Division of Consumer Affairs - Office of Consumer Protection
The Bergen County Office of Consumer Protection is charged with the protection of the public, educating consumers and businesses about their rights and responsibilities, and ensuring that businesses comply with the consumer protection laws of the State of New Jersey.
The Bergen County Office of Consumer Protection’s main responsibility is to enforce the Consumer Fraud Act and its regulations, and to protect Bergen County consumers from becoming victims of fraudulent and unconscionable business practices.
Additionally, the Bergen County Office of Consumer Protection operates as a Consumer Service Center. We provide Community Outreach for organizations and events - if you are interested in a program, please contact our unit at 201.336.6400.
Construction in Area
Must use Jerome Avenue
Off Farview Avenue.
Investigators Denis Niland, Allen Gailes, Lu Lieber, Past Director Mickey Bradley, Kenneth Martin, Ed Brunner and Joe Healy. Missing from the photo is Investigtor Vernon Cox and Steve Mercer
President of CAMCA (County and Municipal Consumer Affairs) presenting a token of appreciation to James J. Tedesco III at a recent Statewide meeting hosted by Bergen County & Passaic County in Paramus. (photo on right)
In January 2017, County Executuve James J Tedesco III announced, The Division of Consumer Affairs is a shared service with the County of Passaic, this saves money for the tax payers of both Counties. The above photo was taken in Passaic County during the press conference on the matter.
Bergen County / Passiac County
Division of Consumer Affairs
Office of Consumer Protection
E220 Ridgewood Avenue
Paramus, NJ 07652
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