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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: The Louisiana Department of Justice building is temporarily closed to visitors. 

LADOJ is actively taking measures to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in our community. From March 17, 2020 through June 5, 2020, we will suspend in-person payments. For more information about making payments visit our Collections Page

If you suspect a Coronavirus Scam or price gouging, please report it to the LADOJ Consumer Protection Hotline at 1-800-351-4889 or fill out a Consumer Dispute Form.

174 $ millions recovered for taxpayers
1071 arrests made
402 opinions issued
74 drug take back boxes
Medicaid Recipients in Nursing Homes Are Entitled to Keep Stimulus Checks

It is imperative these stimulus checks go to those who rightfully belong to them. Any illegal seizure of these funds should be immediately reported to my Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.

Hundreds of Millions in Relief Announced for Subprime Auto Loan Consumers

General Landry: Thousands of consumers were exposed to unnecessarily high levels of risk when they were placed into auto loans with a high probability of default. This settlement with the auto loan giant not only provides relief to those consumers, but also requires Santander to factor in a consumer’s ability to pay a loan into its underwriting in the future.

Attorney General Jeff Landry Warns Consumers of Recent Children’s Product Recalls

General Landry: As your Attorney General, I am committed to making our State a safer place for families. By taking just a brief moment to learn about these recalled products, we can help protect the safety and well-being of all Louisiana children.