March 4, 2013
Jane Friedman, The Star Tribune
A government database that has a main diet of complaints about consumer fraud is having to loosen its belt a notch these days.
A record 2.1 million consumer complaints were entered into the database, called the Consumer Sentinel Network, in 2012, up from 1.9 million the year before, the Federal Trade Commission reported last week.
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