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  • Welcome!

    Welcome to the official website for the Kansas attorney general’s office.  We work hard every day to serve Kansas, and I hope you will find this information helpful.

    Thank you for the privilege of serving as our state’s 44th attorney general!

    Best wishes,
    Derek


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  • Consumer Corner: Watch out for utility scams

    As summer approaches and the temperatures outside continue to rise, so does the possibility that scammers impersonating your utility company are going to show up at your doorstep or call over the phone.


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  • AG Derek Schmidt: Telecom companies adopt principles to help state attorneys general protect Americans from illegal robocalls

    Twelve of the nation’s largest telecommunications companies have agreed to adopt a set of principles that will help state attorneys general protect Americans from illegal robocalls, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced.

    The agreement outlines a set of eight principles to fight illegal robocalls through both prevention and enforcement efforts.


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  • AG Derek Schmidt: States reach $600 million settlement with Equifax for data breach affecting more than 1.1 million Kansans

    Kansas and 49 other states and jurisdictions have reached a settlement with Equifax as the result of an investigation into a massive 2017 data breach that exposed the personal information of more than 1.1 million Kansans.


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  • AG Derek Schmidt: Consumer Protection Division recovers $16 million in 2018

    The attorney general’s Consumer Protection Division recovered more than $16 million for Kansas consumers and taxpayers last year.

    In its annual report to the governor and legislature, Schmidt’s office reported nearly $16.4 million in savings and recoveries to Kansas consumers and the state treasury in calendar year 2018. During Schmidt’s administration, the division has recovered a total of more than $225 million, by far the most in state history.


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