unfair and deceptive acts and practices in consumer transactions. 

Contact Consumer Protection Division

If you have a consumer complaint, please contact our Consumer Protection Division. Phone representatives are available 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday. You will be asked to submit your complaint in writing if the issue appears to be one in which we would consider taking action. 

Mail to:

Consumer Protection Division
2 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.; Suite 356
Atlanta, GA 30334

Other Questions

For all other questions for the Department of Law, contact the main office: (404) 458-3600

Latest Press Releases

Carr and 18 State Attorneys General Call on Biden to Support Energy Infrastructure

ATLANTA, GA - Attorney General Chris Carr and 18 other state attorneys general today called on President Joe Biden to support additional energy infrastructure – including the Keystone XL pipeline – following the Colonial pipeline shutdown that caused price spikes, fuel shortages, and Carter-style lines at gas stations across the south and eastern parts of the country. In a letter to President Biden, the coalition details the harm caused by his purported cancelation of the Keystone XL pipeline and urged him to put Americans’ national security and the environment first.

Carr: HHS Cannot Federally Fund Abortion

ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr has joined a group of 20 other attorneys general in demanding the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services decline to adopt a proposed regulation that would illegally fund abortion. 

Carr Joins 19-State Coalition Defending an Arkansas Law to Protect Down Syndrome Babies from Abortion

ATLANTA, GAAttorney General Chris Carr today joined a coalition of 19 states filing an amicus brief in support of an Arkansas law that would prohibit abortions solely based on a pre-natal Down Syndrome diagnosis. The brief was filed this morning in the case Leslie Rutledge v. Little Rock Planning Services.

Carr: Kemp Declares State of Emergency due to Colonial Pipeline Cyber Incident,  Invokes Price Gouging Statute

ATLANTA, GA – On May 10, 2021, Governor Brian P. Kemp declared a  Download this pdf file. State of Emergency  as a result of the petroleum shortage from the May 7, 2021 cyber-attack on the Colonial Pipeline. The State of Emergency will remain in effect through 11:59 p.m. on May 15, 2021. When Gov. Kemp declared this State of Emergency, Georgia’s price gouging statutes were activated.