Connecticut Consumer Laws
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They always tell you to watch out for deals that sound too good to be true. Fortunately, Connecticut has passed some laws to punish businesses that offer deals that aren’t true. Connecticut’s consumer laws regulate interest rates, securities trading, and even include “lemon laws” covering new car sales, hoping to ensure an open and transparent marketplace. In this section you can find Nutmeg State-specific statutes intended to protect consumers, including prohibitions on wire fraud, Ponzi schemes, identity theft, and many more. You can select any of the links below for more information and resources on consumer laws in Connecticut.
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