Minnesota Consumer Resources
Minnesotans – if you’re looking for state resource sites, look no further. We have gathered a list of helpful links to give you information on various state departments. Whether your search is about state agencies, legal resources, educational, financial, health, or employment, our links will help you get what you need.
Below is a summary of what each link has to offer, as well as any necessary contact information.
Attorney General – Get information on all your consumer needs through this website. You can view and file consumer complaints. You can get information on debt prevention and finance management. You can learn more about health care coverage as well. The Attorney General’s office can be contacted toll free at 1-800-657-3787.
Department of Commerce Insurance – Get information on different types of insurance coverage in Minnesota. Learn more about what each program offers, and check the licenses of different insurance companies. You can get information on producers and adjusters, companies, and other businesses.
Department of Commerce – This department regulates general companies in Minnesota. You can get more information on energy, banking and finance, real estate, and telecommunications. You can also file a complaint through any link of each specified industry. You can reach the Consumer Protection division directly at 1-800-657-3602.
Small Claims Court – Pursuing a small claims court case? Get some basic information through this site. You can learn about court cost limits and where to sue. You get specifics on statutes and read about attorney requirements. Special law provisions are also outlined in this page.
Lemon Law – If you’ve purchased a lemon in Minnesota, this page will provide helpful information and tips on what to do. You can read about the characteristics of lemons in Minnesota, and where to go to file your claim. Learn more about the processes available to consumers to get you out of your lemon and into a working car.
Educational Resources Directory – Get a comprehensive list of educational links to different programs in Minnesota. These sources will direct you to different organizations and educational agencies in the state. You can conduct a general search or view the organizations by type.
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency – Get information on buying or renting a home through affordable financing set in place through the state of Michigan. You can get foreclosure assistance or view the neighborhood stabilization program. You can also sign up for the e-newsletter. The agency can be contacted at 1-800-657-3769.