NATIONAL CONSUMER PROTECTION WEEK: GIVING YOU THE TOOLS YOU NEED FOR TODAY'S ECONOMY

National Consumer Protection Week

NATIONAL CONSUMER PROTECTION WEEK: GIVING YOU THE TOOLS YOU NEED FOR TODAY'S ECONOMY

American Financial Solutions’ is proud to announce that it has joined a group of federal, state, and local government agencies and national consumer advocacy organizations to launch the 11th annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), March 1-7, 2009.

NCPW 2009 — Nuts and Bolts: Tools for Today’s Economy — focuses on giving consumers the tools they need to make smart financial decisions in today’s marketplace. Information can help people get the most for their money, whether they are trying to stretch their paychecks, find a quick fix for a spotty credit history, or tell the difference between a real deal and a potentially fraudulent product or service.

NCPW partner organizations have tips on a wide range of topics, from how to get a free credit report to how to spot a telemarketing scam, from how to deal with debt to how to deter and detect identity theft, from how to avoid home and auto repair scams to how to file a consumer complaint with the appropriate authorities.

Visit the website at www.consumer.gov/ncpw where you'll find tips on getting involved and promoting NCPW.

NATIONAL CONSUMER PROTECTION WEEK: GIVING YOU THE TOOLS YOU NEED FOR TODAY’S ECONOMY

American Financial Solutions’ is proud to announce that it has joined a group of federal, state, and local government agencies and national consumer advocacy organizations to launch the 11th annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), March 1-7, 2009.

NCPW 2009 — Nuts and Bolts: Tools for Today's Economy; focuses on giving consumers the tools they need to make smart financial decisions in today's marketplace. Information can help people get the most for their money, whether they are trying to stretch their paychecks, find a quick fix for a spotty credit history, or tell the difference between a real deal and a potentially fraudulent product or service.

NCPW partner organizations have tips on a wide range of topics, from how to get a free credit report to how to spot a telemarketing scam, from how to deal with debt to how to deter and detect identity theft, from how to avoid home and auto repair scams to how to file a consumer complaint with the appropriate authorities.

Visit the website at www.consumer.gov/ncpw where you’ll find tips on getting involved and promoting NCPW.