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Consumer Rights meaning rights to ask if you bought something which you do not like or that you dislike of the way it looks. Consumer are people who purchase goods and service, both meet their basic needs and to fulfill their desire for luxuries.

Consumer have legal rights and should have access to extensive information. All of us have consumer rights matter what age because we all buy goods and if those things aren't looking as they are described we have the possibility to take back those products and hand it and get our money back. Which regularly doesn't affect us because it isn't your fault if someone described something which impressed you and didn't turn out that way.

Consumer right meaning having the right to ask something which wasnt as the quality you expected.

meaning...pag nag bakal ka igwa kang karapatan na ibalik ang saimong binakal ta may dipekto..lalo na pag dae muh nagustohan ang produkto... —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:00, 2 July 2010 (UTC)

US Laws in England?[edit]

Various US law are listed under the 'United Kingdom' heading. Odd! (talk) 20:56, 15 September 2010 (UTC)

The phrase "lama arm of consumers" exists only on this website, and on no other website. Is this a real phrase or legal term?Improve (talk) 17:46, 24 January 2011 (UTC)

Relay of message[edit]

I have received an new account request via the Wikipedia account creation interface, with the requested username of " User:NONE " with the accompanying comment of

Hello, this is not the correct forum for my contact, however, Wiki has none, and I do not have the time to keep reading your endless FAQ pages. Here goes: On the page: There is a link: Consumer Action IT IS A SPOOFING ATTEMPT I think it should be investigated, and not just deleted by me, so I am sending this info to YOU, in the hope you will know what "WIKI address" to forward this to. Thanks

Accompanying signature redacted

It is my interpretation considering the requested username and comment this potential user just wants to have this message posted to be addressed, which I am doing here. I am not going to create the account requested because I feel if this potential user wishes to continue any discussion that may ensue, they will either do it as an IP user or create an account to continue. I am also sending an email to the address that came in with the request, informing them of this post w/a link. I will also inform them the username "None" is not available as it is already an established account. P.S. I have no knowledge of this subject hence I will not be involved in any discussions here. Mlpearc (powwow) 18:04, 6 September 2012 (UTC)

Consumer Rights Directive[edit]

Where does the recent Consumer Rights Directive [1] (Europe) fit in with all this? (talk) 15:07, 29 January 2013 (UTC)

It doesn't. This topic has been banned from Wikipedia. -- (talk) 19:34, 18 May 2013 (UTC)
Does it not??? It shows the main difference between the European and other consumer protection! It means that the consumer protection laws of all the EU states are or will be closely the same. E.g., listing the countries in this article in this order is not useful. E.g., in EU, if somebody buy a product in a webshop, they can return the product (in some days) without any problem, just not liking. Without these issues, without showing the main differences of the approaches of the countries worldwide, it isn't a useful article. Please, if somebody know the consumer protection laws, rewrite this article! Karesz1h (talk) 09:34, 10 November 2015 (UTC)

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Ursch Clock Repair in Edwardsville Illinois[edit]

I can only say I'm extremely disappointed in Tim and his business. I gave him $800 to fix my clock and he even gave me a sob story and still paid him. My clock doesn't work and I have to spend

more money. I called him numerous times. Found his address and went to his home. I knew his wife because she came to my home. She I wrote my number on a post it note to have him call me. She even wrote ASAP. still no response It's just a shame you can't trust people. 

Sad. Diane Buchanan Jim3145 (talk) 12:28, 4 April 2017 (UTC)