Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

Dec 23 2008
Charter Cable will no longer provide its customers with KING-TV’s signal because of a contract dispute.
Dec 22 2008
The Washington Attorney General's Consumer Resource Center phone lines are closed today, Dec. 22, due to the winter storms. The center can normally  be reached at 1-800-551-4636 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays. However, cconsumers may still file a complaint online.
Dec 22 2008
The Washington Attorney General’s Office has received complaints from DISH Network customers who are no longer able to receive certain network TV stations in Washington. DISH Network stopped providing their signals as part of a dispute with Seattle-based Fisher Communications after the companies were unable to come to terms on a new contract.
Nov 13 2008
-KIRO TV interviewed me for an investigative report about a too-good-to-be-true classified ad promising the chance to live rent-free as an apartment manager. ...
Oct 30 2008
A Bellevue company that creates touch screens says it’s created a new tool that tracks consumers’ faces as they look at interactive displays.
Oct 10 2008
Why is the main page of the All Consuming blog a blank and where have all those fabulous stories disappeared to?! Well, they still exist. But for now, you'll have to click the links on the right side. Turns out our finicky software system doesn't like when I try to imbed videos on our blog.
Oct 08 2008
As a volunteer intern with our Consumer Protection and Public Affairs teams, Lisa Borkowski was an occasional voice on All Consuming.
Sep 25 2008
Debt collection complaints topped NAAG's 2007 list of consumer complaints, climbing one spot from last year’s list.  NAAG also reports auto sales moved up a spot to number two. Home repair and construction dropped two spots from 2006’s top complaint to the number three slot.
Sep 10 2008
In an era of drive-through wedding chapels and even quicker divorces, it’s still possible to reach a roadblock. ...
Sep 03 2008
Curious what the transition from analog to digital TV means to you? Hear it from the experts at the Federal Communications Commission next month when they visit our state for three public workshops.

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