File a complaint. If you wish to file a complaint against a contractor, you may contact the Department of Business & Professional Regulation online at www. myfloridalicense. com or by phone at (850) 487-1395.
Who regulates Georgia Power?
Georgia Power Company (GPC), an investor-owned electric utility, is fully regulated by the Commission.
How do I report consumer affairs?
The FTC encourages consumers to file a complaint whenever they have been the victim of fraud, identity theft, or other unfair or deceptive business practices. They can do it online, or by calling the FTC’s Consumer Response Center at 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357).
How do I file a claim with Georgia Power?
How do I do that? Call the Georgia Power SurgeDefender Service & Claim Center at 1-863-784-3165. There is no deductible to file a claim.
Can an unlicensed contractor sue in Florida?
No Relief for Contract Violations! The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that, under a draconian 2005 Florida law, an unlicensed contractor cannot sue for breach of contract, even when they have been wronged and even when the party against whom they are seeking relief knew of their unlicensed status.
Who governs electric companies?
A: The Federal government, through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, regulates interstate power sales and service. State governments, through their public utility commissions or equivalent, regulate retail electric service as well as facility planning and siting.
Is Georgia Power the only electric company in Georgia?
Georgia Power is an investor-owned, tax-paying public utility that serves more than 2. 4 million customers in all but four of Georgia’s 159 counties. In 2006, the Savannah Electric & Power Company, a separate subsidiary of Southern Company, was merged into Georgia Power.
What does the Public Service Commission do in Georgia?
Public Service Commission. The Georgia Public Service Commission ensures that consumers receive safe, reliable, and reasonably priced telecommunications, electric, and natural gas services.