Links to more sources of Consumer Protection Information
U.S. Government Sites
Non Government Sites
|National Fraud Information Center/Internet Fraud Watch|
The National Fraud Information Center/Internet Fraud Watch is operated by the National Consumers League. Consumers can get advice about telemarketing or online offers and report telemarketing or Internet fraud by calling 1-800-876-7060 or through the Web site. The NFIC/IFW transmits fraud information to the Federal Trade Commission and other government agencies.
|The Better Business Bureau Web Server|
This site, operated by the Council of Better Business Bureaus, contains consumer and business information on topics such as Scam Alerts and Advisories, Truth and Accuracy in Advertising, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Charity Monitoring and Donor Education, Consumer and Business Education, and Marketplace Complaints and Inquiries. The server also features a directory listing addresses and phone numbers for BBB offices in the U.S. and Canada.
|A Guide for Guarding Personal Information in the Workplace|
A Free service aimed at protecting your personal information online, Provided by Citrix ShareFile
Consumer Sentinel: The Cybertool for Fraud Busters
Located at: FTC Consumer Privacy and Fraud Information/
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Information in this page has been compiled from various sources, including but not limited to ;
US Federal Trade Commission | eConsumer.gov, a 19 nation, joint consumer protection agency | National Association of Attorney Generals | Consumer Sentential | . Also remember many of the government sites do not have scroll bars that most normal site do. In these cases, simply tab through or use your mouse to highlight the text, as you scroll down with the mouse the page will scroll up.
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