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November 21, 2016
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Are you in the market for a new car? Remodeling your home? Building a budget?

Get a little help from Consumer Ed!

Consumer Ed is the educational website developed by the Georgia Department of Law’s Consumer Protection Unit. Learn from the experts how to avoid common pitfalls and make the best choices when making major purchase decisions.

Whether you’re buying a home for the first time, need to see the latest car-buying resources or you’ve become the victim of identity theft, Consumer Ed will walk you through the steps from start to finish.

Have a specific consumer-related question? Ask Ed! Consumer Ed answers questions from as broad as “How can I improve my credit score?” to as specific as “Can a moving company charge more than what they quoted me?”

Though Consumer Ed will not respond to you directly, you can find answers to selected questions online. Don’t see your question? Browse through old posts to see if it’s already been answered.

Check out the new website at ConsumerEd.Georgia.gov! A combined effort between the experts at the Georgia Department of Law and GeorgiaGov Interactive, the new site is arranged to best serve you. We’ve pulled top questions from each consumer category and put them right on the homepage so you can immediately find the most relevant information. Then dig deeper into up-to-date advice and resources for your car, home, money and security.

“The Department of Law’s Consumer Protection Unit is an important and multi-faceted resource for the citizens of Georgia,” said Attorney General Chris Carr. “Our team, in partnership with GeorgiaGov Interactive, has worked tirelessly to ensure a highly-customized and user-friendly experience for everyone who visits ConsumerEd.Georgia.gov, and we are looking forward to hearing success stories from all across the state as a result.”

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Rachel Hart

About the Author

Rachel Hart is the User Experience Designer for Digital Services Georgia. On Georgia.gov, she makes government material approachable with writing, infographics, videos, and other imagery.

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