Oregon Consumer Laws
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Beaver State consumers are always wary of a deal that sounds too good to be true. And it’s always good to know that there are state statutes looking out for us as well. By regulating interest rates, securities trading, and even new and used car sales, Oregon’s consumer laws are intended to safeguard citizens in commercial transactions, and ensure an open and transparent marketplace. In this section you can find resources regarding state-specific laws on issues from wire fraud to Ponzi schemes, lemon laws to identity theft, and more. Click on the links below for more information on consumer laws in Oregon.
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