Georgia Fair Business Practices Act forbids traders from adopting deceptive and unfair business practices that can
cause financial damage to consumers.
- The Georgia consumer law regards it unlawful to sale or passes any goods or services that are
misrepresented as to their origin, manufacturer or quality.
- Claiming a false place of origin or manufacture is also unlawful under the Act.
- Disparaging or damaging the goodwill or repute of goods of competitors also amounts to deceptive trade practice.
- Further, the Act also governs consumer protection in relation to transactions conducted over
the Internet, telemarketing, gifts or promotional giveaways, etc.