California DCA promotes consumer knowledge at NCPW event

The California Department of Consumer Affairs will be hosting our National Consumer Protection Week event on March 4. 

Please join us for an evening of information and education!  Speakers from the Contractors State License Board, the US Postal Inspection Service, the California Department of Business Oversight, and Covered California will be giving tips and ideas on how to use their programs and protect yourself from fraud.

North Natomas Library

March 4, 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

4660 Via Ingoglia, Sacramento, CA 95835

Please RSVP by calling 916-574-7501 or emailing us outreach@dca.ca.gov

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