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Henry Hintermeister
Creative Associate

"The surge in complaints is a signal of the strain the pandemic put on consumers, and of the minefield of tricks and traps they face in the financial marketplace."

A free Chrome extension and mobile app created by a passionate couple helps customers easily find non-toxic consumer products as they shop online.

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Teresa Murray
Consumer Watchdog

85 percent of Americans are expected to get money -- without the need for you do anything, including clicking any email links, providing any information by phone or paying any fees.

 | by
Henry Hintermeister
Creative Associate

“We don’t attack those negative messages. We just have to profoundly overwhelm the senses with the positive messages — in addition to showing them the spot on your arm where you got the shot.”

27 states have introduced or carried over Right to Repair legislation so far this year

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Ed Mierzwinski
Senior Director, Federal Consumer Program

Happy to report that after a long period of head-in-the-sand actions by their predecessors, some old and all of the new leaders at financial regulatory agencies see the risks of climate change to the economy and know that investors need to know more about it, too. The climate crisis is real. 

 | by
Henry Hintermeister
Creative Associate

After 20 deaths and numerous cases of blindness and other injuries and illnesses last year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning in February for all alcohol-based hand sanitizers imported from Mexico.

 | by
Aaron Colonnese
Content Creator

We can't let this chance to restore vital consumer protections slip through our fingers.

How to avoid textile “wish-cycling” and why clothing companies need to bear responsibility for the waste crisis their products create.

My first-hand, step-by-step guide to freezing your credit reports.