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FCNB warning consumers to practice due diligence with door-to-door salespeople

FCNB is warning New Brunswick consumers about high pressure sales tactics being used by some door-to-door salespeople who are offering to install heating and cooling systems.

Credit reporting act aims to provide clarity and protection for consumers

New consumer protection laws related to credit reporting, credit repair and debt settlement will take effect Oct. 1.

Surprises in store for the 7th annual Touch-A-Truck

The popular Touch-A-Truck event will be back in the Moncton Coliseum parking lot, on Saturday, September 22 from 11 am to 4 pm.

Updated NB Music Industry Investment Program

After months of industry surveys and consultations, Music•Musique NB (MNB) is ready to launch the reviewed Music Industry Development (MID) Investment Program. MNB has been administering the program on behalf of the provincial government since May 2017.

Investment Alert: BitConnect

The New Brunswick Financial and Consumer Services Commission is warning New Brunswickers about investments being offered by BitConnect.

New Brunswickers lose $1.4 million to various financial scams in 2017

Phishing, extortion and identify fraud were the top scams used by fraudsters last year to try to separate unsuspecting New Brunswickers from their money.

New payday loan rules now in effect

New rules to protect New Brunswick consumers who take out payday loans came into effect on Jan. 1.

Santa’s Elves at Lewisville Middle School raise over $50,000 for Christmas Daddies!

The staff and students at Lewisville Middle School in Moncton, NB celebrated a milestone this year, raising over $50,000 for Christmas Daddies. $51,506.07 to be exact.

Consumer alert regarding gifting circles

As the holiday season approaches, the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB) is warning consumers about gifting circles.

Igor Dobrovolskiy named to Order of Moncton

"The Order of Moncton celebrates individuals whose passion and vision of excellence are positively interwoven within the city's social, cultural and economic well-being," says Mayor Dawn Arnold." We are proud to honour Mr. Dobrovolskiy, Sœur Gallant, and Mr. Johnson for how they have all enriched the lives of others and made a difference in our great city.

FCNB looks for input on combatting financial abuse of senior

The Financial and Consumer Services Commission is launching consultations across the province to find solutions to help prevent and respond to the financial abuse of New Brunswick’s growing population of seniors.

Spare Some Change and Help Make a Change

A new initiative focused on helping those in need launches in Uptown Saint John.

Financial Literacy Month: Take charge of your finances!

New Brunswickers are being challenged to take charge of their finances and form smart spending habits during Financial Literacy Month.

Santa Claus is Coming to Uptown Saint John

The parade committee welcomes a special parade marshal for 2017 – Bernard Cormier!

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