How the Kansas Consumer Protection Act (KCPA) Protects Your Rights, Part Two

The Kansas Consumer Protection Act (KCPA) is a valuable set of protections that can help protect Kansas consumers from deceptive or fraudulent business practices. This act makes it possible for individual consumers, or groups of consumers acting together, to file legal suit against corporations. The following are some additional ways that this act is able to protect your rights. Applies to All Businesses Operating Read More

How the Kansas Consumer Protection Act (KCPA) Protects Your Rights, Part One

In 1973, the Kansas Consumer Protection Act (KCPA) was passed, helping consumers throughout the state by providing greater protection against unethical business practices. Prior to this time, Kansas consumers were only able to fight against these types of practices using the Buyer Protection Act, which was extremely limited in its scope. If you feel that you’ve been a victim of unethical or deceptive business Read More

What to Know (And What to Do) If a Consumer Product Does Not Work as Advertised

The vast majority of the billions of products that are sold to consumers each year work well and don’t have any significant issues. Occasionally, however, there is some sort of defect or misrepresentation that can put you at risk or cause the product to not function as it should. If you have purchased a consumer product that did not function as advertised, it is important that you know what to do. Of course, the Read More

Know Your Rights If Debt Collectors Are Coming After You

There are many situations which can lead to financial difficulties. This can be stressful and difficult on its own, but when you start getting debt collectors calling you at all hours, it can become almost unbearable. Fortunately, you do have important rights when it comes to debt collectors. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) offers you important protections, so make sure you are aware of them and put an Read More

Don’t Get Ripped Off – 4 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Used Car

Even though Auto Fraud can happen at new car dealers as well, you’re more at risk when shopping for a used car. Whether you’re buying from a used car lot, a private seller, craigslist, or ebay motors, your best defense is knowing what questions to ask about the car, its history, and even the seller themselves. 1. Why are you selling the car? Obviously, if the vehicle was a perfect fit for a driver’s needs, there’s Read More