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Current warnings about individuals and businesses that pose threats to the marketplace.
The Consumer Bill of Rights outlines the protections that consumers have when buying goods or signing contracts.
Consumer protection laws and investigations, and filing a complaint against a business.
Information on identity theft, text scams, mortgage fraud and odometer fraud.
Sets consistent standards for businesses that offer high-cost credit to protect consumers from unfair business practices.
Outlining rights and responsibilities on various topics are provided to the public by pre-booking a presentation.
Consumer protection laws to ban ticket bots and ensure refund protections from resellers came into effect on August 1, 2018.
Guidance to help consumers and businesses protect themselves from fraud and unfair business practices.
Examples of unfair practices and how the Consumer Protection Act protects consumers from unfair business practices.
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