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Hurricanes, wildfires and other natural disasters devastate communities and threaten the financial well-being of residents. The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) works at the national and state levels to develop innovative policy solutions, train and support local advocates, and educate consumers about their financial options. To find out more, click:   National Consumer Law Center If you click on this link you will be leaving this website. 
The Missouri Attorney General' Office works to protect consumers and ensure a fair marketplace by enforcing Missouri’s Merchandising Practices Act, as well as other laws. By filing complaints, consumers let the Attorney General’s Office know about unscrupulous businesses and individuals. We rely on consumers to act as our partners in rooting out fraud and helping us bring criminals and scammers to justice. If you need to file a complaint, click on the following link:  Missouri Consumer Complaint
In 1977, the United States Congress passed the “Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.”  Congress said there were abusive actions being taken by many debt collectors.  Congress found that these practices invaded privacy. Click on the following document to find about your rights when dealing with debt collectors.
The Federal Trade Commission offers numerous articles concerning credit and loan problems.  Click on the following link to go to the Federal Trade Commission website.  Federal Trade Commission If you click on this link you will be leaving this website. 
This is a brochure explaining how to deal with creditors that are harassing you. This information is distributed by the National Consumer Law Center.   Click on the PDF file below to view and/or print this document.
This is an informational  brochure on how to settle your credit card debt.  This information is distributed by the Federal Trade Commission.   Click on the PDF file below to view and/or print.
Debt Collection Abuse Debt Collection FAQs: A Guide for Consumers
Are you having problems with a debt collector? Have you been sued on a debt? Is there a judgment against you?  
This is an Office of the Attorney General publication: Consumer Protection If you click on this link you will be leaving this website.