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  2. Consumer Reports - Wikipedia

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    Consumer Reports' predecessor, Consumers' Research, was founded in 1926. In 1936, Consumer Reports was founded by Arthur Kallet, Colston Warne, and others who felt that the established Consumers' Research organization was not aggressive enough.

  3. ConsumerAffairs - Wikipedia

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    ConsumerAffairs is a customer review and consumer news platform that provides information for purchasing decisions around major life changes or milestones. The company's business-facing division provides SaaS that allows brands to manage and analyze review data to improve their products and customer service.

  4. Consumer protection - Wikipedia

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    In India, consumer protection is specified in The Consumer Protection Act, 2019.Under this law, Separate Consumer Dispute Redress Forums have been set up throughout India in each and every district in which a consumer can file his/her complaint on a simple paper with nominal court fees and his/her complaint will be decided by the Presiding Officer of the District Level.

  5. Customer review - Wikipedia

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    A customer review is a review of a product or service made by a customer who has purchased and used, or had experience with, the product or service. Customer reviews are a form of customer feedback on electronic commerce and online shopping sites.

  6. Trustpilot - Wikipedia

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    Trustpilot.com is a Danish consumer review website founded in Denmark in 2007 which hosts reviews of businesses worldwide. Nearly 1 million new reviews are posted each month. The site offers freemium services to businesses. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index .

  7. Seila Law LLC v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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    Seila Law LLC v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, 591 U.S. ____ (2020) was a U.S. Supreme Court case which determined that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), with a single director who could only be removed from office "for cause", violates the separation of powers.

  8. ConsumerLab.com - Wikipedia

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    A 2004 JMLA review noted that "approximately half of the [laboratory test results] reports indicate the date the review was posted". For a fee, ConsumerLab.com offers a voluntary certification program. Products that pass the certification can use the "CL Seal of Approval" for which there is a licensing fee.

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