Share the National Consumer Protection Week video

National Consumer Protection Week — March 2-8 this year — is a time to highlight free consumer resources that help people avoid scams, prevent identity theft and make more informed buying decisions. Just in time for this 16th annual celebration, here’s a new video, available in the NCPW Toolkit, to help you get the word out about the week to your network of colleagues, neighbors, friends and family.


This 60-second video provides an overview of what the week is all about. It is ideal to include on your website or social media page or to download and show at any event — community or club meetings, school gatherings, conferences… you name it! There are lots of other items you can use to build awareness of your consumer education activities during NCPW or any time of the year.

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26 Feb: 2014: Wed: I want to thank US Senator Carl Levin & US Senator John McCain for their great effort @ exposing the Swiss Bank Credit
Suisse & also the Swiss bank UBS . The 1 percent who use off-shore bank accounts to evade paying US taxes to the tune of about 100 billion $$$$$ dollars to the US Treasury !!!!! Please keep on these two big banks, & also force the US Justice Dept. to go after these foreign banks. Citizens go to the L.A Times article on page # B5 , dated 26 Feb: 2014 for the rest of this excellent story. Thanks you Senators McCain & Levin for an out-standing job!! Regards: Chuck.

My computers have been hacked daily now for over 5 years, they are all apples and my iPhone included I have contacted apple numerous times and had them checked numerous times and no one seems to want to help solve the problem or just can't. I need all the help and guidance I can receive.

Check out the FTC's information on Computer Safety and Hacked Emails.


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