Our goal is to represent, educate and advocate on behalf of Hoosiers to ensure they know, understand and exercise their rights as consumers.

Where Can I Learn More?

You can visit our Consumer Protection and Bankruptcy page for additional general resources.  Below are some links to additional information that may be helpful.

You can get one free credit report every 12 months; this website helps you request that report. It is VERY important to monitor you credit report. Everyone should review their credit score annually.

The Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) is the network hub for BBBs in the US and Canada. Like BBBs, CBBB is dedicated to fostering honest and responsive relationships between businesses and consumers — instilling consumer confidence and advancing a trustworthy marketplace for all.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a U.S. government agency, makes sure banks, lenders, and other financial companies treat you fairly.

The Indiana Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division provides the state’s one-stop resource for consumer information and education.  On IndianaConsumer.com you can find the answers to questions on the minds of many Hoosier consumers just like you. Information on current topics such as identity theft, schemes and scams in the marketplace, rising fuel prices, prescription medication and recalled products is just a click away.

The Federal Trade Commission

The FTC provides a lot of helpful information to protect yourself from consumer issues, such as identity theft, scams, and more

FTC Consumer News Alerts

FTC Consumer Information

Identity Theft: Fighting Back

The National Association of Consumer Advocates

NACA is an organization of more than 1500 attorneys who represent and have represented hundreds of thousands of consumers victimized by fraudulent, abusive, and predatory business practices.

Since 1969, the NCLC has used its expertise in consumer law and energy policy to work for consumer justice and economic security for low-income and other disadvantaged people, including older adults, in the U.S. NCLC has developed a number of guides, brochures, and fact sheets to help consumers understand their rights and make the best choices possible despite difficult financial circumstances.