The UTC offers this collection of links to other useful consumer information sites. These links go to external sites, which will be opened in a new window. We do not endorse these sites above others, and do not intend this to be a comprehensive listing of all sites. For more resources, see our "Hotlinks" and "Energy links" pages.
American Council on Consumer Interests - A non-profit organization dedicated to providing research-based information on consumer topics.
A Bell Tolls - The Long Distance Telephone and Telecommunications Clearinghouse, dedicated to providing consumers and businesses information for making intelligent decisions in their quests for telecommunications nirvana.
Citizens Utility Alliance of Washington organizes, educates and advocates for residential natural gas, electric, water, and telecommunications customers
Consumer Federation of America- A consumer advocacy and education organization.
Consumer Information Center - U.S. General Services Administration, Pueblo, CO.
Consumer Protection Division of the Washington State Attorney General.
Consumer Reports - the magazine online
Consumer Rights and Protection - The 'Lectric Law Library Lawcopedia's listing of materials on problems and questions consumers run into.
Consumer World - a public service, non-commercial guide cataloging over 1800 of the most useful consumer resources.
Energy Savers This contains helpful hints on saving energy at home.
Home Energy Saver is interactive web-based software that lets users get a custom read-out of how much they spend on energy, and how much they could save with some home improvements that fit their needs
Internet Fraud Complaint Center - Sponsored by the FBI and the National White-Collar Crime Center, this site allow victims of Internet fraud to report criminal or civil violations.
Federal Trade Commission Consumer Protection Page.
National Fraud Information Center - The National Consumers League's information center and Internet fraud watch.
PIRG list of Consumer Resources - Public Research Interest Group
The Better Business Bureau - helping consumers and businesses maintain an ethical marketplace.
TRAC - Telecommunications Research and Action Center, helpful tips for phone customers, with an up-to-date rate comparison chart.
U.S. Consumer Gateway - Federal consumer information