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Consumer Sentinel: Law Enforcement's Source for Consumer Complaints

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Uploaded on May 18, 2011

Consumer Sentinel is the unique investigative cyber tool that provides members of the Consumer Sentinel Network with access to millions of consumer complaints. To learn more visit: http://www.ftc.gov/sentinel/

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  • B3astOfTheEast1

    I think that this tool is great for law enforcement; it expands their capability. And even better, it is free to them. It is amazing to hear that the conviction rate has tripled and that the investigation process has decreased greatly. Hopefully this site stays free to law enforcement. Additionally, maybe this system will expand to the actual consumers, so we can be aware of issues with certain companies and how others feel.

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