Protecting Missouri's Institutions, Businesses and Citizens from Fraud on the Marketplace

Missouri’s businesses, consumers and taxpayers rely on a fair and competitive marketplace.  

Price fixing, bid rigging and other collusive activities impact prices and the availability of products and supplies and can undermine competition, costing businesses, public entities, and, ultimately, taxpayers, thousands, if not millions of dollars.  

The Missouri Attorney General is responsible for enforcing the antitrust laws to prevent restraints of trade and to promote competition in Missouri. State and federal law confer powers on the Attorney General to investigate possible antitrust violations and take action to stop those practices that are harmful to competition in our state.

If you suspect an antitrust violation, report the suspicious activity to the Missouri Attorney General's Office. Call our Consumer Fraud Hotline at 1-800-392-8222 or write the Consumer Protection Division at P.O. Box 899 Jefferson City, MO 65102.

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