FTC publications — free and at your fingertips

image of bulkorder site home pageWhen you want free consumer information — for yourself or a group — the FTC is ready to take your order. Looking for identity theft brochures to share with your book club? We’ve got them. Online safety handouts to use in the classroom? Right here. Bookmarks about charity fraud to distribute at a community fair? Absolutely. Our new and better bulkorder site is your gateway to almost 200 free publications for consumers and businesses.

The site helps you tailor your search to the audience, topic, type of material and language that matter to you. And you can choose the quantity you need. Did we mention that shipping is also free?

You can:

  • Sort by audience to find material that suits your crowd; we have items for consumers, parents and teachers, consumer advocates and business people.
  • Sort to see what’s available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean and other languages. All items are described in English, so you can order even if you don’t speak another language.
  • Search for publications in nine topic categories ranging from Scams to Health to Homes & Mortgages.

Inspired? Visit ftc.gov/bulkorder and order up to date, easy to use information.


I am glad finally I was able to get FTC info online. Thank you for your wonderful help and service.

The resources are well researched and organized. The 'Pass it along' fraud packages are well received by the groups I serve.

Someone has usingmy account, please delete it for me.

Do you have fotonovelas in English??

Not yet. Thanks for your interest!

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