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NJ Residents Warned About Sandy-Damaged Used Cars

If you’re planning to buy a used car, New Jersey officials are advising you to make sure you don’t unknowingly wind up with a vehicle that was flooded during Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ Consumers Have New Awareness Tools at their Fingertips [VIDEO]

It's National Consumer Protection Week and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs is offering new tools to empower consumers with information in the form of two handbooks and a video. 

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South Jersey Storms Could Trigger Price Gouging, Scams [AUDIO]

Atlantic County residents are warned to be wary of price gouging, or high markups on necessary items following the severe storms. Price gouging during a state of emergency is illegal in NJ.

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Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa (Governor's Office)
Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa (Governor's Office)
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Price Gouging Forbidden During States of Emergency

New Jersey merchants were warned today that price gouging is prohibited during the states of emergency that have been declared in a handful of counties, and any others that may be declared.

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Check Your Credit Card Statement Lately? [AUDIO]

The Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee advanced two measures Monday aimed at protecting New Jersey consumers from deceptive charges. Discussion of the bills displayed a few ways consumers could be paying more each month without knowing.

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NJ Consumers Protected From Deceptive Charges With Assembly Bills

The Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee advanced two measures today aimed at protecting New Jersey consumers from deceptive charges.

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New Jersey’s Attorney General Changes Consumer Affairs Enforcement

New Jersey's new attorney general is reorganizing the enforcement arm of the state's Division of Consumer Affairs to crack down on crimes involving prescription drugs.

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NJ’s Licensed Accountants Fined Over Classes

A state audit finds a record number of New Jersey's licensed accountants are lying about their education.

Four percent of the 20,000 reviewed from 2006 to 2008 falsely reported that they had returned to school for a required ethics course

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State Officials Warning Trick-or-Treaters of Novelty Contact Lenses

The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs are warning trick-or-treaters to stay away from novelty contact lenses that are designed to change the eye's appearance.  The contact lenses are said to cause infections and even permanent vision loss in some cases.

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