Consumer guide to internet dating
Mortgage Fraud (pdf) Protect yourself from being an unwilling participant in mortgage fraud! If you are going to invest in real estate, make sure you are using a licensed mortgage broker who is registered under the in Alberta.
Bill Collection and Debt Repayment (pdf) Collection agencies collect unpaid debts or locate debtors for others.
Effective January 1, 2017, the Government of Alberta has banned direct sales (door-to-door) of furnaces and related products and services including water heaters, air conditioners, windows, energy contracts and energy audits.
Electricity and Natural Gas Contracts (pdf)In Alberta, you have options for how you buy natural gas and electricity for your home, farm or small business.
Gift Cards (pdf) Gift cards purchased in Alberta are no longer subject to expiry dates and fees that lower their value over time. The regulation also includes other rules to improve consumer protection, use of the cards and disclosure of terms and conditions. What Creditors Can Do If You Don't Pay (pdf) When you use credit to make purchases or pay for services and fail to make payments your creditors may take legal actions to recover the money owed.
Common types of credit are bank loans, bank account overdrafts, lines of credit, credit cards, finance agreements, student loans, payday loans, etc.
The name has been changed to the Time Share and Points-based Contracts and Business Regulation.Unfair Practices - the Consumer Protection Act (pdf) The applies to most people who rent the place where they live.