Attorney General Ford Announces 2020 National Consumer Protection Week

***National Consumer Protection Week Consumer Alert***

    March 2, 2020

    Carson City, NV   - Today, Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford and his Bureau of Consumer Protection are joining with federal, state and local government agencies to celebrate the annual occurrence of National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), March 1-7, 2020.

    First organized in 1988, National Consumer Protection Week is an annual event to help people understand their consumer rights and make well-informed decisions about caring for their personal and financial information. 

    "This week, we're redoubling our efforts to keep Nevada consumers safe," said AG Ford.   "Protect yourself with information on the latest scams so you can recognize the warning signs. And if you've been scammed, we're here to get justice for you."  

    This week, the Office of the Nevada Attorney General will be issuing consumer alerts to Nevadans that include topics to assist residents in protecting themselves against fraud and help keep their personal information confidential.

    More information about National Consumer Protection Week is available here. Consumers looking for information to protect themselves from scams may visit the Office of the Nevada Attorney General's website and the Federal Trade Commission's website.

    The Office of the Nevada Attorney General welcomes information about all scams, and consumers who may have fallen victim to a scam may file complaints with our office here.