The Bucks County Office of Consumer Protection announced today that it has opened an additional office in Lower Bucks County, staffed with a consumer investigator to assist residents.
The newly opened office is at the Lower Bucks Government Services Center, 7321 New Falls Road, Levittown, PA 19055
The office will be staffed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. It will supplement the main Consumer Protection Office at the Bucks County Administration Building, 55 East Court Street in Doylestown, which is open Monday through Friday during the same hours.
The mission of the Bucks County Office of Consumer Protection/Weights and Measures is to create and keep a fair and equitable marketplace for consumers as well as businesses.
The office conducts mediation of consumer complaints against businesses for Bucks County residents or others experiencing an issue with a business located in Bucks County. The department can also assist in vetting a contractor you may be considering hiring and provide you with a copy of its informational booklet with tips to help you avoid contractor fraud.
Bucks County Consumer Protection investigators can also help educate and inform residents of various scams and fraud affecting our area. The office can provide guidance and next steps if you have become the victim of a scam.
The public can contact Bucks County Consumer Protection by calling 215-348-6060, toll-free at 1-800-942-2669, or by emailing [email protected] for assistance with consumer issues or answers to consumer-related questions. More information is available at www.buckscounty.gov/ConsumerProtection
Media contact: Michael Bannon, Director of Consumer Protection, [email protected]