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Consumer search engines, portals, and directories.



Consumer Information

Consumer World - [New Window] - Directory of the consumer resources. Find links to product reviews, buying advice, consumer rights, scam alerts and bargains.

ConsumerSearch.com - [New Window] - ConsumerSearch.com reviews hundreds of product reviews, analyzes them, distills the information shoppers need and recommends which products are the best.

Directory of Consumer-Driven Services - [New Window] - The purpose of the Directory is to provide consumers, researchers, administrators, service providers, and others with a comprehensive central resource for information on national and local consumer-driven programs. Such programs have a proven track record in helping people recover from mental illnesses.

Indiefield Consumer Directory - [New Window] - If you are interested in taking part in Market Research events why donít you register with us and we will let you know about research being conducted in your area. There is no cost to you for registering on our data base and we will email you regularly about events that you might be interested in, and be rewarded for taking part in.

InstructionSheets.com - [New Window] - Links to manufacturers' product instructions.

NMLS Consumer Access - [New Window] - A free service for consumers to confirm that the financial-services company or professional with whom they wish to conduct business is authorized to conduct business in their state.

Ratings.Net - [New Window] - Ratings.Net allows you to search for, and provides you with a means to vote on, products and services you have used and see summaries of what others think. This allows you as a consumer to make informed decisions on what to buy or use.



U.S. Consumer Gateway - [New Window] - A one-stop link to a broad range of federal information resources available online. It is designed so that you can locate information by category -- such as Food, Health, Product Safety, Your Money, and Transportation. Each category has subcategories to direct you to areas within individual federal web sites containing related information.