Obtain lists of safety recalls, emissions recalls, general recalls and service bulletins on your automobile.
Users can calculate auto loans, credit card interest rates, mortgages, and more, based on overnight rates. Search for highest yields or rates by geographic location in the Compare Rates section.
In addition to a directory of local Bureau offices, provides information on alerts, buying guides, links to national and local business reporting databases, and a charity advisory database. Includes a link to Better Business Bureau of Eastern Missouri and Southern Illinois, located in St. Louis
Located in St. Louis, the bureau provides information on alerts, buying guides, links to national and local business reporting databases, and a charity advisory database.
Search for financial information about hundreds of charitable organizations that solicit donations in Missouri. Users can search for specific charities or view a list of all charities. (Site provided by the Missouri Attorney General's Office).
This site is devoted to financial education. Includes free interactive savings tools and calculators and links to resources arranged by subject and alphabetically.
Provides consumer and editorial reviews on a wide array of electronic products, including computers, wireless devices, home video and audio equipment, phones and accessories, and more.
This local budget and debt management counseling service offers some free information on it web site under Financial Tools, including an introduction to money management basics.
Information provided by the U. S. Department of Energy on how to make energy-smart purchases for your home and business.
A searchable and browsable site offering product reviews written by consumers. Note: although reviews written by other consumers may be useful, they are not edited and authoritative.
An independent, nonprofit testing organization serving consumers with information on matters that affect your health, money, and well-being.
Summarizes product reviews from the leading review sources such as Consumer Reports and the Good Housekeeping Institute.
This Federal Trade Commission site provides information on various credit topics, such as choosing a credit card, building better credit, and disputing credit report errors. Includes the brochure Your Access to Free Credit Reports, and a link to the central site for ordering free credit reports from all three nationwide credit bureaus.
Provides consumer electronics information through product reviews, buying advice, and price comparisons of home and car electronics.
Presents the opinions of actual consumers on over 200,000 products.
Concise, unbiased government publications covering subjects such as education, money, home buying, and more.
This site provides information on how to be a smart consumer when it comes to credit cards, home mortgages, vehicle leasing, complaints about a bank, and identity theft.
Consumer protection information provided by the FTC includes subjects about abusive lending, identity theft, telemarketing, and more.
Find information and news about food, drugs, medical devices, cosmetics, and other products regulated by the FDA. Search for the latest information on specific topics and products in Consumer Health Information for You and Your Family.
Access selected information from ACEEE's Green Book Online, including lists of the Greenest Vehicles of the Year and How to Buy Green. (From the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy).
Information provided by The US Department of Housing and Urban Development on house buying, selling, and renting. Also, find information on fair housing, bad landlords, and more.
Find individual vehicle ratings based on 40 mph frontal offset crash test conducted by IIHS.
You can search for new cars by make or by type of vehicle to retrieve information on pricing, features, performance, and safety ratings.
File a consumer complaint or check on the legitimacy of a business or charity through the Missouri Consumer Protection Division (Missouri Attorney General's Office).
Information about consumer complaints, insurance rates, financial ratings, insurers who can do business in Missouri, as well as statutes and regulations.
Find information about protecting Missouri seniors, and how to report suspected Medicaid fraud, or neglect and abuse of nursing home residents in Missouri through the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (Missouri Attorney General's Office).
Find information on the Missouri No Call list and No Call law. Register online to reduce telemarketing calls to your home. (Missouri Attorney General's Office).
Information about consumer issues in Missouri, including consumer news, child support enforcement, information for seniors, the Sunshine Law, and more. The site contains free publications, protection hotline numbers, and contact information for regional offices.
This site from Microsoft includes basic car buying tips as well as a vast database of specs, photos, and descriptions of new car and truck models.
Helps consumers locate the best price for the amount of service they need. Rate calculators are available for services such as wireless, long distance, travel, and credit cards.
Realtor.com, the official web site for the National Association of Realtors, allows home buyers to search for homes in their area, using a variety of criteria to narrow the search.
Consumer education information from government and non-profit entities.
Use this Federal Trade Commission site to register, verify or change your registration, or file a complaint. Find links to sites with additional information about the FTC and the Registry, and for consumers, businesses, and the media.
A source for a variety of automobile safety information from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Provides information about vehicle crashworthiness and crash avoidance, statistics, and analysis.
Offers reviews of computer products, product pricing information, a library of evaluated freeware and shareware, and free newsletters.
This site provides information on consumer education, research, and advocacy program. Also, learn some practical tips and how to take action on privacy protection.
Find information on thousands of product recalls, searching by company or product. The Commission is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from more than 15,000 types of consumer products.
Energy-related information about vehicles from the U.S. Department of Energy. Includes a fuel economy guide to compare vehicles, and information ranging from alternative fuels to electric bicycles.
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