reprinted from New Hampshire Office of the Consumer Advocate
Public Information Workshop
National Consumer Protection week is March 1 through March 7, and the Office of the Consumer Advocate (OCA) will hold a public information workshop at the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester. This event will take place on March 6 between the hours of 11 A.M. to 5 P.M near Center Court.
• Do you need assistance understanding your public utility bill(s)?
• Are you looking for guidance regarding competitive suppliers?
• Are you considering energy efficiency projects for home?
• Having trouble paying your public utility bills?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, please stop by on March 6 anytime between 11-5. A member of the OCA will be available to answer your questions, hear your concerns, and provide information about the issues that affect New Hampshire’s residential consumers. This is also an opportunity for you to let us know what issues you want to learn more about for future news releases and newsletters.
Even if these questions don’t prompt you to attend, maybe there is something else that you are concerned with or would like to know more about. There are many state agencies in New Hampshire. We can help you determine which state agency can respond to your complaint or inquiry.
The Mall of New Hampshire has generously donated the use of their facility for this public information workshop. Please share in our gratitude by coming for a visit.
The OCA is an independent state agency representing the interests of residential utility ratepayers. To contact the OCA call 603-271-1172, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.oca.nh.gov.
Contact: Christina Martin, Legal Assistant, Office of Consumer Advocate – 271-1172