As part of its mission to foster fairness and opportunity in the marketplace, the Federal Trade Commission is working with the NAACP to provide resources that will help you empower people in your community. Here, you’ll find links to print resources and videos that you can use to advance your unit’s education and financial literacy programs. Please use these resources for workshops, community fairs, faith community gatherings and other events in your community. Need copies to hand out? Place your order and we’ll send them for free.
On May 19, 2015, the Federal Trade Commission and the NAACP of Georgia will host a conference examining the frauds affecting the African American Community. The conference will bring together legal service attorneys; community leaders; federal, local and state officials; and consumer advocates from around Georgia.
By sharing what they know about scams, older adults can help the people they care about protect themselves against scammers. Share these resources to help start that conversation.
Knowing how to protect your information – and your identity – is a must in the 21st century. Read tips and resources to help you protect yourself, and to recover from identity theft.
If you’re dealing with debt, it’s important to understand your options – and avoid scams that promise solutions (for a fee), but deliver nothing.
Are you seeing offers that claim they can reduce your monthly car loan or lease payment? Maybe help avoid repossession? Read this information before you sign anything.
When it comes to treatments for health conditions, it can be tough to tell useful products and services from those that don’t work or aren’t safe. It’s unlikely that a supposed ‘cure-all’ can cure anything.
If you have a kid in your life, this guide is for you. Net Cetera offers practical tips and ideas for getting the conversation started about social networking, privacy, mobile devices, computer security, sexting, and cyberbullying.