Hillsborough County offers tips to renters

In observance of the 16th Annual National Consumer Protection Week, the Hillsborough County Consumer Protection Agency in Tampa, Florida, has joined other experts to help educate consumers to make better financial decisions. Find the top five tips to “Avoid the Rip-Offs of Renting” by visiting us online. Also, here is a list of NCPW events happening in the county during the week:

03-04-14, 12:10pm – 03:00pm

Wharton High School

20150 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.

Tampa, FL  33647

Topic: Landlord/Tenant for teens

Speaker: Debbie Brown, Investigator II

03-05-14, 02:00pm – 04:00pm              

Metropolitan Ministries                             

2002 N. Florida Avenue, Dining Room

Tampa, FL  33602

Topic: Landlord/ Tenant PPT

Agency Reps: Debbie Brown & Cindy Anderson, Investigators                                   

03-06-14, 2:00pm – 03:30pm      

Bayshore Presbyterian Apartments      

2909 W. Barcelona Street                                            

Topic: Scams against Senior Citizens

Speaker: Debbie Brown, Investigator II


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