Oklahoma Consumer Law

In Oklahoma, the mini-FTC act is Okla. Stat. tit. 15, §§ 751 – 763; Okla. Stat. tit. 78, §§51 – 55. Under this legislation, plaintiffs have a cause of action when persons commit unfair and unconscionable acts and deceptive acts. To sustain an action, the plaintiff must not show actual harm due to the defendant’s conduct. There is no statute of limitations for actions under the statute.

A successful plaintiff is entitled to compensatory damages as potential remedies for a violation.  Damages under the statute are not capped, and attorneys’ fees are recoverable. Class actions are permitted under the statute.