Before the 1960’s, consumer rights were practically nonexistent. Consumers had little access to legal protection or tools to defend themselves against deceptive business practices or faulty products. Further, the process of credit repair was illusory at best. Fortunately, the rapid nature of consumerism created a wave of legislation and policy. Read on to discover the evolution of consumer rights and how they have impacted the U.S. marketplace:
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