The Wyoming Consumer Protection Act governs the consumer rights, trade practices and remedies for unfair trade practices in Wyoming.
- The Act provides the consumer a right to reject unsolicited merchandise that has been sent to him.
However, he is also not under any obligation to return the merchandise as it is treated as an unconditional gift to the consumer.
- A trader is said to be engaged in unlawful trade practice,
if he knowingly misrepresents the merchandise,
its approval, certifications, origin, etc. which can cause damage to the consumer.
- Misrepresentation of warranties,
or false rights or other remedies is also unlawful under the Act.
- Advertising of goods without an intention to sell them or
without adequate inventory to satisfy public demand is also illegal under the Act.