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Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs Announces Multi-State Settlement Resolving Enviga Implied Weight Loss Claims
Companies to pay $650,000 in multi-state settlement and add disclosures to Enviga marketing claims.
Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs Urges Consumers to Monitor Financial Accounts in Wake of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Data Breach
Consumers cautioned that data breach may lead to identity theft...
How to steer clear of extended warranties that don't deliver on their promises...
New car buyers benefit from improvements under revised Lemon Law.
Don't get scammed by email alert claiming to be from Capital One.
Disreputable debt adjustment companies can put consumers into even greater debt. Know what to look out for...
When dealers don't pay liens, consumers pay the price...
Report lists the nation's top consumer complaints and tips on how consumers can protect themselves...
Public Service Commission rejects seasonal fuel rate stipulation.
Governor signs bills enabling consumers to freeze their credit, establishing GBI Identity Task Force, and increasing penalties for Internet phishing.
Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs settles with National City Commercial Capital Company, LLC.
Phony emails trick consumers into disclosing personal and financial information to identity thieves...
Georgia's Price Gouging Statutes were activated for the city of Atlanta within Fulton County when Governor Perdue signed a State of Emergency declaration on Saturday, March 15, 2008, at 2:35 PM...
Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs Joins Coalition to Sponsor 10th Annual National Consumer Protection Week
OCA advises Georgia consumers how to protect themselves against fraud.
Senator Carter to carry legislation; GBI to lead the state's fight against Identity Theft
Office of Consumer Affairs settles with seller of counterfeit iPods...