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Filing A Complaint with FCRA
This FCRA complaint form is designed to assist the FCRA in the evaluation of your grievance. When filling out this form, please be as specific
and detailed as possible. It is important that all questions be answered fully and completely.
The FCRA appreciates your complaint. However, due to the volume of complaints received, the FCRA may not be able to personally respond to
each complaint it receives. Therefore, we will keep your complaint on file. Your complaint does not create an attorney client relationship.
Submission of a complaint does not mean that the FCRA has accepted your case, and you should consult an attorney regarding your case, as
soon as possible..
There may be deadlines that might affect your lawsuit or grievance. If you are concerned about whether the time for bringing your complaint is
about to pass, you should not rely on filing a FCRA complaint to protect you; you should consult with an attorney of your choice. You can contact
the Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service at
for an attorney in your area.
Know that your complaint is important to us and we will evaluate your complaint in accordance with the FCRA's mission.
You may also wish to visit our
resource page (coming soon)
, which contains contact information for various federal and state agencies and other
civil rights advocacy that may be able to assist you.
Complete description of complaint.
Please describe IN DETAIL, in a brief summary, all the events that led you to file this complaint. If you have
additional documents to support your description, please print out this form and mail it, along with other pertinent information, to the address below.
I understand that by receiving and reviewing this complaint, the FCRA is not undertaking legal representation of me, and that the FCRA is not responsible for
ensuring that any statute of limitations requirement is met in my case. I hereby authorize the FCRA to use this information as necessary to determine whether it will
offer assistance to me and as necessary to determine whether my situation represents an emerging civil rights issue or is part of a pattern and practice of civil
rights violations that should be redressed in this or some other case, now or in the future.
the hard copy
Complete and Mail to:
P.O. Box 593248
Orlando, Florida 32859