- Associated Press - Monday, March 7, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska residents can now file a consumer complaint, report a scam and register with the federal “Do Not Call” registry under a new state website.

Attorney General Doug Peterson unveiled the new website, protectthegoodlife.nebraska.gov, and a new Twitter account @ProtectNE. His announcement on Monday coincides with National Consumer Protection week, which runs March 6-12.

The consumer protection website simplifies the process of reporting frauds and scams, and creates a new way for the state’s Consumer Protection Division to connect with Nebraska residents.

It will also make it easier for people to request a presentation on consumer education by a representative of the Consumer Protection Office.

A link to the website is available on the attorney general’s website at ago.nebraska.gov.

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