Groups Send Letter to House Appropriations Committee Addressing Policy Riders

NACA and other public interest organizations sent a letter to the House Committee on Appropriations asking members to oppose ideological policy riders in a financial services funding bill.

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Additional Examples in Support of Petition to End Yo-Yo Financing Abuses

NACA and other consumer groups submitted a petition for rulemaking with the Federal Trade Commission urging the agency to end yo-yo financing abuses. In support of the petition, NACA submitted…

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Consumer Groups Submit Comments in Support of FTC’s Negative Option Rule

NACA joined five other consumer and public advocacy groups on a comment to the Federal Trade Commission in support of its proposal to strengthen its Negative Option Rule which would…

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Petition to FTC on Yo-Yo Auto Sales

Petition for rulemaking to the Federal Trade Commission urging the agency to take action to ban deceptive yo-yo auto sales.

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NACA, Consumer Groups Submit Comment to FTC on Junk Fee Proposal

42 state and national consumer groups, including NACA, filed comments in response to the Federal Trade Commission’s Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Unfair and Deceptive Fees. Among other concerns,…

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NACA Attorneys Make Views Known on FTC’s Auto Dealer Rule

107 consumer attorneys, law professors, law firms, and legal aid organizations representing 27 states and Washington D.C. submitted a comment in response to the FTC’s proposed Motor Vehicle Trade Regulation…

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110 Public Interest Groups Respond to FTC’s Auto Dealer Rule

NACA joined a coalition of 110 consumer, civil rights, legal services, community, and public interest organizations on a comment submitted to the FTC about its proposed Motor Vehicle Trade Regulation…

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NACA and Partners Submit Comments on FTC’s Auto Dealer Rule

NACA joined other consumer groups on a comprehensive comment to the FTC’s proposed Motor Vehicle Trade Regulation Rule. The comment addresses the questions posed by the FTC in it’s Notice…

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NACA Joins Groups on Letter Urging FTC to Investigate Google’s Privacy Practices

NACA, as part of the Trans-Atlantic Consumer Dialogue, joined a letter to the Federal Trade Commission asking the agency to investigate Google’s account sign-up practices and their effects on consumer…

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