Maine Consumer Laws
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Consumer laws cover a wide range of issues, including consumer-related crimes such as running a pyramid scheme to regulations meant to keep businesses honest. FindLaw's section covering the consumer laws of the great state of Maine includes articles on consumer crimes, business regulations, and other state laws that affect Maine consumers. Here you will learn about the crime of identity theft, in which someone steals your personal identifying information to commit fraud, as well as information about the state's credit and debit card fraud laws. In addition, you'll find summaries of antitrust laws and other protections for Maine consumers. Click on a link to learn more about Maine consumer laws.
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