According to the Federal Trade Commission, Tennessee ranks 21st in the United States for frauds reported per capita. Therefore, Consumer Affairs addresses groups across the state to educate consumers on fraud prevention and provides tips on how to avoid misleading business offerings. Through educational materials and consumer awareness programs, the division provides consumers with information needed to make smart buying decisions.
To request a speaker, please submit an online speaker request form. Be sure to list the location, date and time for the event as well as your contact information.
We also offer the following educational materials:
To request publications (while supplies last), please email your request to us at Consumer.Affairs@tn.gov. Be sure to list the quantity and document requested as well as your contact information.
Like Tennessee Consumer Help on Facebook, published by the Tennessee Office of the Attorney General in conjunction with the Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs.
Visit our Kids' Corner to access games and activity sheets designed to help young people learn more about becoming a savvy consumer.
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