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Albuquerque, NM – Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that New Mexico’s theme for National Consumer Protection Week, March 6th -12th, is “Be an Informed Consumer.” Anyone can fall victim to fraud and scams, and even legitimate businesses can provide incomplete contractual information, omit important details or present misleading advertising. Being an informed consumer is your best defense to protect yourself and your family. Scammers are constantly looking for new ways to take advantage of New Mexicans, and that is why the Office of the Attorney General is focused on informing and educating consumers. 

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