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If you wish to file a labor related complaint:

Industrial Commission of Arizona:

Note: The Labor Department has three areas of jurisdiction:
resolution of disputes involving wages; youth employment
law enforcement; and the licensing of private employment
agencies that charge fees to applicants.

Telephone: (602) 542-4515
Fax: (602) 542-8097

Federal Minimum Wage and Overtime Laws:

Workers Compensation:

Arizona Worker Complaint forms:

Read the
Arizona Day Labor Protection Act:

Read the
New Mexico Day Labor Protection Act:

Research and Information:
Driven to Disaster: Car-Title Lending and Its Impact on Consumers - Center for Responsible Lending Report

Who Borrows, Where They Borrow, and Why - Pew Research Center CFPB White Paper on Payday and Direct Deposit Loans

Pima County Don't Borrow Trouble Local Consumer Resources
Hotline (520)792-3087

If you wish to file a consumer related compalint:
If you wish to file a Consumer Complaint with the CFPB:
File a complaint by phone: (855) 411-2372

If you wish to file a Payday Lending complaint:

File a complaint with the AZ Dept. Financial Institutions:

Tell the CFPB you want them to write strong rules to prevent payday lenders and auto title lenders from taking advantage of vulnerable consumers.
Subit your comment to CFPB:

Here are 4 things that you or your loved ones can do when experiencing debt collection problems:

No one should have to put up with harassing or offensive phone calls from debt collectors. BE AWARE Older Americans are specifically targeted.

The CFPB issued two bulletins to both
creditors and debt collectors reminding them they may not misrepresent the amount, character, or legal status of debts they are collecting, fail to post payments, falsely threaten arrest, or take other unfair, deceptive or abusive action. In addition, another bulletin warned debt collectors they may not misrepresent the effect of payment on credit scores and creditworthiness. The CFPB also announced it will now accept consumer complaints on debt collection and published sample action letters consumer may send to collectors to dispute the debt, request proof of the debt, and restrict or stop communication.

To file a consumer complaint against a Lender engaging in transactions with Arizona consumers, and
charging document preparation fees on auto title or small loans on or after July 1, 2013, please go to, Arizona Department of Financial Institutions:
or send mail to: Arizona Department
of Financial Institutions, 2910 N. 44th Street, Suite 310, Phoenix, AZ 85018.

AZ State Attorney General Office Consumer Complaint:
Consumer Information and Complaints
(602) 542-5763 (Phoenix) / Fax (602) 542-4579
(520) 628-6504 (Tucson) /

Federal Trade Commission:

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