Tenn. creates military consumer protection guide

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FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) - Tennessee Attorney General Bob Cooper is travelling to Fort Campbell to announce a consumer protection guide for U.S. military personnel.

According to a news release, it was through a relationship with Fort Campbell’s consumer affairs counselors that the attorney general’s office recognized the need for information about common scams targeting the military. The guide covers topics that include automobile purchases, lending, identity theft and debt collection.

Cooper will discuss the new guide during a presentation at the sprawling Army base on the Tennessee-Kentucky border on Thursday morning.

The guide will be available for download from the Attorney General’s website at www.tn.gov/attorneygeneral.

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