The consumer movement celebrates March 15 each year with World Rights Day to raise awareness about rights and needs. The celebration of this day is a chance to call for respect and protection of the rights of all consumers and to protest against market abuses and social injustices that undermine these rights.

World Consumer Rights Day was inspired President John F. Kennedy, who sent a special message to the United States Congress on March 15, 1962, formally addressing rights. Therefore, movement first celebrated this date in 1983 and now uses this day every year to mobilize on essential topics and campaigns.

Consumer Protection

The FTC’s Protection Office puts an end to unfair, fraudulent, and fraudulent business practices by collecting consumer reports and investigating, prosecuting businesses and individuals who break the law, making rules for maintaining a fair market, and asking consumers and businesses about their rights and obligations.

About The Database

There Consumer Moans Database is a collection of protests about consumer financial products. And services that we have sent to businesses for the response. And also, Complaints made after the company has responded and confirmed a business relationship with the, or after 15 days, whichever comes first. Therefore, Complaints forwarded to other supervisory authorities, such as B. Complaints about custodians with assets of less than $ 10 billion will not published in the complaints database. The database is generally updated daily.

How we Use Complaint Data

Complaints can give us insight into the issues people face in the marketplace and help us regulate consumer financial products and services under existing federal consumer finance laws, apply those laws with caution, and educate. And empower consumers to make informed financial decisions. In addition, we report annually in Response’s annual report to Congress on complaint trends.


Fight against fraud and fraud

As the national consumer protection agency, the FTC reports criminals defrauding money and companies breaking their promises. We share these reports with our law enforcement partners and use them to investigate fraud and eliminate unfair business practices. Each year, the FTC also publishes a report that details the number and types of information we receive.