Bankruptcy FAQs The Courtroom Experience in Bankruptcy Court
Webinar Auto Fraud – Warranties and Repossessions
Self-Help Special The S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV)
SCDMV receives complaints about illegal or fraudulent acts by a dealership
If you have a possible claim of an illegal or fraudulent act committed by a dealership Complete Form DE-002C and email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to (803) 896-8172
You can also file complaints with the SCDMV about: discrimination, fraud, misconduct, unlicensed or suspected illegal activity involving a product, service, employee, or company that the SCDMV oversees or regulates such as a certified driver training school or third party tester. In response to such complaints, the SCDMV may encourage compliance with state and federal laws, pursue administrative actions, and/or refer the complaints to the appropriate agencies for follow-up or enforcement actions.
Senior Consumer Tips Pros and Cons of a Living Trust
Bankruptcy FAQs Special Circumstances in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Webinar Dealing with Utility Companies: Billing Disputes and Service Shut-offs
Self-Help Special The S.C. Office of Regulatory Staff (ORS)
The ORS represents the public interest of South Carolina in utility regulation for the major utility indus-tries -- electric, natural gas, telecommunications, transportation, and water/wastewater -- before the Public Service Commission of South Carolina, the court system, the South Carolina General Assembly, and federal regulatory bodies. The ORS also has responsibility for oversight of railroad safety and natu-ral gas pipeline safety in South Carolina.
For SC consumers the ORS serves the concerns of the using and consuming public with respect to public utility services, regardless of the class of customer.
To Get Help Resolving A Dispute About:
Local and intrastate (within South Carolina) long distance telephone service
Senior Consumer Tip The Truth About Credit Reports and Credit Repair Companies
Bankruptcy FAQs Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Webinar Fair Credit Reporting Act
Self-Help Special The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a U.S. government agency that makes sure banks, lenders, and other financial companies treat you fairly. CFPB regulates the offering and provision of consumer financial products or services under the federal consumer financial laws. It educates and empowers consumers to make better informed financial decisions.
File A Complaint With The CFPB
The CFPB helps consumers connect with financial companies to under-stand issues, fix errors, and get direct responses about problems. When you submit a complaint we work to get you a response—most companies respond to complaints within 15 days
Self-Help Special S.C. Department of Consumer Affairs Online Complaint System
The mission of SCDCA is to protect consumers while giving due regard to those businesses acting in a fair and honest manner. One of the ways it accomplishes this is mission by providing complaint mediation ser-vices. SCDCA processes and mediates written consumer complaints, seeking to find fair solutions for the consumer and the business. These complaints help SCDCA find out about illegal business practices, enforce consumer protection laws and identify trends in the marketplace.
You should try to contact the business first to resolve your complaint. If that doesn’t work,