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General Consumer Information

Consumer.gov A government website providing consumer protection basics on money, credit, loans & debt. As well as scams & identity theft.

CFPB: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau This government agency was created after the 2008 financial crisis to protect consumers. Here you can submit a complaint or view the complaint database, use their consumer tools and educational resources, and more.

Consumer Information from the Federal Trade Commission They are the nations consumer protection agency. On this site you can learn about consumer issues on money, health, privacy, and more. As well as file a complain or report fraud. 

Consumer World A public service consumer resource guide.

National Do Not Call Registry A part of the FTC. The registry allows you to register your home and cell phones for free.

Consumer Product Safety Commission A federal regulatory agency overseeing product safety concerns. On this site you can report a potentially hazardous product, learn about safety regulations and check for recalls on products.

Identity Theft Recovery Steps A part of the FTC. This site is dedicated to helping you report and recovery from identity theft.

 
Money Matters

Annual Credit Report The official site for your free credit report.

My Money.gov A U.S. government site dedicated to teaching the basics of financial education.

Investor.gov A part of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission here to help you invest wisely and avoid fraud.

 
Product Reviews & Recalls

Consumer Reports Complete issues of the magazine are available in print at the library or online through MasterFile Premier (found on our databases page). Additional information and limited rating and reviews can be accessed on their website. 

Recalls.gov Product recall information from multiple government agencies combined on one website.

Safer Car.gov From the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, everything you need to know about car safety, tires, car seats, and more.

Food Safety.gov From the U.S. Department Health & Human Services. Food recalls and alerts, along with additional saftey information and tips.