TITLE

Comply with FTC rules when advertising 'creative financing'

AUTHOR(S)
Adamo, Guy J.
PUB. DATE
March 1982
SOURCE
Marketing News;3/5/1982, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on the Truth in Lending Act enforced by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that includes the Consumer Leasing Act and the rules issued under the lending act, Known as Regulation Z in the U.S. Regulation Z of the lending act became effective in July 1969. It was implemented by the Federal Reserve Board as part of the Consumer Credit Protection Act. The aim of this law is to require uniform disclosure of credit terms and costs so that borrowers and customers can more readily comparison shop.
ACCESSION #
19212863

 

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