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Most of our clients are aware of the existence of the Consumer Protection Act, but not everyone understands the effects thereof. When does this apply?
The short answer is: when you have been treated unfairly or even when you are accused of acting unfairly – good examples are unfairness in the execution of a contract, false advertising or when products are defective.
As much as you may be a Service Provider, you are also a Consumer and your rights must be protected. We ensure that this is done when you enter into agreements, making purchases and generally conducting business. We want to protect your rights ensuring that reasonable terms and conditions are provided by you and to you in the process of concluding contracts.