Indiana AG Offers Help With Propane Shortage

February 6, 2014
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Consumers who face critically low propane levels have another resource.

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced Wednesday that his office will assist customers whose propane tank supply is less than 10 percent and are having trouble contacting their propane supplier.

Usually, consumers are required to get written approval from their supplier before purchasing propane from another company. Zoeller said exceptions can be made.

The Attorney Generals Office has received 290 complaints related to consumer propane issues since December 16. If you are dealing with a propane shortage of your own, contact the Attorney General’s Office at 800-382-5516.

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