I recently provided you with a list of the top bankruptcy law resources online, and the feedback was excellent.  It seems as if the problem with consumer law resources is slightly different than that of bankruptcy law.

Whereas there is an overwhelming amount of bad bankruptcy information online, there’s a relative paucity of consumer law information available beyond the basic 5-page website launched and maintained by a few lawyers.

Given the lack of information out there, is there any wonder why people have no idea about their rights against harassing debt collectors, credit report errors, and the like?

With that in mind, I present to you the top 9 consumer law resources online (other than this site, of course).

  1. National Consumer Law Center
  2. National Association of Consumer Advocates
  3. Consumer Law and Policy Blog
  4. Inside ARM
  5. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  6. Caveat Emptor
  7. Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project

My hope is that you’ll use these resources when learning about your rights in the face of consumer fraud.  Remember, there’s a lot of information online – not all of it is reliable.

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