It only takes a moment

An FTC Moment, that is.  2014 marks a milestone for the Federal Trade Commission.  It’s the 100th birthday for America’s consumer protection agency – and you’re invited to the celebration. 

We’re hosting a symposium in Washington, D.C., on November 7, 2014, to explore where we’ve been and where we’re heading.  More about that in the weeks to come.  But right now we hope you’ll join in by sending us your FTC Moment – a short audio, video, or email describing an experience you’ve had with the FTC over the years.  We look forward to hearing from consumers, businesses, attorneys, advocates, former and current employees -- anyone with a story to tell.  Find out more about how to share your FTC Moment and follow the news about what else is planned to celebrate the FTC's centennial.

 

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First time user this sight lots good helpful information, and comments from others. Will be visiting more often. Happy Birthday, and thanks.

As a business lawyer I use your daily emails regularly to update myself and to educate my clients as to the dos and don'ts of fair business practices in accordance with FTC rulings. Thank you.

Excellent Service so far.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!
Also, Family & Consumers Sciences always is working to protect the consumer whatever we are. We are dealing with that in schools, communities and government agencies. Together, we are helping to make a better societY.

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