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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is a government agency tasked with protecting consumers and promoting competition. The FTC enforces laws and regulations that prohibit unfair or deceptive business practices. But what exactly constitutes an “unfair practice” under FTC guidelines?
The FTC defines an unfair practice as one that:
All three of these conditions must be met for a business practice to be deemed unfair by the FTC.
Some key things to understand about unfair practices:
Some common examples of unfair business practices that the FTC might investigate and take action against include:
When the FTC determines a business is engaging in unfair acts or practices, they have several options to stop the behavior:
The remedies and penalties imposed depend on the nature, extent, and intention behind the unfair business practices. But the overarching goal is to get companies to stop harming consumers through unfair tactics.
If you believe a business has engaged in unfair billing, lending, marketing, or other practices that meet the FTC’s definition, you can file a complaint with the FTC. The more complaints against a company, the more likely the FTC will launch an investigation and take action to protect consumers.
Some key things to report in your complaint:
With detailed, documented complaints, the FTC can recognize patterns and put an end to systematic unfair practices harming large numbers of consumers across the country.
If you have suffered significant financial losses or other substantial injury due to unfair business tactics, you may want to consult an attorney regarding private legal action. They can advise if you have grounds for a lawsuit against the company under state consumer protection laws or other statutes related to fraud, negligence or breach of contract. An experienced lawyer can also represent you through the litigation process to recover monetary damages.
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