Where to file a complaint against Alternative Energy Provider?

If a door-to-door sale agent knocked on your door using false, misleading or deceptive information at the point of sale or you are not reasonably able to protect your interests because of disability, ignorance, illiteracy, inability to understand the language of an agreement or similar factors.

You may get out of the long-term fixed-rate natural gas and electricity contracts without any fee.

If you feel you been mislead by any alternative gas and electricity providers, you may file a complaint against them.

USA & Canada Energy Government Regulators – File Your Complaint

USACANADA
Illinois file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and then file your complaint with The Illinois Attorney General at (800) 386-5438 or visit The Illinois Attorney General’s website at www.illinoisattorneygeneral.govOntario file your complaint to the Competition Bureau and the Ontario Energy Board.

Information about Small Claims Court for Ontario residents.

New York/Buffalo file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and then file your complaint with The Buffalo Attorney General at (800) 771-7755 or visit The Buffalo Attorney General’s website at www.ag.ny.govManitoba file your complaint to the Competition Bureau and the Public Utilities Board.
Michigan file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and then file your complaint with The Michigan Attorney General at (517) 373-1140 or toll free 1-877-765-8388 or visit The Michigan Attorney General’s website at www.michigan.govAlberta file your complaint to the Competition Bureau and the Alberta Utilities Commission.
Ohio file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and then file your complaint with The Ohio Attorney General at (614) 466-4986 or toll free 1-800-282-0515 or visit The Ohio Attorney General’s website at www.ohioattorneygeneral.govBritish Columbia file your complaint to the Competition Bureau and the British Columbia Utilities Commission.
Indiana file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and then file your complaint with The Indiana Attorney General at (317) 232-6330 or toll free 1-800-382-5516 or visit The Indiana Attorney General’s website at www.in.gov
Texas file your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission and then file your complaint with The Texas Attorney General at www.oag.state.tx.us
For other states in the US – file your complaint with the Federal Trade CommissionFor other provinces in Canada – file your complaint to the Competition Bureau

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5 thoughts on “Where to file a complaint against Alternative Energy Provider?

    1. @ om

      Check out this page on how to cancel gas and electricity contracts.

      If none of those work, your last resort of canceling without paying any fee is to move out of your current home and move to a location where the company does not service or move into a place where you're are not responsible for paying your gas and electricity. For example, move back to your parents or move to an apartment where the utility bills are under the names of your parents' or you landlord's.

      Or if you move out of the country and you can always come back.

      1. Are you seriously suggesting this shit? Move out of my own home to stop them from overcharging me?!?! How about I just fake my own death?!?

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