Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

This form is only for reporting telemarketing and robocall scams. Telemarketing is when an entity uses a telephone call or text message to contact a call recipient. Robocalls are telephone calls that play a recorded message when you answer or when it goes to voicemail.

The Telephone Scam Reporting Form will be used to obtain information to assist our office identify potential telephone scammers. Our office generally will not respond to Telephone Scam Reporting form submissions. However, you may be contacted in the effort to ascertain additional information if our office sees a pattern in complaints that indicates businesses and individuals are making calls in violation of the law. To request a form by mail, you may call 800-551-4636. You may also download a printable version of the reporting form.

If you have a complaint regarding another type of scam, consumer issue, or seek additional information, please use our consumer complaint form. See our File a Complaint resource page for more information about our consumer complaint services and process.

If you want to reduce the number of unwanted robocalls and telemarketing calls you receive, register your telephone number with the Federal Trade Commission's National Do Not Call (DNC) Registry at donotcall.gov.

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If we gather enough information about this caller from you and other Washington consumers, we may be able to identify the entity that is perpetrating this calling campaign.

If you have multiple calls from the same caller, please use the space below to include the phone number, call time, and date for the additional calls.

Audio Recordings

You may upload 5 files with a total file size limit of 20 megabytes.

Accepted File Types: WAV, MP3, M4A, WMV, AMR

Public Record Disclosure
* By checking this box, I acknowledge that the information given above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that any information I submit to the Washington State Attorney General’s Office is considered public information and may be released in a public records request. I understand that the Washington Attorney General cannot serve as my private attorney or give me legal advice and will not respond to my complaint submitted above.