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The law on deceptive trade practice in Minnesota

As a consumer, you are subject to a large amount of information distributed by traders every day. This is true for when you drive past billboards, walk into a store and view certain deals, and get advice from car dealerships, for example. While most of this information is trustworthy, some companies do engage in deceptive trade practices.

State prosecutors take aim at opioid makers for consumer fraud

Many people throughout Minnesota and the rest of the country who get caught up in the deadly grip of opioid addiction first started taking the drugs because a doctor prescribed them as pain relievers. Vicodin, Percocet and OxyContin are among the opioids most commonly prescribed. Too often, when people can no longer get their prescription drugs, they move to powerful illegal drugs like heroin to feed their addiction.

How to prevent identity theft

As more of life becomes digitalized, consumers tend to store more information online. If personal information is not adequately protected, consumers can unfortunately become victim to identity theft. This can lead to very serious consequences, since fraudsters are able to cause a lot of damage, both financial and logistical, in a very short amount of time.

Responding to a consumer scam

With digital marketplaces becoming the norm, we do more and more of our shopping online. This can mean that we as consumers become complacent when it comes to deciding what platforms are trustworthy. Fraudulent people are trying to take advantage of people's use of the internet for online shopping; therefore, it is easy to become victim to scams.

What's considered to be a deceptive trade practice?

Both state and federal laws exist on the books aimed at protecting consumers from being taken advantage of by both retailers and manufacturers. The overwhelming goal in passing these laws was to dissuade the parties from making exaggerated or deceptive claims when either advertising or marketing their products.

Taking action as a victim of auto dealer fraud

When purchasing any type of item, you run some risk of being victim to fraud or dishonesty. However, the more expensive the item, the more there is to lose. When you are a victim of auto dealer fraud, there is also the added factor of compromised safety that may affect you.

Understanding the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

One of the most irritating annoyances in these times is spam or sales calls. They always seem to happen at the most inconvenient times; maybe you are trying to relax with your family or get some important work done in the office. They can even occur in the middle of the night, tricking you into believing it's an important call and disrupting your sleep.

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