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FTC Looks at Finance Issues Involving Military

FTC Looks at Finance Issues Involving Military Featured

Auto purchase, financing, and leasing will be among the topics at an upcoming Federal Trade Commission workshop.
The FTC is hosting a workshop in San Antonio, Texas, on July 19 to examine financial issues and scams that can affect military consumers, including active duty service members in all branches and veterans. The workshop also will discuss FTC resources available to military consumer advocates and representatives on financial readiness and fraud prevention, including the FTC’s Military Consumer Toolkit, available at Military.Consumer.gov.
The FTC’s Military Consumer Financial Workshop: Protecting Those Who Protect Our Nation will bring together military consumer advocates, consumer groups, government representatives (local, state, and federal), military legal services and legal clinics (including those at universities), all service branches, and industry representatives.

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