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Spot and avoid scams and unfair, deceptive, and fraudulent business practices with tips from the FTC, America's consumer protection agency.


Consumers are reporting a new imposter scam — this time the callers are pretending to be with the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (VCF). According to reports, the callers are telling people they may be entitled to money, and they are asking people for their personal information to determine if they are eligible.


Identity theft tops the list of complaints to the FTC by consumers nationwide.


This assessment describes the requirements for the consumer information that a school must provide to students, the Department, and others. Review the Consumer Information Disclosures at a Glance document that provides a summary of school disclosure requirements. If you identify areas requiring a corrective action, ...


All institutions participating in federal financial aid programs are required to notify enrolled and potential students and current and prospective employees regarding available consumer information. This document provides access to required consumer information guide (PDF).


From managing and predicting credit risk to helping you to understand a consumer's past behavior, our products are crucial to developing a strong business strategy for the future.


the information needed by consumers when researching, purchasing, and completing a purchase. Examples of consumer information needs include: product attributes (e.g. specification, price, quality standards), expert and consumer opinions, and vendor reputation. Learn more in: Consumer Information Sharing. Find more ...


Early Warning is a nationwide specialty consumer reporting agency that complies with applicable Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) regulations. Financial institutions provide information to us about checking and savings account history and activity. We support consumers' rights to dispute and correct inaccurate or ...


In accordance with federal regulations described in the Student Right-to-Know and Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, as amended, and the Campus Security Act of 1990, below is a listing of consumer information that must be available to all students at Earlham College. Each topic links to the necessary information.