FTC: Order free materials for National Consumer Protection Week 2017

FTC: Order free materials for National Consumer Protection Week 2017

 National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW) is around the corner! The annual event – March 5-11, 2017 – is a time to help people understand their consumer rights, make well-informed decisions about money, and spot scams.

Thinking about hosting an event? Our new feature page has all the information . . . → Read More: FTC: Order free materials for National Consumer Protection Week 2017

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Privacy Awareness Week 2014

Privacy Awareness Week 2014

How can you participate in Privacy Awareness Week? Visit OnGuardOnline.gov, the U.S. government’s website to help you stay safe, secure, and responsible online. It features videos, games, articles, and blog posts with practical tips for using computers and mobile devices.

Here are some examples of what you’ll find on the site:

Net Cetera: Chatting with . . . → Read More: Privacy Awareness Week 2014

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Welcome to NCPW 2014

Welcome to NCPW 2014

 

Message from the FTC
 
Sunday marked the 16th annual National Consumer Protection Week.
 
The Federal Trade Commission stands with 74 federal, state and local agencies and organizations to stand up for consumers by highlighting the very best in consumer education resources.

The NCPW site offers practical and timely information to help you recognize and report scams; . . . → Read More: Welcome to NCPW 2014

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National Consumer Protection Week March 2-8, 2014 – Get Involved

National Consumer Protection Week
 
March 2-8, 2014
 
Get Involved
 

Use these banners, buttons, sample documents, and other tools to promote National Consumer Protection Week.
 
Reach Out to Your Community

There are several great ways to share NCPW or your own event with your community

Be a gracious host

Host a forum, workshop or seminar in your community and share the tools people need for . . . → Read More: National Consumer Protection Week March 2-8, 2014 – Get Involved

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Resolve to be an Informed Consumer

Resolve to be an Informed Consumer

As you jot down your list of resolutions for 2012, why not consider a few to help you become more empowered in the marketplace?

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, and other NCPW partner agencies and organizations, offer free resources on a variety of topics to help you . . . → Read More: Resolve to be an Informed Consumer

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