Contents: Part I -- Be A Savvy Consumer: Buyer Beware; Banking; Cars; Credit; Financing Your Education; Employment; Food and Nutrition; Health Care; Housing; Insurance; Internet; Investing; Phones; Privacy Protection and Identity Theft; Smart Home Shopping; Telemarketing and Unwanted Mail; Travel; TV; Wills and Funerals; Part II -- Filing a Complaint: Contact the Seller; Contact Third Parties; Sample Complaint Letter: Dispute Resolution Programs; Small Claims Court; Legal Help and Information; Report Fraud and Safety Hazard; Part III -- Key Information Resources: For Teachers; For Persons with Disabilities; For Military Personnel; Part IV -- Consumer Assistance Directory. Illus.To find out whether a manufacturer has recalled a car for safety defects, contact NHTSA (p. 111). If a vehicle has ... If you have a vehicle with a unique problem that just never seems to get fixed, you may have a lemon. Some states have laws anbsp;...
|Title||:||Consumer Action Handbook|
|Author||:||Stephen R. Leeds|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2010-05-01|