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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 Continue Reading >

BBB celebrates National Consumer Protection Week with a BBB Tip-A-Day

To celebrate the 16th Annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), Better Business Bureau is offering savvy consumers seven important tips. Sign up here to receive a BBB tip-a-day on the latest consumer topics. For a decade, BBB has enjoyed supporting NCPW and we are pleased to, once again, encourage every consumer to take full advantage of their consumer rights and make better-informed purchasing decisions. Continue Reading >

BBB celebrates National Consumer Protection Week with a BBB Tip-A-Day

To celebrate the 16th Annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), Better Business Bureau is offering savvy consumers seven important tips. Sign up here to receive a BBB tip-a-day on the latest consumer topics. For a decade, BBB has enjoyed supporting NCPW and we are pleased to, once again, encourage every consumer to take full advantage of their consumer rights and make better-informed purchasing decisions. Continue Reading >

Share the National Consumer Protection Week video

National Consumer Protection Week — March 2-8 this year — is a time to highlight free consumer resources that help people avoid scams, prevent identity theft and make more informed buying decisions. Just in time for this 16th annual celebration, here’s a new video, available in the NCPW Toolkit, to help you get the word out about the week to your network of colleagues, neighbors, friends and family. Continue Reading >

Share the National Consumer Protection Week video

National Consumer Protection Week — March 2-8 this year — is a time to highlight free consumer resources that help people avoid scams, prevent identity theft and make more informed buying decisions. Just in time for this 16th annual celebration, here’s a new video, available in the NCPW Toolkit, to help you get the word out about the week to your network of colleagues, neighbors, friends and family. Continue Reading >

Share the National Consumer Protection Week video

National Consumer Protection Week — March 2-8 this year — is a time to highlight free consumer resources that help people avoid scams, prevent identity theft and make more informed buying decisions. Just in time for this 16th annual celebration, here’s a new video, available in the NCPW Toolkit, to help you get the word out about the week to your network of colleagues, neighbors, friends and family. Continue Reading >

Finding common ground in Las Vegas

Throughout the Silver State, people are working every day to help Nevadans get ahead. Legal services attorneys, law enforcers and consumer advocates are working with residents on issues from changing their immigration status to protecting them from scams of all kinds. Continue Reading >

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NCPW News/Events

Florida’s Orange County shows college students how to fight fraud

The Orange County Consumer Fraud Unit will host a Grand Fair at Rollins College in Winter Park on February 25-26, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., both days. The fair will provide the students of Rollins College useful information on a multitude of consumer protection topics of their interest. Partners include:

  • The Florida Attorney General’s Office
  • The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
  • Orange County Consumer Fraud Unit
  • Central Florida Better Business Bureau
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NCPW News/Events

Random text message? No real prize is waiting for you

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Don’t reply to — or click on — a link for a random text message you see on your phone saying that you’ve won a prize, gift card or an expensive electronic like an iPad. It’s most likely a scam. Continue Reading >

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Technology, Scam Alerts

Random text message? No real prize is waiting for you

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Don’t reply to — or click on — a link for a random text message you see on your phone saying that you’ve won a prize, gift card or an expensive electronic like an iPad. It’s most likely a scam. Continue Reading >

Blog Topic: 
Technology, Scam Alerts

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