Consumer Tips

Learn about the latest trends, scams and consumer tips and other resources.

Diet Supplement Manufacturers Fined Millions of Dollars for Promoting Products Using Deceptive Claims
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Detailed Resources are Available for Consumers and Businesses to Lessen the Chances of Becoming Victims
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“Gray Market” Merchandise Can Eliminate Any Savings
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Take Your Time to Decide Whether You Will be Able to Get a Better Deal Later in the Season
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Undelivered Parcels, Theft and Risky Email Notices Hit Consumers as the Holidays Approach
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Retailers Expected to Increase Hiring, Wages and Opportunities for Full time Employment
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Anti-Theft Chips Can Fall off and be Used to Commit Fraud
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Connecticut BBB says an Old Scam is Gaining New Traction in Local Communities
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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Emphasizes Data Theft Risks and How Businesses and Consumers Can Reduce Potential Dangers
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Complaints by Type of Industry Show Little Change Compared With Previous Years
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