Wyoming Consumer Laws
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Whenever you buy groceries, pump gas, or watch the evening news, you are engaging with the world as a consumer. In fact, we're so heavily steeped in consumerism that we hardly even recognize it as such. Welcome to FindLaw's coverage of Wyoming's consumer laws, with legalese-free descriptions of the laws that regulate businesses, criminalize certain shady acts against consumers, and establish certain standards pertaining to consumers. In this section, you'll learn about antitrust laws and deceptive business practice laws, which are similar in that they keep a check on business excesses; crimes such as identity theft; and more. Click on a link below to learn more about Wyoming's consumer laws.
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