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The Consumer Protection Division of the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority provides information to consumers on how to protect themselves within the marketplace.

This section provides the consumer with information on how to make wise buying decisions when purchasing specific goods and services, making donations, or dealing with credit or debt issues.

This page has information on how to complain effectively and other how-to's when making a formal complaint.

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The Consumer Protection Act is a consolidation of consumer protection legislation. Parts III and IV of the Act are the former Consumer Products Warranties Act and Unsolicited Goods and Credit Cards Act. Part II of the Act offers protection to Saskatchewan consumers from unfair and unscrupulous marketplace practices. The Act also sets out consumer responsibilities, such as attempting to resolve a dispute with a supplier before taking further action.



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