John W. Suthers

Thank you for visiting the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and Department of Law webpage. It is a true honor and privilege to serve as Colorado’s 38th Attorney General and the state’s top law enforcement official. Every day, we work hard to protect consumers from fraud, prosecute criminals who prey upon our citizens and preserve and safeguard Colorado’s natural beauty.

Our job is to provide ethical representation and legal advice of the highest caliber to our client agencies and service of the highest quality to the people of Colorado. Please explore our site to learn more about the work we do on behalf of the people of Colorado and our state government client agencies. I think you will be amazed by how our work affects you.

 


For additional information about our Consumer Protection efforts, please visit www.stopfraudcolorado.gov.  Here you will be able to sign up for consumer fraud tips and alerts, learn about ways to protect yourself from fraud, and find out where to report fraudulent or suspicious activity.

News & Press Releases

DENVER—In recognition of National Consumer Protection Week, the Consumer Protection Section of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office unveiled its annual list of the top ten consumer complaints. During the 2014 calendar year, consumers filed 9,568 complaints and inquiries. This represents a 10% increase in complaints and inquiries from the 8,654 complaints filed in 2013.

DENVER — The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday ordered a debt settlement company using the name World Law to cease certain operations in the state.

State-Federal Agreement Totaling $1.375 Billion Resolves Allegations S&P Inflated Ratings for Risky Mortgage Investments

DENVER—Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman announced today that Colorado will receive $21,535,714 from Standard & Poor’s Financial Services LLC to resolve allegations S&P misled investors when it rated structured finance securities in the lead-up to the financial crisis and beyond. Colorado joins with 18 other states and the District of Columbia, as well as the U.S. Department of Justice, in reaching an overall settlement totaling $1.375 billion.

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