The Iowa consumer protection laws protect the interests of consumers through the Iowa Consumer Credit Code and the Iowa Consumer Fraud Act.
- The Iowa Consumer Fraud Act enforces to prevent trade malpractices for the sale, leasing, or advertising of goods and services.
- On convinced of the Violation of the Act, the Attorney General can penalize the guilty up to $40,000.
- The consumers will compensate for financial damages incurred; however, no compensation will give for personal or bodily injury.
- The consumers are entitled to compensate for the loss suffered along with the attorney fees paid. Still, they are not entitled to compensation for an injury sustained or mental agony suffered.
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