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Clement raises consumer fraud awareness [CLARKSVILLE, TN]

By JIMMY SETTLE
The Leaf-Chronicle

Mary Clement, director of the Tennessee Division of Consumer Affairs, maintains that her office is making a dent in the volume of consumer fraud cases statewide, while also increasing its own profile among businesses and the consuming public.

"In the last five years, this office has returned over $14 million back to consumers," Clement said during a Monday morning swing through Clarksville, part of her campaign to increase awareness during this National Consumer Education Week.

"We're trying to bring awareness to what we do," Clement said. "It's just my belief that this should be a customer service office. Businesses should have a voice, and consumers should have an equal voice. Businesses don't have to look at us as an adversary.

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Category: Identity Theft News
Posted on February 26, 2004 at 03:21 PM | Permalink

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