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CONSUMER SAFETY RESOURCES, UNSAFE PRODUCTS, CONSUMER RIPOFFS

Confused, concerned consumer


Lifesaving info on product safety, recalls, unsafe foods, cars, products and drugs, dangerous toys and kids' products, plus sleazy schemes, consumer abuses, and deceptive practices:


This site keeps you informed and might save your life -- it features timely product recalls and safety warnings that include tainted foods, undeclared allergens in foods, choking and fire hazards, unsafe autos and products, counterfeit drugs and more.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's web site keeps you posted about vehicle and equipment recalls, safety, inspections, crash tests, crash statistics, disability information, crash information and other important information for being safer on the road.  Their toll-free hotline is 1-888-327-4236.

Check the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commissionís site dedicated to keeping American families safe, with recalls of unsafe products, bi-lingual information, a "4 Kids" area, and other lifesaving information. 

The Food Safety and Inspection Service of the US Dept. of Agriculture offers a Recall Information Center for meat and poultry product recalls.  And their toll-free number is 1-800-535-4555.

From consumer class actions, warnings about kids' products, sleazy "charities," to work-at-home schemes, or help with insurance, aging, funerals, weddings, and lots of consumer news -- this is where the consumer is king. 

Public Interest Research Groups battle against consumer abuses all across the country, tackling everything from dangerous childrenís products, playground safety, and ATM surcharges, to Social Security number misuse, deceptive credit card practices, etc.

In Public Citizen's Consumer Corner you will find links to Public Citizen Web pages and other Internet sites that contain helpful information about health, auto, litigation and consumer issues, and more.

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