Get Informed During National Consumer Protection Week

March 05, 2012

Denver, CO – March 5, 2012 – The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is offering consumers seven important daily tips to celebrate the 14th Annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW). Sign up here to receive a BBB daily tip on the latest consumer topics.

During March 4-10, government organizations and nonprofits across the country celebrate NCPW by offering consumers a wealth of tips and information on some of the most important issues affecting consumers today. The BBB goes the extra mile in encouraging every consumer to take full advantage of their consumer rights and make better-informed purchase decisions.

“Fraud affects everyone. Even if you’ve never been a victim of it, the impact that fraud has on the economy affects us as a whole,” said Dale Mingilton, president and CEO of the BBB Serving Denver/Boulder. “The best defense against consumer fraud is education and prevention. Providing such education is the BBB’s primary service to the community.” offers consumers a wide selection of Free Materials to learn how to protect their privacy, stay safe online, manage their money, avoid identity theft, understand mortgages, and avoid fraud and scams.

BBBs will be participating in numerous speaking engagements, community events and media appearances across the nation.

For all consumer news, BBB Business Reviews, BBB Charity Reports, and information about BBB events, please visit

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