Florida consumer agency hosts seven consumer protection events for NCPW

In celebration of National Consumer Protection Week 2014, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is hosting the following events for Florida’s consumers:


  • Consumer protection presentations will be done at South Sumter High School in Bushnell, Florida.


  • Consumer protection presentations will be done at South Sumter High School in Bushnell, Florida.
  • Proclamation from Miami-Dade County will be presented at the Board of County Commissioner’s meeting, Miami, Florida.




  • Partner with Flag Credit Union at their community garage sale and shredding event, Tallahassee, Florida. Event starts at 7 a.m. and runs until 1 p.m. EST.
  • Booth at Southland Mall -  Consumer related information will be distributed, Miami, Florida.


U S Metal Buildings conducts illegal activities and misrepresents services to the public. They use
representatives to obtain your debit card # and then bill for services not provided. They are not accredited with the BBB and have a F rating. Do not sign anything with them and do not expect them to live up to their verbal agreements. They have a pattern of complaints and they are a fraudulent
operation. They fail to provide terms and conditions and they encourage customers to sign unreadable contracts with very small print. Do not trust this Corp. in Deerfield Beach, FL. Read the customer complaints that define how they steal your money.

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