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Visit the FTC at NCLR in Missouri

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If you’re in Kansas City, Missouri on July 11-14, come see the FTC at the annual National Council of La Raza conference. Bilingual staff will be at our booth to answer all of your questions about how to detect and avoid fraud. We also will be handing out free booklets, bookmarks, and articles that explain how to deal with debt, prevent identity theft, and avoid scams against immigrants. It’s all free to take and share with your family and friends, or at community events. At the FTC booth, you can:

  • Be the first to receive a free hot-off-the-press copy of the FTC’s newest fotonovela to help Spanish-speakers avoid notario scams.
  • Check out the Pass It On materials we designed to start older adults talking about scams. 
  • Learn how to help people in your community, using free resources – presentations, quizzes, worksheets, and more – available on

Not near Kansas City? Check out all of our consumer information online in English and in Spanish, including great audio tips and online videos. You can even order large quantities of consumer publications to distribute (all for free) through


July 11-15 was meant I guess.

I am interesting with credit protect for business and bank protect security. Thank you for response.

I would like to get information some book from your advisor for protect credit scam payment.

I am done with this Federal Trade Commission! I have written a few complaints about a payday loan agency, ACS/Advance Cash Services and I have gotten nothing in return. You could at least tell me "there's nothing we can do, your old and you've been scammed or something"! Now they are using another name trying to get more from me. They are using the ploy, SS check will be held, see you in court, thousands of dollars to settle. This is enough to drive older people to extreme measures. Now I know what "going postal" feels like. So thanks for the no help, I sure appreciate it!

You can report problems with a debt collector to your state Attorney General’s office, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Your Attorney General’s office can help you determine your rights under your state’s law.

If you need more help, you could check with a legal aid lawyer  or another attorney in your state. Some state bar associations help people find a lawyer, so you could search online for your state association and contact them.

Credit counselors help people with financial problems. This article tells you about choosing a Credit Counselor, and getting help with debt.

I have had that same place ACS/ADVANCE CASH try to get money out of me too!! I want to let you know Gmom that they are in India and they are some how finding a way too get to us. They also use American fake names to fool you but don't let them get you!! They tried to get me twice and I paid them nothing and I called my bank and let them know what was going on and they sent me proof of my account that there was no money deposited into my account whatsoever. Don't let those lying scam and extortioners get anymore of your money GMOM PLEASE!!

when will you come too Bloomington Indiana 47401 too pass out things pleases

You can order FTC publications online and we'll send them to you for free! Go to to order.

We have free brochures, booklets, fotonovellas and other items in English, Spanish and other languages.

You can get a few items, or order a lot to share with friends, family and neighbors

I need some help I work for a city can they put there traffic revenue into a cdbg HUD Grant account

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