Top 10 Scams: Billing consumers for optional services that they
never ordered, was the number one scam reported to the National Fraud
Information Center last year. Discover what other schemes made the list
and learn how to avoid them.
Guide to Reducing Junk: It’s about time! This site covers what you
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Internet Consumer Recycling Guide: Provides a starting point for
consumers in the USA and Canada searching the net for recycling
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Consumer Line: Consumer Line is the online service of the Office of
Consumer and Business Education of the Bureau of Consumer Protection. It
offers the full text of approximately 150 consumer publications on a
wide range of categories.
The Better Business
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business and consumer alerts as well as many other helpful resources.
You can even file a complaint online and more. This web site is provided
by the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc., and the BBB system of
over 150 Bureaus located throughout the United States and Canada.
Blue Book: Don't buy or sell a car without checking out this
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Federal Trade Commission (FTC): To submit a complaint to the Federal
Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection about a particular
company or organization. The FTC does not resolve individual consumer
problems, your complaint helps them investigate fraud, and can lead to
law enforcement action.
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