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For over three decades, the Vermont Attorney General and UVM have worked together to help Vermont consumers and businesses. CAP student volunteers and professional staff can help you solve problems with a business, find answers from state government and connect you with other resources.

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Volkswagen Settlement Restitution Claims Forms Available For Vermont Consumers

CONTACT: Christopher Curtis, Chief Public Protection Division 802-828-5586 MONTPELIER – In May, the Vermont Attorney General’s...

November 30, 2018

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Consumer Information

Identity Theft and Information on the Equifax Data Security Breach

To check if you were personally affected by the breach, you may visit Equifax’s website: www.equifaxsecurity2017.com. To place a fraud...

November 28, 2017

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Consumer Information

Lead-safe Housing for all: Landlord Restoration Program

The Landlord Restoration Program (Program) is for landlords/owners of pre-1978 rental property. Our goal is to help ensure lead-safe...

November 28, 2017

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SCAM ALERT: A new phone scam claims your credit card has been charged by Amazon and that you need to call back to get a refund. Scammers claim to need remote access to your computer to issue the refund.

Do not engage! Hang up on these scammers and do not call them back. If you have legitimate concerns about your Amazon account, contact Amazon directly through the customer portal in your account. If you are concerned about charges made to your credit card, contact your credit card company directly.

Report scams directly to the Consumer Assistance Program: 800-649-2424.
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SCAM ALERT: A new phone scam claims your credit card has been charged by Amazon and that you need to call back to get a refund. Scammers claim to need remote access to your computer to issue the refund.

Do not engage! Hang up on these scammers and do not call them back. If you have legitimate concerns about your Amazon account, contact Amazon directly through the customer portal in your account. If you are concerned about charges made to your credit card, contact your credit card company directly.

Report scams directly to the Consumer Assistance Program: 800-649-2424.
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