To prevent delay, please answer all of the following questions. DO NOT include your Social Security Number on this form or any accompanying documents. If you have a signed contract or written agreement relating to the complaint you are filing, you should download the complaint form instead of submitting your complaint online. Once completed, you should print, sign and attach a copy of the contract/written agreement to the form and mail it to the Consumer Protection Division.
1. Complainant Information
2. Who is your complaint against?
3. Date You Witnessed Transaction/Incident
4. Price Per Gallon
5. Grade of Gasoline
6. How did you pay?
7. Total Price
8. Do you consent to disclosing the following information to the public?
9. Are you willing to testify in court?
10. Have you complained to the business?
11. Comments (Be Specific)
12. Consent and Verification
13. What happens next? What else should I do?
Indiana’s Fuel Price Gouging Law prohibits price gouging for fuel products when the Governor declares an emergency under either general disaster/emergency powers or energy emergency. The law allows the Attorney General's Office to investigate gas gouging in incidents that occurred 24 hours before the Governor's declaration of emergency. The Attorney General cannot control the movement of gasoline prices, as crude oil and majority of taxes are a result of federal and international factors. The Attorney General can, however, challenge illegal pricing activities that include agreements between retailers to fix prices, deceptive sales acts, or excessive pricing during a state of emergency.
14. Consent to correspondence by Email
|Do you consent to the Consumer Protection Division sending you
correspondence related to this complaint to your email address? If yes, you will not be
mailed such correspondence via the U.S. Postal Service. If you select Yes please enter
the email address we should use to send correspondence even if it is the same as the
email address you entered earlier.|