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Consumer protection

Consumer protection covers a wide range of topics including but not necessarily limited to product liability, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act[?], the Fair Credit Reporting Act[?], Truth in Lending Act[?], Fair Billing Act[?], The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and much more.

It deals with bankruptcy, credit repair, debt repair[?], consolidation and much more.

See also: Federal Trade Commission

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