Consumer Protection Division staff to offer assistance and information to flood victims
CEDAR RAPIDS – Representatives from the Attorney General’s office will travel to Cedar Rapids Friday and Monday to assist Iowans affected by flooding.
The Consumer Protection Division will provide free copies of materials, answer questions, and provide consumer complaint forms to flood victims who request them. The information will include general advice on hiring a contractor, avoiding fraud, and the state’s price-gouging rule.
“We hope that people facing flood cleanup or repairs can meet with us in person if they have a question or complaint,” Attorney General Tom Miller said. “We can help provide information to Iowans about their rights and consumer protections as they seek to clean up and repair flood damage.”
Location & Hours
Attorney General mobile office location and hours:
Friday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Cedar Rapids City Services Center
500 15th Ave. SW
Monday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Cedar Rapids Downtown Library
450 5th Ave. SE
Consumers who are unable to attend in person are encouraged to contact the Consumer Protection Division for information or to file a consumer complaint. Consumers can file complaints online or by mail, and can obtain complaint forms through the Attorney General’s website or by phone: