New HampshireDepartment of JusticeOffice of the Attorney General

Consumer Protection Bureau Consumer Sourcebook – Extra Note: Consumer Information on the World Wide Web

Free public service site on the World Wide Web called "Consumer World" provides easy access to more than 60 money-saving, educational, and entertaining consumer-related links on the www.

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New Hampshire's Consumer Protection Bureau provides a variety of useful consumer information on the World Wide Web (www) through New Hampshire's Official Web Site. The address is www.nh.gov.

Another free public service site on the World Wide Web called "Consumer World" provides easy access to more than 60 money-saving, educational, and entertaining consumer-related links on the www.

Consumer World is the brainchild of Edgar Dworsky, lawyer and former Director of Consumer Education at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (Consumer World is not a service of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts). Divided into 10 topical areas, Consumer World connects users to state and federal consumer offices; Better Business Bureaus; company customer service departments for product information and inquiries; investment and credit information sources; consumer resource directories covering product recalls, insurance company ratings, toll-free numbers, consumer laws, and computer support lines; online searches for low airfares, entertainment reviews, previews and links; a comprehensive bargain shopping guide including online discounters, factory outlets and electronic coupons; news sources, Internet references and computer product buying and pricing guides.

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New Hampshire Department of Justice
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Telephone: 603-271-3658