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What does the Division of Consumer Protection do?

The Mission of the Division of Consumer Protection is to protect consumers from unfair and deceptive business practices, to encourage the development of fair business practices, and to provide consumer education.  The Division has a three-pronged approach to consumer protection: education, registration, and enforcement.

The Division administers the following Utah State Laws:

- Business Opportunity Disclosure Act   - Charitable Solicitations Act
- Consumer Sales Practices Act   - Credit Service Organizations Act
- Health Spa Services Protection Act   - Music Licensing Act
- New Motor Vehicles Warranties Act   - Pawnshop Transaction Information Act
- Price Controls During Emergencies Act   - Prize Notices Regulation Act
- Telephone Fraud Prevention Act   - Telephone and Facsimile Solicitation Act
- Unfair Practices Act   - Uniform Debt-Management Services Act
- Utah Postsecondary Proprietary School Act

Consumer Protection's motto is:

"The consumer has a right to safety, the right to be informed, the right to choose, the right to be heard, the right to consumer education."

 

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consumerprotection@utah.gov  |  160 East 300 South   Salt Lake City, Utah 84111  |  Phone: 801-530-6601  |  Toll-Free: 1-800-721-SAFE  |  Fax: 801-530-6001