Hispanic consumers

Debt Collection & the Latino Community: October 23 Roundtable in Long Beach, CA

On October 23rd, 2014, staff from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will be at The Pointe Conference Center at California State University in Long Beach to co-host a roundtable featuring consumer advocates, industry leaders, state and federal regulators and academics. “Debt Collection & the Latino Community” will examine debt collection issues pertaining to Latino consumers who have limited English proficiency. Continue Reading >

Order free consumer resources for your Hispanic Heritage Month celebration

The calendar says August: time for TV re-runs, back-to-school sales and the beginning of the futbol season. It’s also time to start planning for Hispanic Heritage Month.

The FTC has free resources to help people learn their rights and avoid fraud. Not sure where to start? Try some of our most popular publications. They’re about scams, online safety, identity theft, scams against immigrants, and managing your money. Continue Reading >

U.S. Department of Labor hosts Women's Health Week webinar in Spanish

Women are key consumers of health benefits.  Working women often make the most important health care decisions for their family and act as caregivers when family members fall ill.  As a result, they need to be well informed about health coverage.  There are many health coverage protections under the law - many that specifically benefit women.  Women need the knowledge and tools that will help them carry out their many roles when it comes to health coverage decisions. Continue Reading >

Visit the FTC at the NCLR Annual Conference in Los Angeles

The FTC is going to sunny California!

If you are near Los Angeles July 19 – 22, visit the FTC booth at the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) annual conference! I’ll be there, with other bilingual staffers, to answer your questions relating to frauds and scams, as well as how to file a complaintContinue Reading >