Learn how you can defend your consumer rights and how to complain, how to avoid fraud.

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Statistic tells that usually consumers complain about:
  • Collection agencies/debt collectors
  • Moving and storage services
  • Home repairs/renovations
  • Motor vehicle purchases/sales
  • Appliances
  • Credit reporting
  • Home furnishings
  • Motor vehicle repairs
  • Health and fitness clubs
  • Energy brokers
  • Telephone/long distance companies.

    Learn how you can defend your consumer rights and how to complain
    Complaints across North America
  • Center for Consumer Freedom
  • The Better Business Bureau of the United States and Canada offers consumers and businesses resources including business and charity reviews, complaints, statistics, ratings, and more to assist in intelligent buying decisions and investment opportunities.
  • Consumer federation of America
  • FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) Consumer News
  • free online fraud victim assistance
  • http://www.callercomplaints.com/StopTelemarketers.aspx
    Complaints in US
  • http://www.fdic.gov/consumers/index.html
  • US http://www.consumer.gov/
  • Consumer Federation of America (CFA)

    -The Consumer Credit Protection Act of 1968
    Complaints in Canada
  • Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (formerly PhoneBusters)
  • Consumers' Association of Canada : Consumer Complaints and Information
  • Canada Better Business Bureau
  • consumer-protection Canada
    Complaints in Ontario and Toronto
    If you are looking for advice how to complain you can contact the Ministry of Consumer Services at
    (416) 326-8800 in the Greater
    Toronto Area, toll-free across Ontario at 1-800-889-9768 or via e-mail at
    consumer@ontario.ca or visit the ministry's website at www.ontario.ca/consumerservices.

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