|KCA holds an International Campaign on Fraud Prevention Month to prevent consumer damages related to COVID-19|
KCA holds an International Campaign on Fraud Prevention Month to prevent consumer damages related to COVID-19
The Korea Consumer Agency (President Lee Hee-sook) conducts ‘an International Campaign on Fraud Prevention Month’to prevent consumer damages related to COVID-19 for three (3) weeks, starting April 6.
Since 2005, the Int’l Campaign on Fraud Prevention Month has been held annually during which key member countries of the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (ICPEN)* participate in order to share countermeasures to prevent consumer damages involving fraudulent transactions.
* ICPEN (International Consumer Protection & Enforcement Network): it is a network of consumer protection government authorities from across the globe which was formed in 1992, and its
membership now consists of about 74 government authorities, including the KCA and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
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