National Consumers League

The National Consumers League (NCL), founded in 1899, is America’s oldest consumer organization. Its mission is to protect and promote social and economic justice for consumers and workers in the United States and abroad. NCL offers educational materials on a wide variety of subjects. Among the programs that NCL operates is LifeSmarts, a consumer knowledge contest for teenagers, and the Fraud Center, which provides advice to consumers about telemarketing and Internet fraud and relays information from consumers about suspected scams to law enforcement agencies. Among the programs that NCL operates is LifeSmarts, a consumer knowledge contest for teenagers, and Fraud.org, which provides advice to consumers about telemarketing and Internet fraud and relays information from consumers about suspected scams to law enforcement agencies. NCL also maintains a blog, a Twitter account and a Facebook page.