South Carolina Consumer Laws
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We’ve all heard of a deal that’s too good to be true, and we’ve all wondered if we can believe everything a company is telling us about their products. Lucky for those of in the Palmetto State, the law is on our side. State consumer laws are intended to safeguard citizens in commercial transactions, and protect them from financial harm. These statutes can cover the sale of everything from stocks and bonds to Chevys and Fords. In this section you can find links to South Carolina-specific laws on issues like consumer scams, identity theft, and more.
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