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           | group1 = Introduction
           | list1  =Acknowledgements & credits ·  Glossary
           | group2 = Problems with a Purchase
           | list2  =  How do I start a complaint? ·  Steps to make a complaint ·  Small Claims Court
           | group3 = Problems with Home Repairs
           | list3  = What should I put in a written contract?  · Tips about hiring a contractor  ·  Tips about paying for repairs  ·  Disagreements about the repair work
 
           | group4 = Someone Owes You Money
           | list4  = How do I write a demand letter? ·  When do I go to court?  ·  Getting legal help from a lawyer 
           | group5 = Problems with Debt
           | list5  = Where do I start? · What do I put in my budget? ·  What can the Credit Counseling Society do to help me?  · How do I contact my creditors and what do I say?  · Debt collectors
           | group6 = Identity Theft
           | list6  = What does identity theft mean? ·  How do they get the information? ·  Minimizing risks  ·  What can you do if your identity is stolen?
           | group7 = Internet Scams
           | list7  ="Free trial" scams ·  Phishing and Smishing · Anti-virus scam ·   Smartphone app scams ·   Facebook link-sharing scam ·   Bogus internet services ·   Overpayment scams ·  Free government money ·  West African scams
           | group8 = Loan and Credit Scams
           | list8  = Advance fee loan scams  ·   Bogus credit cards  ·  Wipe your credit report clean
           | group9 = Work Scams
           | list9  = Work at home, make huge profits  ·  Mystery shopper scams  ·  [[Work Scams#Bogus franchises|Bogus franchises ·  Pyramid schemes 
 
           | group10 = Prize and Contest Scams
           | list10  = What prize and contest scams are?

           | group11 = Door-to-Door Scams
           | list11  = What you can do
           | group12 = Relative Scams
           | list12  = What you can do 
           | group13 = Sources of Help for Consumers
           | list13  = Sources of Help for Consumers 

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