The GSA produces a free consumer handbook to help you make educated decisions when you shop.
It offers questions for you to ask when you’re considering buying products and services. It also addresses avoiding identity theft, filing a consumer complaint, and managing someone else’s finances. There are tips for detecting and reporting telephone and email scams, too.
The handbook is available in English or Spanish, and you can download it or ask that it be mailed to you.
Be an educated consumer – understand value before you buy, learn how to safeguard your financial information and avoid fraud.
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