What Resources Do We Offer?
The National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) is a nationwide membership organization of more than 1500 attorneys who represent hundreds of thousands of consumers victimized by fraudulent, abusive, and predatory business practices. NACA members are committed to advancing the cause of just treatment for and ethical representation of consumers.
As an organization devoted to consumer justice, we are committed to educating consumers like you about their rights and helping them achieve justice for themselves and for their communities. Look around our website to learn about some of your basic rights, to find some help, and to join with us in our effort to build a fair and just consumer marketplace.
- Auto Issues
- Credit Reporting
- Debt Collection
- Identity Theft
- Military Consumers
- Mortgage, Real Estate & Housing
- Predatory Lending
- Robocalls & Telemarketing
- Student Loans
Debt Defense Videos
We have recently created a series of debt defense videos that give advice on how to handle interactions with debt collectors and other debt issues.
Know Your Rights
Don’t be taken advantage of by lenders, dealers, debt collectors, or other small and large businesses. Know your rights so that you are treated fairly and so that you can join us in building a fair and just consumer marketplace. Use the navigational menu to the right to discover what your rights are in certain situations.
Find An Attorney
NACA member attorneys are committed to advancing the cause of just treatment for and ethical representation of consumers and will not, so long as they are a NACA member, perform services for any business or commercial client on a matter where that client’s interests are adverse to the interests of consumers.
Share Your Story
We realize that your experience has likely been very difficult and you may not want to retell your story, but by sharing your story you will be helping us drive national and local debates as well as discussions with policymakers. You have the ability to potentially make a difference so that other consumers don't have to endure what you've gone through.