Some of the following Consumer Action publications are available in bulk for non-profit or government agencies to distribute for educational purposes. Further info can be found on the How To Order Publications page.

How to send money home

Library: English | How to send money home Tips for transferring money abroad. Many immigrants send some of their earnings to relatives and friends in their home countries. There are several ways to transfer money to recipients outside the U.S., and different types of financial services and products can help you with this task. Category: Banking Consumer Rights on Jan 06, 2014

Credit card checkout fees

Library: English | Credit card checkout fees Consumer rights and retailer responsibilities. A 2012 court settlement between retailers and the payments industry allowed retailers to pass their credit card acceptance costs onto consumers in the form of a new fee when consumers choose to pay with a credit card. Not all merchants will charge this fee so consumers should be aware that they can avoid it by shopping around. Category: Consumer Rights Credit Cards on Dec 13, 2012

How to Complain

Library: English | How to Complain . Consumer Action has updated its perennial favorite guide, How to Complain. The free and comprehensive booklet is designed to help you complain effectively and get results. How to Complain includes advice on how to approach businesses with a complaint; escalating a complaint through customer service or a company’s executive offices; writing emails and letters about your complaint; and documenting your complaint. Category: Consumer Rights on Sep 26, 2012


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