FTC and Global Consumer Protection Agencies Launch ADR Directory

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 14, 2005

From the FTC press release today: “The Federal Trade Commission and consumer protection agencies around the world have created a valuable new tool to help consumers resolve cross-border disputes. The International Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Directory contains contact information for dispute resolution service providers that can help consumers resolve problems with foreign sellers, regardless of the seller’s location. The directory was unveiled today on econsumer.gov, a joint Web site operated by consumer protection agencies in 20 countries.”

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