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In my family, we're big fans of home delivery.  Whether its dinner, clothes, books, or electronics, if it can be delivered to our door, we like it -- and I know we're not alone.

That's one reason I'm telling people about Penn Corner, the FTC's new monthly e-newsletter. It gets delivered to subscribers' inboxes each month. And unlike the jazzy new phone I just ordered, it's absolutely free.

Penn Corner highlights the work the FTC does to protect consumers and features new resources -- available for free -- to help people stop, spot and avoid fraud. It's a quick way to keep up-to-date about enforcement actions, education initiatives, even testimony the agency has given on the Hill.

FTC Penn CornerWhy should you read Penn Corner? To keep current on issues of interest to your customers, to find out how to avoid practices that might land you in hot water, and to know what resources are available from the nation's consumer protection agency that you may want to share.

Check out the latest edition, and visit the FTC subscription page to sign up. It's as easy as one-click shopping!


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