Posts

Showing posts with the label FTC National Consumer Protection Week.

FTC National Consumer Protection Week: The FTC Best of 2015.

Image
The FTC’s best of 2015 Nat Wood Associate Director, Consumer & Business Education, FTC Here at the FTC, we spend most of our time working to protect your consumer rights and promote fair competition among companies. We conduct investigations, bring cases, give people tips and advice, help businesses comply with the law, and advocate for consumer-friendly policies around the world. Read more >

Got 3 minutes for computer security?: FTC National Consumer Protection Week - July 24, 2015.

Image
Got 3 minutes for computer security? Preston Reisig Consumer Education Intern, FTC You wouldn’t leave your house keys in the door, would you? Of course not — most people keep their homes and cars locked and secured at all times. If not, someone could get in and steal your belongings and personal information. Read more >

FCC Help Center Provides a Powerful Tool for Consumers: FTC National Consumer Protection Week - March 3, 2015.

Image
FCC Help Center Provides a Powerful Tool for Consumers Kris Monteith Acting Chief, Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau, FCC The Federal Communications Commission this year launched a new  Consumer Help Center  to improve its process for engaging and informing consumers, helping you better protect yourself when you experience problems with communications technologies and services and helping us better serve you when you have a complaint Read more >

FTC National Consumer Protection Week - Published on December 19, 2014: Refunds for customers crammed by T-Mobile.

Image
Refunds for customers crammed by T-Mobile Cristina Miranda Consumer Education Specialist, FTC Some current and former T-Mobile customers are about to get their money back. As part of a  $90 million dollar proposed settlement , T-Mobile is refunding customers who were unfairly billed third-party charges  by the company. Read more >