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North Dakota Consumer Laws

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The North Dakota Consumer Protection and Antitrust Division (CPAT) is responsible for enforcing various state laws in relation to consumer protection and fair business practices.

  • The division receives consumer complaints, conducts investigations and awards compensation to the deserving parties.
  • The division enacts the do-not call laws that forbid telemarketing companies from making soliciting calls to consumers during the restricted hours.
  • Further, the division also prevents debt collection agencies form threatening consumers through violence, use of profane language or using false representations for seeking debt repayments.
  • The division also warns consumers not to respond to soliciting e-mails from unknown sources in order to prevent phishing scams and possible identity thefts.

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