Investigations Complaints The Division investigates matters pertaining to business licenses, the sale of tobacco products, and licensed professionals. Please be aware that not all issues will fall within our jurisdiction and you may have to contact other agencies for assistance. We encourage you to call our office prior to submitting a complaint to ensure that we are able to assist you. Check our Complaint FAQ for advice and answers to many questions about filing a complaint. Businesses and Tobacco Endorsements: If a business is operating without a business license, improperly licensed, or selling tobacco products without an endorsement we may be able to assist you. To see if a business has a license and/or a tobacco endorsement, check our business license search. Professionals: If you would like to file a complaint against a licensed or unlicensed professional, please check the list of regulated professions to ensure the complaint falls within our jurisdiction. To see if someone is professionally licensed or if an existing licensee has disciplinary action, you can use the professional license search. Disciplinary actions will be notated in the license detail. Contact Us To initiate a complaint against a business or professional, and to see if your complaint falls within our jurisdiction, fill out a request for contact form and submit it to our Anchorage office. Request for Contact Form State of Alaska/DCCED Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing Investigations Section 550 West 7th Avenue, Suite 1500 Anchorage, AK 99501-3567 Phone: (907) 269-8437 Fax: (907) 269-8195 Investigative Process Learn what happens after a complaint is filed: Investigation Process Complaint and Investigation Flowchart Board or Commission License Action Options Other Information Consumer Protection Information and Legal Resources Alaska State Commission for Human Rights Special Note Regarding Landlords: This office cannot take action against landlords and/or property managers for contractual disputes such as security deposits, rent due, evictions, etc. Please view the Alaska Landlord & Tenant Act.