Missouri Consumer Laws
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Consumer laws in Missouri set out to protect residents from scams and enforce their rights against both the government and large corporations. The statues generally lay out consumers’ rights in the marketplace. They are intended to safeguard citizens in commercial transactions, and protect them from financial harm. Consider laws like lemon laws, which are on the books specifically to protect consumers from being scammed during a car purchase. Missouri's identity theft laws are another example. State lawmakers passed statutes protecting residents from being defrauded. Click below to find links to state-specific laws on issues like consumer scams, pyramid schemes and more.
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