Portal for consumers to report complaints about online
and related transactions with foreign companies.
Includes contact information for consumer protection
authorities and a complaint form. (econsumer.gov)
Consumer information on a variety of topics such as
filing a consumer complaint, getting your free credit
report, registering for do not call list, news, scams alerts.
Resource for consumer information from the Federal
Government. Examples include Consumer Action Handbook,
scam alerts, and recent bulletins. (ncpw.gov)
Resource for everyday consumer information and
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Free Consumer Publications are available from Federal
Trade Commission on topics as travel, e-commerce and the
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Consumer protection topics by Federal Trade Commission
(FTC) organized in alphabetical order, including managing
your money; credit, loans, debt; scams and identity theft.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) makes
markets for consumer financial products and services
work, such as applying for a mortgage or choosing a
credit card. (Consumerfinance.gov)
Get answers to your financial questions by asking
Submit a complaint on a financial service or product, such as
mortgage, debt collection, credit reporting, consumer
View alphabetical list of resources, such as e-commerce
complaints, credit reports, or complaining about a
product or service. (usa.gov)
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) educates
and protects consumers and provides resources, such as
understanding financial privacy or protecting bank
accounts and money. (fdic.gov)
Become an informed consumer by reading FDIC's free
publications. Submit comments or complaints regarding your
financial institution or bank.
The Health Resources and Services Administration
offers free publications including consumer-related
See the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer
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