If it’s not done ethically, advertising won't be trusted. If consumers don't trust it, advertising is pointless.
~ Jef I. Richards
1 Find-It! Consumer
This site contains two searchable sources of consumer information: USConsumerInfo (covers sites created by the Federal government and national non-profit groups) and WAConsumer (covers sites maintained by Washington state government agencies and local non-profit groups). Between them, they have information from 100 consumer protection and public safety Web sites. Users can search by keywords or browse selected topics of interest and top searches of the week. From the collaborative effort of Washington state organization sponsors and the Washington State Library. http://finditconsumer.wa.gov/
This site for investing and personal finance provides U.S. and international stock quotes with minimal delay when markets are open, as well as historical stock quotes and other market information. Additional investment topics include general financial news, industry news, annual reports, and mutual fund, bond, and option information. Also includes links to more than 20 international sites. Personal finance subjects include loans, insurance, and taxes. http://finance.yahoo.com/
Look up a company or individual in an occupation licensed by the Department of Consumer Affairs. Select a license type from the list and then search by name, geographic location, or license number. Professions include accountants, acupuncturists, architects, chiropractors, dentists, doctors, optometrists, pharmacists, physical therapists, psychologists, nurses, and veterinarians. http://www2.dca.ca.gov/pls/wllpub/wllquery$.startup