Tweet Your Consumer Questions to the Experts

Got questions about debt collection, identity theft or online safety? Here’s your chance to get them answered, live, by consumer protection experts.

On Wednesday, March 6 at 2:00 PM EST, the Federal Citizen Information Center of the U.S. General Services Administration and the Federal Trade Commission and will host a Twitter chat to answer your questions about debt collection, guarding against identity theft, protecting yourself and loved ones online, and other consumer protection topics.

To join the conversation, direct questions @USA.gov and use the hashtag #NCPW and #FTCcharla in Spanish. (And please pass this information along to others who may have questions about their consumer rights!)

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Why are we not more protected from cheap services and goods imported from oversea country that are up to are standards, and are we not producing more for export to other. Made in china should be made in the US.

How can GSA explain why their agents are immune to critical examination and appropriate sanction when they commit the following crimes (Identity Theft, Credit and
Debit Cards fraud, Stealing of children identity, Mortgage Fraud, Stealing of Postage letters and packages, Money and Paypal Scams, Telephone Scams, Nigerian Scams, Medical Scams, Collection Of Non- Existent Debts, Telephone Cramming, Hacking of Telephones And
Computers, Robbocalls, fraudulent Credit Reporting, Fraudulent Account Charges, Arbitrary Closure of legitimate accounts and opening of fake accounts, disclosure and misuse
of contacts privacy details to town and medical authorities and everybody in the world and lastly fraudulent purchase of properties in many streets, block of flats, underground station and several infringement of fundamental human rights ?
I will like answers to these questions. It is a question of leadership.

There is a company Global Supply Agents (GSA) that has been accused of conducting lotteries and scams on the Internet. This organization is not in anyway affiliated with the U.S. General Services Administration (also known as GSA).
Like all federal employees, GSA employees have annual training regarding the ethical use and handling of personally identifiable information. If you believe that someone in the government has mishandled this type of information, please report it to the agency's inspector general.

I purchased some furniture for $2,700. from a store, but the owners sold them AND kept my money. My attorney told told me that I should agree to take $800. S settlement as they had a v.good attorney. I even gave them the receipt on which one of their partners wrote balances after receipt of cash.

There is a company Global Supply Agents (GSA) that has been accused of conducting lotteries and scams on the Internet. This organization is not in anyway affiliated with the U.S. General Services Administration (also known as GSA).
Like all federal employees, GSA employees have annual training regarding the ethical use and handling of personally identifiable information. If you believe that someone in the government has mishandled this type of information, please report it to the agency's inspector general.

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