Home
Search results “Faulty product rights”
Returning goods out of warranty - Which? investigation
 
03:44
http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/problem/i-want-to-return-my-goods-what-are-my-rights?utm_campaign=video_rights&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube_channel&utm_content=returninggoods&utm_term=description Did you know that if your tech develops a fault later in life, you might still be able to get the retailer to repair or replace it, even if the warranty has expired? Sale of goods act: http://www.which.co.uk/saleofgoodsact Join the debate: http://www.which.co.uk/soga Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/which Check out the website: http://www.which.co.uk Under the Sale of Goods Act, goods must be as described, of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose. If you find a fault with your product before it would be reasonably be expected to do so you can claim against the store rather than the manufacturer, even beyond the warranty. And you have six years to take a claim to court for faulty goods in England, Wales and Northern Ireland; in Scotland you have five years. In this investigation we found that you could be getting incorrect information from the stores you bought your products from.
Views: 6733 Which?
Get Refund For Faulty Product - Know Billing & Warranty Rights
 
05:26
Reputable companies will honor their warranty for faulty goods, often without a receipt. You have rights if you pay with a credit card. The FTC over sees breach of warranty.
Views: 117 Know How Now
Online Shopping | What to do when you receive a faulty product
 
02:29
This Video is all about Consumer Rights and Protection. We have great links down below to help you shop online! Take a look!! As we promised in the video here are some websites you should take a look at. Retail Gatekeeper.com https://retailgatekeeper.com Scam Adviser https://www.scamadviser.com SiteJabba https://www.sitejabber.com Trust Pilot https://www.trustpilot.com Consumer Law https://www.consumerlaw.com.au Subscribe to out channel!! https://www.youtube.com/user/retailgatekeeper1
Views: 773 Retail Gatekeeper
Know Your Rights About Returning Goods - Part 2 | This Morning
 
03:16
In the run up to Christmas, Martin wants us all to get shopper savvy with a game of true or false to make sure we don't taken for a ride this festive season.
Views: 6909 This Morning
Sale of Goods Act - What are your Rights?
 
03:16
Sale of Goods Act - What are your Rights? Get advice on your rights under the Sale of Good Act at https://www.expertanswers.co.uk/ So you've just bought a brand new car and Wow, are you pleased with it! You've driven it out of the showroom it's amazing. You go home, Wow! All the neighbours are looking at it. The following day you put the key in the ignition, you give it a twist, Bang! It won't go. Eventually it goes knock, knock, knock, knock, knock, knock, knock. So you're in the garage, they tell you to get the AA. You get the AA. Or the RAC or anyone of the whole variety of different ones, and they recover the car, and they discover that the engine's blown itself to bits. Who’s at fault for this? There was a fault with it. The reason is immaterial; the engine's wrecked, It needs a new engine. Your brand new car needs a new engine! It’s twenty-four hours old. What can you do about it? Well the sale of goods Jack says that things have to be of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose. Well in circumstances like that, let’s face it, It's neither of those. You're entitled to rescind the contract; you're entitled to reject the goods take the car back, and get your money back. Simple. It's as simple as that, take the car back and ask the garage for your money back. However what you're entitled to, and actually getting it out of the garage are going to be two separate things. You're entitled to your money back. You've rejected the car. It's within a reasonable period of time. It's for substantial fault. The chances of them actually getting that cheque book out, is going to be remote. Very often what happens with the law, actually being entitled to something and getting it is something else altogether. Fortunately the government have produced guidelines on second hand cars. Now, it’s no good spouting the guidelines saying “but the Guidelines say this” and “The Guidelines say that”, and “The Guidelines say the other”, and the reason is quite simple: Guidelines are not law, they're just guidelines. Let me give you a slightly different scenario: You bring your brand new car home and you discover that the headlight’s cracked and it's not working. You wouldn't be entitled to rescind the contract for that, you couldn't take the car back. It has to be a substantial fault. Not just a blown bulb. Legal advice on your rights under the Sale of Goods Act from solicitor at https://www.expertanswers.co.uk/
Views: 4317 Expert Answers
A guide to your consumer rights
 
05:30
A guide to your consumer rights Subscribe to the Guardian HERE: http://bitly.com/UvkFpD Guardian consumer affairs correspondent, Rebecca Smithers, breaks down the complicated world of consumer rights. She talks us through the law relating to everything from the high street to buying online, and even what to do when digital content such as apps and film downloads fail to work
Views: 21555 The Guardian
RETURNING GOODS | The Checkout | ABC1
 
07:25
Julian Morrow finds out if you can get away with murder under the Australian Consumer Law. Along the way he tells you what your rights are when it comes to returning goods. They're your rights and you have the right not to remain silent. SUBSCRIBE now to The Checkout on YouTube: http://ab.co/1nhNgCh How viewers can get involved in THE CHECKOUT: http://facebook.com/checkouttv http://twitter.com/checkouttv #thecheckout http://futube.net.au (where you can send in video complaints) [email protected] (email us directly)
Views: 102395 The Checkout
Faulty Product Claims, Defective Product Injuries and Faulty Goods Claims
 
03:18
http://www.neil-hudgell.co.uk/our-services/faulty-product-claims/ - Neil Hudgell Solicitors have a unique approach to personal injury arising from faulty products. A complete no win no fee service, faulty product claims from Neil Hudgell are treated with a determination to get the best results for clients, helping to ensure that where financial compensation is due, the victim of any personal injury receives what they are rightfully entitled to by law. Faulty product claims can arise as a result of defectively manufactured products that fail to operate in the usual way causing personal injury. Nicola Dukes is a solicitor working for Neil Hudgell's Personal Injury and Faulty Product Claims Department (http://www.neil-hudgell.co.uk/our-people/nicola-dukes/).
Views: 489 NeilHudgell
Defective or Unsafe Electrical goods? You have legal rights.
 
01:46
If you're buying electricals make sure you know your consumer rights and product safety. For National Consumer Week Citizens Advice Hull & East Riding have put together some top tips.
Views: 623 Citizens Advice
Defective Product, Worst After Sales
 
18:52
IN PEHREDAAR THIS WEEK Disgruntled Yamaha consumer demands a refund for defective bike, company refuse. Pehredaar ensures relief. RCOM irregular and arbitrary deduction stopped only after Pehredaar intervention. Flipkart exchanges product. Consumer demands a refund, company denies till Pehredaar takes up the case with the company.
Views: 1039 CNBC Awaaz
Apple Refused to Replace my Laptop - How to Win with Consumer Law
 
10:21
Apple Refused to Replace my Laptop - How to Win with Consumer Law SUBSCRIBE - http://bit.ly/subcribetome Link to Consumer Law section on Apple website https://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/ Which Consumer Rights Advice http://bit.ly/WhichRights What I Use …  My Complete Kit List UK http://amzn.to/2rc38xF USA http://amzn.to/2rFvp0V My 2nd Camera UK http://amzn.to/2qOmtFT USA http://amzn.to/2q0tDWt My Lens UK http://amzn.to/2prNI4k USA http://amzn.to/2q0wBud My Wireless Microphone UK http://bit.ly/SennAVX USA http://amzn.to/2q0l2mY My Wired Microphone UK http://amzn.to/2qnu26r USA http://amzn.to/2pvDJvE My Editing Monitor UK http://amzn.to/2pw0wHD USA http://amzn.to/2q2MxKk Any Amazon links that appear in the video description are affiliate links. They do not alter the price you pay. Geekanoids earns a small commission on each sale. Find me on -- Web http://www.geekanoids.co.uk/ Twitter http://www.twitter.com/geekanoids/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/geekan0ids/ Google+ http://bit.ly/GeekGPlus Instagram http://instagram.com/geekanoids/ Tumblr http://geekanoids.tumblr.com/ Luxury Lifestyle http://youtube.com/LuxuryLifestyleChannel GeekVloggz http://youtube.com/GeekVloggz --- music : Original Audio ©Geekanoids --- Please use my Amazon links ... it doesn't cost you a penny extra - UK http://bit.ly/GeekUK • USA http://bit.ly/GeekUSA Canada http://bit.ly/GeekCa • France http://bit.ly/GeekFR Germany http://bit.ly/GeekDE • Spain http://bit.ly/GeekES Italy http://bit.ly/GeekITA Support this Channel http://www.davidcryer.uk/ Subscribe to the Newsletter http://bit.ly/GeekNews Send us something & get a shoutout: http://bit.ly/GeekAmaz Geekanoids is part of GluMedia Group https://www.facebook.com/GluMediaGroup/ Any Amazon links that appear in the video description are affiliate links. They do not alter the price you pay. Geekanoids earns a small commission on each sale.
Views: 9779 Geekanoids
Consumer Law Ready | How to implement consumers’ rights for defective products
 
02:32
ABOUT THE PROJECT: Consumer Law Ready is a unique EU-wide consumer law training programme to bring SMEs up to speed on important aspects of EU consumer law. Specialist training empowers SMEs with know-how to deal with customer complaints, avoid costly litigation and improve overall customer service. This results in increased trust in their businesses. The programme, developed by European Commission and experts, spans all aspects of SME trading : • pre-contractual information requirements, • consumer right of withdrawal, • consumer rights and guarantees in case of non-conform products, • unfair commercial practices • alternative dispute resolutions https://consumerlawready.eu MORE VIDEOS ON CONSUMER LAW READY: MODULE 1 How to implement pre-contractual requirements | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready1 Tip 1 How to implement pre-contractual requirements | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready11 MODULE 2 How to implement consumers' right of withdrawal | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready2 Tip 2: How to implement consumers' right of withdrawal | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready22 MODULE 3 How to implement consumers’ rights for defective products | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready3 Tip 3: How to implement consumers’ rights for defective products | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready33 MODULE 4 How to avoid unfair commercial practices and terms | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready4 Tip 4: How to avoid unfair commercial practices and terms | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready44 MODULE 5 How to resolve consumer disputes with alternative dispute resolution | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready5 Tip 5: How to resolve consumer disputes with alternative dispute resolution | http://bit.ly/consumerlawready55 MORE ON THE PROJECT Consumer Law Ready content is designed so trainers can host courses in their own localities, anywhere in Europe. Lessons have been developed in 28 languages and carefully tailored to consumer legislation in the countries of origin. Online resources have also been developed so that entrepreneurs can also learn from various tools including videos, FAQs, e-test and a forum! Want to Participate? Sign up today at consumerlawready.eu or ask more information to [email protected] Consumer Law Ready is funded by the European Parliament and the European Commission; managed by a consortium of BEUC, SMEunited and Eurochambres.
Views: 114 ConsumerLaw Ready
faulty product
 
00:21
Views: 16 luke buckmaster
Defective product
 
01:14
Defective product pc tablet hundai rock x order 100451051
Views: 98 ahmed boufouln
Refund your money if we do not have goods or faulty products ( ProvideSmtp.com )
 
01:27
Thanks you for sharing our video online Video Shared By: Providesmtp ( Yahoo!Messenger ID ) Website: http://providesmtp.com Selling SMTP Mailer Webmail unlimited ( good IP with new and fresh ) Selling RDP - VPS linux - VPS window. Selling SSH - Leads ( mail ): US EU CA AU Asia
Views: 7630 Hai Tonny
Tip Tuesday: What can you do if a product is faulty?
 
00:45
We have more details, plus an explanation of "acceptable quality", here: http://bit.ly/Consumer-Guarantees-Act
Views: 786 Consumer NZ
Can I return a faulty product to a shop?
 
01:50
Dermott Jewell of The Consumers' Association of Ireland answers the very important question "If I buy a faulty product, can I return It" www.thecai.ie
Views: 1057 ConsumersAssociation
Product Liability & Faulty Products | What you can do
 
01:10
Manufacturers of products have a duty to protect consumers when possible. If injuries occur because of usage of these products - then you have rights. Contact www.CourtroomWarriors.com with any of your product liability questions. We offer free consultations.
Views: 76 Frenkelfirm
(NATIONAL MOVEMENT FOR CONSUMER RIGHTS PROTECTION)KELUM HEWAGE
 
00:59
NMCRP (NATIONAL MOVEMENT FOR CONSUMER RIGHTS PROTECTION) PRESS MEETING FOR 2016 BUDGET AND THE GOVERNMENT TO PUT DOWN ALL ESSENTIALS GOODS PRICES.
Views: 265 KELUM K. HEWAGE
Black Friday sales - Know your shopping rights
 
02:12
If you're buying Black Friday deals in store or online, you have clear rights set in place by the Consumer Rights Act. So make sure you know what to do, if your Black Friday shopping goes wrong. 1. A faulty Black Friday deal Hunting for the best Black Friday deals can be stressful enough without discovering that you've bought something that's faulty. We recommend that you go to the retailer in the first instance, rather than using a warranty. Move quickly, though, as you only have 30 days in which to reject something that's faulty and get your money back. But after 30 days, you can still ask the retailer to repair or replace it. 2. Unwanted purchases: online vs in store You can only return non-faulty goods for an exchange or refund to a high street retailer if it has a returns policy. Most shops' returns policies state time limits for returning non-faulty products, often 28 days. But sometimes they extend this period – especially at Christmas – so you might have more time than you think. Check when you buy. If you order online, you can cancel the order at any time from the moment you paid and up to 14 days from the date the goods were delivered to you. Once you've notified the retailer that you'd like to cancel, you then have a further 14 days to return the product. 3. Digital content that doesn’t work In 2015, the Consumer Rights Act introduced new digital rights. This essentially means that anything you download or stream – including apps, ebooks, games, music or movies – is now covered by the legislation. The retailer has one opportunity to repair or replace any goods or digital content that are of unsatisfactory quality, unfit for purpose or not as described, before you can demand a refund. Crucially, for the most part, these rights only apply to digital content you pay for, not the free stuff. 4. Problems with a Black Friday delivery It’s always the retailer's responsibility to deliver your goods to you. If your parcel doesn't turn up on time, goes missing altogether, arrives damaged or is stolen from your doorstep, the retailer needs to rectify the situation. You shouldn't have to chase the delivery courier if there is a problem. Know your delivery rights and always speak to the retailer in the first instance. 5. Avoid scams on Black Friday There has been an increase over recent years in goods being sold by unscrupulous sellers on social media and marketplace websites, as it’s easy to set up multiple accounts that don’t require too many details. According to the latest annual Intellectual Property Crime Report, Facebook and Instagram continue to be a focus for scammers selling counterfeit and often unsafe counterfeit goods. So, be careful you know your rights and watch out for scams when buying on Facebook Marketplace. Other platforms such as Twitter, Gumtree, Amazon and Alibaba are also favourites for counterfeiters who use the world-wide reach of such platforms to sell their infringing products. When making purchases around Black Friday and Christmas, try to pay using a credit card as this will offer you more protection under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act if something goes wrong. We advise caution if you see any Black Friday deals advertised on social media that look too good to be true. For more details on your Black Friday shopping rights, visit: https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/advice/black-friday-shopping-rights Which?: http://www.which.co.uk Twitter: https://twitter.com/whichuk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whichuk/
Views: 331 Which?
Returning faulty goods
 
00:52
Views: 229 Peter Bedo
Do You Know Your Consumer Rights?
 
02:06
Have you ever: * bought something that broke straight away? * had something that broke just out of warranty? * been pressured into buying something you didn't want? * had problems with lenders or book up? You have rights that protect you, whether you shop in a store, online, or a salesman comes to your door. So the next time something goes wrong with a product or service you've bought, make sure you speak up. This film shows the troubles consumers can face with faulty products, warranties and unsolicited consumer agreements made from door-to-door sales. It highlights the rights that exist for consumers under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) and how we can help. Visit: https://www.qld.gov.au/law/fair-trading?utm_source=OFT-homepage-YouTube-acl&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=OFT-YouTube
Views: 4962 FairTradingQLD
British right to refund under threat
 
00:31
European Union legislation could see British shoppers' right to a refund for faulty goods disappear. At present, UK consumers have a legal right to a refund, repair or replacement for a purchase which is faulty as long as they act within a reasonable time. However, the EU's Consumer Rights Directive could mean that the right to a refund would disappear, although the right to a repair or replacement would still be available. The Law Commissions of England and Wales and Scotland have called for the right to a refund to remain in place.
Views: 191 MyFinancesBulletin
Do You Have To Have A Receipt To Return Faulty Goods?
 
00:45
Without a receipt, you will only receive the current selling price, which may differ to if product or service buy fails meet consumer guarantee, have defective goods, use refurbished parts in repair of goods. Googleusercontent search. You will need to have a proof of purchase if you return it the seller for any reason 26 oct 2011 here are some tips and techniques make sure get your money back. You can ask for a replacement or refund if the problem with product is major. Html no receipt? No problem, you can still get a refund the theguardian money receipts consumer affairs class "" url? Q webcache. Consumer rights faulty goods ccpc. Proof of purchase, but this doesn't necessarily have to be the shop receipt. If you're after this date, however, you can try returning it without a or that your product was defective, don't have receipt. You paid cash and you have lost your receipt but do still the box? . The same applies if you can only return goods with a receipt. While stores do not have to exchange sale goods if the buyer changes their mind, consumers always full rights a refund or an are faulty, price they were sold at being immaterial however, many will offer credit note, so its worth asking. Business if the product is confirmed to have a problem, so keep your receipts. Shops don't have to offer a refund for goods that been bought in store and aren't faulty, 22 jan 2015 whether you are entitled replacement, repair or can depend if returning faulty do not accept should always ask receipt when buying services where the purchase was made by debit credit card will be event purchased item, exchange refund, must full an item is as described doesn't what it's they another 14 days return once they've told youthis could sales other evidence such bank statement packaging get your money back on. Consumers urged to use refund rights, return faulty goods abc can i take it back? Returns policies of all the major high street replacements, refunds and credit notes citizens information. Spencer i have lost my receipt, can still get a refund? Accc. 13 jul 2017 how to claim the 2 year guarantee for eu purchases, get a repair, you a refund if goods you bought turn out to be faulty or do not look or work if the goods are not faulty, it is subject to the m&s goodwill refund policy. Your shopping rights money smart. If your goods are faulty and you don't have the receipt, still same rights to a repair, refund or replacement as under consumer act an early right reject that unsatisfactory quality, unfit for 22 nov 2016 rules on returning items will depend whether there is fault with this transferal of return when gift receipt. How to return nearly anything without a receipt lifehacker. If the item is defective, there are actually laws in place to protect you from faulty goods when buy they must be. Refund & exchange policy &#8211accepting returns and giving refunds the law gov. Don't think 'no receipt' means return' find out when and how you can return faulty goods for
Views: 47 crazy sparky
Consumer Rights
 
02:23
New Project
Views: 3694 Richard Mullane
The Checkout  Consumer rights
 
07:25
Censored version of ABC The checkout for viewing by secondary students
Views: 1488 Annette Dal Pra
Can You Return A Faulty Item Without A Receipt?
 
00:46
While stores do not have to exchange sale goods if the buyer changes their mind, consumers always full rights a refund or an are faulty, price they were sold at being immaterial however, many will offer credit note, so its worth asking. 19 dec 2008 stores often try the 'no refund or return without a receipt' line. You are entitled to return a faulty item, as goods and you can item even if have confirmation or receipt number from phone martin lewis reveals your consumer rights, when ask for refund. Accepting returns and giving refunds the law gov. Please provide your original receipt (or other proof of purchase). To return something if the fault with it was pointed out to you before bought. Oneysavingexpert shopping consumer rights refunds exchange no receipt? No problem, you can still get a refund the i want to return my goods, what are rights? Which magazine. A price reduction if consumers choose to keep the goods, without deducting 26 oct 2011 you're after this date, however, you can try returning it a receipt and there are actually laws in place protect from faulty goods it's. Don't think 'no receipt' means return' this might sound pretty basic common sense, but without it, you can find yourself exposed. But remember, if goods are faulty you can still use your sad fart rights an item is found to have a manufacturing fault no receipt needed and full refund contact us anytime we will get back within 2 working days. You should always take faulty items back to the shop where you we will immediately refund or replace any everyday grocery item are not entirely satisfied with. Martin lewis shoppers, know your rights telegraph. If your goods are faulty and you don't have the receipt, still same rights to a repair, refund or replacement as under consumer act 22 nov 2016 rules on returning items will depend whether there is fault with this transferal of return when gift receipt. Oneysavingexpert shopping consumer rights refunds exchange no receipt? No problem, you can still get a refund the theguardian money receipts affairs class "" url? Q webcache. For details about all the ways you can though we hope that will never need to return anything, should or faulty items your nearest screwfix store; Remember bring receipt, without a receipt exchange refund in vouchers at last known selling if purchased with multi buy offer discount despatch item received is unfit for purpose, unless have. Consumer myths you need to be wary of the irish timesreturns & refunds decathlon return policyreturns cancellations returns matalan. By continuing to use our website without changing the settings, you are agreeing 28 aug 2012 can only return goods with a receiptyou usually need proof of purchase when faulty; So bank statement or don't have receipt get your money back on faulty. Do i need a receipt to return faulty item? Primark. This could be a sales receipt or other evidence such as bank statement 8 sep 2014 i can't return product because don't have the company bought so
Views: 53 crazy sparky
Taking care of the return of faulty products
 
00:38
Interview with Subhodeep Bhattacharya, Country Manager-India & South Asia, HP ProCurve Networking, Hewlett-Packard India Sales Pvt Ltd, Bangalore (www.hp.com/in), September 15, 2009, 11 am
Views: 118 Murali D
Faulty Products | Call us at +91-9811782573
 
01:00
This is the mistake you’re making - every time you don’t act against the faulty/damaged product that you were sold - you’re assisting sellers of faulty products - to sell more. As a consumer, you’re entitled to certain inherent rights against the seller, which are, unfortunately, unknown to many. If you have received a faulty product easily apply for a claim against the faulty product. Read http://bit.ly/2OJHo5N to know more! anemia caused by decreased or faulty red blood cell production,sample complaint letter for faulty product,complaint letter sample for faulty products,faulty product law,complaint letter for faulty product,faulty product,faulty product definition,a man who sell a faulty product,a man who sold a faulty product,accident due to faulty products,amazon faulty product return send image,amazon return a faulty product,application for compensation for faulty product,complaint letter for faulty product download,faulty product on quikr doorstep,faulty product received letter,flipkart faulty product,format of return damaged faulty products to the manufacturer,formate f return damaged faulty products to the manufacturer,formate of return damaged faulty products to the manufacturer,how to replace a faulty product from amazon,how to share faulty product image on amazon,how to write a letter for faulty product apologie,in oms system product faulty device is identified via,letters refusing adjustment about faulty products,not liable for faulty products,not liable for faulty products meaning in hindi,request for faulty products,return damaged faulty products to the manufacturer,sample complaint letter for faulty product for 250 words explanation,sory later for faulty product,was kurkuke banned because of faulty food products,western region faulty products replacement in amazon
Views: 18 MyAdvo
My consumer rights - shopping refunds (English)
 
01:08
This video animation is about shopping refunds under the Australian Consumer Law. It is one of six topics in a series about your rights and responsibilities when buying goods and services in Australia. It is aimed at new migrants, including those from emerging communities, and is available in seven languages.
A Guide To Consumer Rights
 
02:08
http://www.tvchoice.uk.com - 27 mins, 2001 Three lively scenarios illustrate customer's rights and explain the laws which apply. I WANT MY MONEY BACK: Barney takes a faulty vacuum cleaner back to the shop. He wants his money back. But the shop say they only need to repair it. Is this true? THE EXTORTIONATE KITCHEN: Mrs Keating buys a kitchen on credit, but she discovers the interest payments are extortionate. Can she cancel the agreement? FOOD POISIONING: Mr Geddes blames a restaurant for giving him food poisoning. The restaurant manager thinks Geddes is "trying it on". Who's in the right? TV CHOICE has a range of over 200 educational films and film clips for Business Studies, Geography, History, Leisure and Tourism and many other subjects. USA FORMATS AVAILABLE. http://www.tvchoice.uk.com
Views: 813 TVChoiceFilms
Why Shops Can't Refuse a Refund for Defective Goods
 
06:20
In the first episode of the revamped series, Zoë answers a viewer question on the law surrounding defective goods. Zoë's book, 'Unholy Crusade', is out now at http://dft.ba/-unholycrusade Zoë's t-shirt and accessory designs are available now at http://mouseworks.spreadshirt.co.uk Zoë's second channel is http://www.youtube.com/zjkr Read more from Zoë at http://www.zoerobinson.com or Contact her via Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/ZoeRobinsonUK and Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/zoejrobinson For more information on today's topics, see:
Hampshire Trading Standards Guide To Faulty Goods
 
02:50
Key themes • What a receipt is and why it is important • What to do when something you buy is faulty • When you are entitled to a refund and when you are not • Who can give you advice if something does go wrong Discussion points • When can you take something back to a shop? • When can't you return something to a shop? • What must you keep safely?
How to file a Consumer Complaint
 
07:53
Ordered a Mobile Phone got a Brick ! [SOLUTION] This video will cover all the necessary measures that you need to take against consumer grievances and fraud . Do watch the video till the end and spread the word as much as you can ,because you never know it might help someone...Awareness is Light ! #AskUIC Lawyer Ujjawal Anand Sharma : http://bit.ly/21fqMTo National Consumer helpline number - 1800-11-4000 State consumer helpline number 1 Andhra Pradesh 1800-425-0082 / 1800-425-2977 2 Arunachal Pradesh 1800-345-3601 3 Assam 1800-345-3611 4 Bihar 1800-345-6188 5 Chhattisgarh 1800-233-3663 6 Delhi 011-23379266 7 Gujarat 1800-233-0222 8 Haryana 1800-180-2087 9 Himachal Pradesh 1800-180-8026 10 Karnataka 1800-425-9339 / 1967 11 Kerala 1800-425-1550 12 Madhya Pradesh 155343 13 Maharashtra 1800-22-2262 14 Mizoram 1800-231-1792 15 Nagaland 1800-345-3701 16 Orissa 1800-345-6724 / 6760 17 Rajasthan 1800-180-6030 18 Sikkim 1800-345-3209 / 1800-345-3236 19 Tamil Nadu 044-2859-2828 20 Uttar Pradesh 1800-180-0300 21 West Bengal 1800-345-2808 And if you want to file your complaint online then you can file on http://nationalconsumerhelpline.in/ or http://core.nic.in/ both are government websites. ------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------------------ Video / Audio Recording devices : Sony Tripod : http://amzn.to/1Punfvr Camera : http://amzn.to/1punQVl Mic : http://amzn.to/1TpZPvO Pop Filter : http://amzn.to/1Twft7Y 2GB MicroSDHC UHS-1 Memory Card :http://amzn.to/1W5MV5U -------------­----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------ #urindianconsumer !!==–..__..-=-._; !!==–[email protected]=-._; !!==–..__..-=-._; !! !! !! !! !! \\\|||\\\|||\\\ \\\|||\\\|||\\\UR Indian Consumer \\\|||\\\|||\\\\\\|||\\\|||\\\ Subscribe to My Channel [join the Indian Consumer family] : http://goo.gl/SIFH0N Facebook Page [ur like will make my day ] : http://goo.gl/IdsPmP Twitter page : https://twitter.com/prasadvedpathak Google + page : https://plus.google.com/+UrIndianConsumer Official Site : http://urindianconsumer.weebly.com/ \\\|||\\\|||\\\ \\\|||\\\|||\\\Ur Indian Consumer \\\|||\\\|||\\\\\\|||\\\|||\\\
Views: 596883 Ur IndianConsumer
RIGHT ON: SERVICES | The Checkout | ABC1
 
07:28
Julian Morrow guides consumers through the Australian Consumer Law and how it can help you when a service provider doesn't do the job properly. How viewers can get involved in THE CHECKOUT: http://facebook.com/checkouttv http://twitter.com/checkouttv #thecheckout http://futube.net.au (where you can send in video complaints) [email protected] (email us directly) This year THE CHECKOUT is outsourcing its promos - find out more at http://ab.co/checkoutmypromo or #checkoutmypromo
Views: 45108 The Checkout
Faulty Goods | Duncan Lewis Solicitors
 
01:13
Personal Injury Solicitors 033 3772 0409 | https://www.duncanlewis.co.uk/ If you have suffered an injury as the result of a faulty or dangerous product, you may be eligible to make a claim for compensation. Claims for faulty and dangerous products compensation include general damages for pain, suffering and loss of amenity and special damages to cover lost earnings, medical fees and other out-of-pocket expenses. Injuries sustained as a result of defective goods or faulty products can involve household items, electrical goods, toys or cosmetic products. Some faulty products may cause injury by chemical exposure or dangerous fumes. Accidents happen – but Duncan Lewis personal injury solicitors have a successful track record in faulty product claims and will make sure you obtain the compensation you are entitled to for your injuries. For advice on making a claim, please call Duncan Lewis personal injury solicitors on 020 7923 4020. Please contact Petia directly on [email protected] or 02031141243
Views: 73 Duncan Lewis
Defective Products
 
03:45
Views: 310 Sweeney Law Firm
Faulty goods
 
01:10
Faulty
Views: 95 drunkenfool2
when you got broken or damaged product online shopping | what to do | in hindi
 
03:32
In this video i want to show if u get broken product from on line then what to do . where to contac 1) flipkart - http://www.flipkart.com/returnpolicy 2) snapdil - https://www.snapdeal.com/offers/EasyReturns 3) amazon - http://www.amazon.in/?tag=googinhydr1-21&hvadid=26231656574&hvpos=1t1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=9293009865944245367&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=b&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=20472&hvtargid=kwd-2363199143&ref=pd_sl_7jzqcs8fph_b what to do 1) at first take a camera take start capturing of the online product unboxing. 2) its help you to proving evidence to online saler . 3) up lode the video to online its get you money also when you purchase online please flow the gideline 1. No pop-up ads. Be very careful about clicking on realistic-looking retail ads that pop up on your screen while you surf the Web, says BBB Online’s Salter. Pop-ups often don’t take you to a website at all, but rather to a phony operation designed to steal your personal information. Meanwhile, most reputable retailers don’t use pop-ups: they know that customers strongly dislike them and that using them may turn customers away. 2. No unsolicited email. Reputable online retailers don't send you solicitations via email unless you specifically signed up to get information from them or their partners. Be especially suspicious of unsolicited email from seemingly reputable sites like PayPal, eBay, or national banks -- many of them are from “spoof sites,” sites meant to fool you into giving personal information by mimicking other sites you may do business with. You can always contact the name-brand retailer separately or by phone to check if the email was authentic. 3. Other shoppers had good experiences. Check with #IF($EnableExternalLinks)BBBOnline.o#COMMENT#ENDCOMMENTrg#ELSEBetter Business Bureau#ENDIF, which maintains a list of more than 38,000 online merchants that have agreed to the BBB's best-business practices, including full disclosure of return and delivery policies and their costs. BBB member websites will carry an emblem with a yellow torch. Shoppers can also look at online customer feedback sites to see what others say. “Even some big brand-name websites can have very poor customer service,” notes Jane Driggs, president and CEO of BBB Utah in Salt Lake City. “Shoppers really should go on a search engine and look up what others are saying about a company before they buy.” 4. The site has a physical address or phone number. If they do, that's a good sign that the business is for real. “Reputable companies will post their location and phone number so you can get in touch with them if there’s a problem,” says Salter. Call the number for reassurance. 5. There is a return policy. Reputable sites will spell out their return policy, including their shipping policies. If you can’t find this information on the site, shop elsewhere. Creative Rahul me apka swagat he Hello friends yea channel kabal un logo ke lia he jo roj kuch nya sikhna ka cahat rakhte he ,unlogo ke lia he jo creative he or jo apne lia or dusro ke lia kuch kar ne ke chahat rak te he, jis se kisi thara se kisiko madat kar ne me jin ko khusi mahasus hota he or proud feel karte he . chalo dosto kuch nya shikte he jo mere ko malum he o me apko samjane ki kosis karunga or jo ap ko malum he please muje batai a mera video ka comment option me ………. Apka comment mere lia bohut maine rak ta he . subscribe kar na mat bhulia ga mere channel ko or jada se jada share karia jise merako or dusra dosth se kuch naya shik ne ke lia milaga. please- like-share- subscribe my channel Flow me on Twitte -https://twitter.com/creativrahul1 Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/Creativerahul Google + - https://plus.google.com/111233990731323519486 Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/creativ.rahul.7
Views: 37899 Creative rahul
What Is A Right Of Co Sale?
 
00:45
What is a right of first refusal? refusal, and how does it work? Landthink. What your board should know the right of first refusal what do i if have a faulty product? Which. French connection sale what to shop right now people. Nearly every condo has the right of first refusal or (rofr) written under consumer rights act you have an early to reject goods that are a legal sale refund it. The sale but your board doesn't have its hands entirely tied when faced with a it approve of. Vc term sheet negotiation rights of first refusal and co sale. While common, founders should pay attention to these what is a 'right of first offer'. Right of first refusal, co sale and tag along rights taylor wessing. Selling your business? What's right asking price what is a of entry document & why can it cause the preemptive for shareholders? The balance. Jump up ^ 'what is a 'right of first refusal' on company sales? ' 2 mar 2011 right refusal should specify what will happen if the owner wants to in any event, an must close sale pursuant offer 13 jan 2010 (rfr) real estate contract typically be allowed purchase particular property it's offered for 27 jun 2008 exactly does pending, with mean pending sign yard that home sale? . Buyers week what is the right of first refusal? Urbanturf. A right of first offer is a contractual obligation by the owner an asset to rights holder negotiate sale with what are 'tag along rights'. What exactly does contract pending, with first right of refusal mean what is a maximum real estate exposure. Right of first offer investopediawhat is exclusive right to sell listing? Definition and meaning refusal wikipedia. Sale rights definition & example. Investing answers what it is also called tag along rights, co sale rights allow minority shareholders to sell their company xyz careful offer these shares with 17 sep 2007 the right of first refusal and ( rofr ) work together prevent a founder or major common shareholder for selling if wishes dispose that are subject right, other who benefit from can insist 9 nov 2014 nvca model term sheet contains. That the owner may not list unit until after 30 day offer of sale window 13 apr 2017 and right now, you can score percent off all full price items receive free two shipping just by using code f30est. Contingent offers give buyers first right of refusal the balance. Sale rights definition & example what is a right of first refusal and co sale agreement? . Tag along rights, also referred to as 'co sale rights,' are contractual obligations if a majority shareholder sells his take, it gives the minority right join transaction and sell stake in definition of exclusive listing formal agreement under which real short is estate for purchase home before first refusal (rofr or rfr) that its holder option enter becomes property may be used invalidate an improper. 18 jan 2016 it is rare that i will ever counsel a client to accept an offer with a home sale contingency, however, a right of 1st refusal in some circu
Views: 49 Last Question
TV3 Ireland AM segment  Buying Online
 
06:24
Your Rights when Shopping Online - 30 November 2015
Car Accident Defective Product Lawyer in Miami, FL
 
01:46
Visit our website: https://www.seanclearypa.com/ ................................................................................................................ Even if a person has an accident, there may be the case when a defective car product such as a faulty airbag or a flawed seatbelt is to blame for causing an injury or making more damage. It is always wise to investigate the safety mechanisms of a vehicle, even if the driver is clearly guilty for causing the accident. The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary are always focused on details and have the experience of finding a case in hopeless situations, so contact us now at 305-416-9805 to discuss your condition. ................................................................................................................ About The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary Sean M. Cleary, owner of the Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary has established a reputation as one of Miami's most experienced and highly skilled personal injury lawyers. Sean has over 18 years of experience fighting for the rights of his clients and their families, winning million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. With awards and settlements in the value amount of fourteen million dollars and over twelve million dollars, Sean has demonstrated, objectively and tangibly, his ability to accomplish superior results in complex cases. If you found the information offered in this video useful, give it a like. If you know someone who might need to see it, share it. Don't forget to leave a comment below if you have any questions or thoughts. Call The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary at 305-416-9805 for a free case evaluation. We are here to help you! The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary 19 W Flagler St #618, Miami, FL 33130, USA 305-416-9805 ................................................................................................................ Check Out Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPZLgKRysW8uwtXHPpSndgw Learn more about car accidents by visiting our site: https://www.seanclearypa.com/car-accidents/ Check out our related videos: Truck Accidents - https://youtu.be/xPJAq4-D1l0 Head-on Collisions - https://youtu.be/UHJ8dTnKhPE Drunk Driving - https://youtu.be/Vecv0v_J9gI Find us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Clearypa/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/clearypa Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanmclearypa Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/clearypa/
ENTITLED TO A REFUND AFTER 31 DAYS?
 
02:14
There was a post on Avoca's Facebook page recently complaining that they didn't give her a refund after 31 days after she bought something because she changed her mind. Should they give a refund? Lara. Hi Lara, That woman was actually being really ungrateful. Avoca do not have to give a cash refund of any product just because someone 'changes their mind'. Shops often have policies that they will because they're trying to be nice but unless the product is faulty (or not fit for purpose, sold matching it's description or not of merchantable quality) you have no right to demand a refund. The National Consumer Agency explains 'Where goods turn out to be faulty and where you are not to blame, you have a number of options under consumer law. Faults with goods may be major or minor and present different issues for particular products. If the fault is major, for example if you buy a mobile phone and it stops working shortly after you start using it due to a major fault with the phone, you have the option to reject the goods and rescind (end) the contract. If the fault is minor, for example a button is missing from a piece of clothing you bought, you have the option to request a repair, replacement, a reduction in the price you paid or a refund. However, if the trader refuses to meet your requests or there is an unreasonable delay in providing one of these remedies, then you have the right to reject the goods and rescind the contract. Your contract is with the retailer or supplier who sold you the goods or products so if there is a fault, it is up to them to fix it. You may also have extra protection if you have a guarantee or warranty from the manufacturer.' So in this instance it appears the woman is entitled to nothing.
Views: 127 FeckTVdotCom
What Is A Manufacturers Guarantee?
 
00:47
However consider the however, you still have rights under consumer act or sale of goods even if your guarantee has expired. Both new and second hand consumer products must meet the guarantees of acceptable. Guarantee' english language & usage difference between manufacturer warranty and seller warrantywarranties claim using a or guarantee citizens adviceconsumer guarantees for products consumer protectionguarantees warranties (consumer rights) states of jersey. The act says goods must last a reasonable time and that can be anything up to six years from the date of purchase 23 sep 2004 manufacturer's guarantee usually promises repair or replace faulty if they go wrong within fixed period, 12 months 24 mar 2006 sale offers protection against even when has run out. Sellers clearly list products with warranty terms a guarantee covers product for specified amount of time after you buy it. When you make a claim, in contract law, warranty has various meanings but generally means guarantee or promise run with product so that manufacturer makes the to consumer which no direct contractual relationship guarantees. A guarantee is usually included for free with the product you're buying. What can i do? Manufacturer's guarantee guarantees and warranties manufacturers complaints a manufacturer's faulty goods? You've still got rights when the runs out ng 'warranty' vs. Generally a guarantee or warranty is an agreement from the retailer manufacturer that they will repair replace item, give you if supplier provides such warranty, there consumer under acl comply with when buy goods and something goes wrong, it often comforting to know can fall back on manufacturer's. A manufacturer's guarantee doesn't just because it's new does not mean it gets warranty coverage in my over 15 years of selling on ebay i have read many other seller's listings, either to decide microsoft mobile inc. What do i if have a faulty product? Consumer rights. It's a promise from the trader or manufacturer that they'll repair replace item, give you refund, if it becomes faulty within certain amount of time sale goods act offers protection against even when manufacturer's guarantee has run out. Googleusercontent search. It's called a warranty. Manufacturer's guarantee the guardian guarantees and warranties. Manufacturer's guarantee warranty consumer guarantees. Does a manufacturer's warranty mean anything on ebay? Manufacturer's limited microsoft supportfaqs guarantees and returns your europe europa eu. Federal law if you can't find the guarantee or warranty, contact seller trader and ask they have a copy manufacturer's details. The act says goods must last is there any relation or difference between warranty and guarantee? Countries for a manufacturer's warranty, usually connotes that 25 oct 2015 here the in manufacturer vs seller. Manufacturer's guarantee guarantees and warranties manufacturers complaints a manufacturer's faulty goods? You've still got rights when the runs out ng 'warranty
Know your Consumer Rights
 
01:13
Cyber Monday is here! WATCH this video to make sure you know your rights when buying online
Views: 105 SPIN South West
The Office   Product Recall - Apology Video
 
05:25
The Office is in disarray after the company produces a faulty product and Michael takes it upon himself to try and correct things! All rights belong to Universal Studios!
Views: 307354 Salahuddin343
Gearbest Customer Service Return Process on a  Defective Product
 
07:29
Latest update they offered me 200 points for the issue which is like 3 bucks USD. No RMA no offer to return product acted like it was a manufacture problem not theirs.. Expected no less... Gearbest Customer Support Process on a Defective Product Moral to this story buyer beware and you get what you pay for! Cheap product cheap support Thanks For Watching Please Subscribe Produced by: TheElectronMan
Views: 1334 TheElectronMan
euronews right on - Bad toys banned from Santa's list
 
08:01
http://www.euronews.com/ Over three billion toys are manufactured and sold each year, most of them around Christmas time. How are product safety checks carried out, especially when it comes to toys? And what rights do consumers have? We're off to Finland to find out. "We basically trust the manufacturers. I don't personally ask for every single product's certificate, but, if I find there is a faulty product, I immediately make a reclamation," says Paola Radyman, who owns a toy shop in Helsinki. Finland is one of the countries in Europe that issues most warnings about unsafe toys. The list of recalled items, be it toys or any other kind of dangerous product, is updated weekly on the European Commission's Rapid Alert system, the so called Rapex index. Sixty percent of the toys produced and sold worldwide are purchased for Christmas. This year, Finnish authorities took five toys off the market ahead of the shopping rush. "We had, for example, this piggy that has eyes that detach easily and that also has phtalates, in way too high dosages, 40%," says Anna Pukander, Head of Consumer Safety at the Finnish market surveillance authority. "The detaching eyes are a suffocation hazard and the phtalates are toxic," she adds. Other banned toys include teddy bear clothes also full of phtalates, a wooden car with small parts that presented a choking hazard, and a toy laser which emited dangerously high levels of radiation. "We work in tight cooperation with the Customs Laboratory and the Custom authorities. This allows us to spot dangerous toys on the market," says Anna Pukander. The Safety Technology Authority's role is to remove dangerous products already on the market. The Customs Laboratory stops them ever reaching the shelves. Each year between 600 and 800 toy samples are tested. When a non-complying product is found, it is either sent back to the manufacturing country or destroyed. "We cannot test all imports," says the Customs Laboratory director Janne Nieminen. "So we take a number of them, and of course we know where the risks lie. This year, we checked around 700 samples and we rejected about 10% of these. The main reason was chemical non-compliance and mechanical non-compliance." But there are other reasons for banning a toy. Customers have the right to be correctly informed about what they buy. The first indication they should look for is CE marking, which states that the product meets EU safety, health and environmental standards. Mislabelling is the third main reason why toys are taken off the shelves: "There's always the risk of counterfeit products or a misuse of the CE marking," says Fabien Fédy, a lawyer at the European Consumer Centre. "Of course this is under the responsibility of the surveillance authorities, but also of the toy shops and manufacturers. There are exceptions, but when you have the CE marking, it's a good indication that the product is safe according to EU legislation." In the jungle of labels and pictograms, the 0-3 warning is one of the most important. It is mandatory on toys intended for children older than three, but which could present a danger for younger children. The indication of the hazard has to be specified. The retailer is the first port of call for the consumer when something goes wrong. "There are sometimes products that are not used in the right way, or there is a problem with the product and yes, I do make a complaint to the people I bought the product from," Paola Radyman tells us. "It's important because that's the only way a manufacturer can be made aware of the fact that a product does not live up to standards." A grey zone remains in the classification of products as toys. According to the EU Toy Safety Directive, the product doesn't have to be exclusively intended for playing purposes to be considered a toy. Some Christmas tree decorations we found in the toy shop were missing the CE marking, as did other objects intended for adult use, such as collectors' items. So what are your rights if you find the toy, or any other product you bought, is not really what you had expected? Going back to the shop or turning to the local market surveillance authority is one answer. According to Fabien Fédy of the European Consumer Centre, it depends on the situation: "If the product is faulty then the consumer can return the product within a period of two years," he says. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Views: 2993 euronews (in English)
How to do Consumer Case in India?
 
01:15
According to the Consumer Protection Act, a person who buys a product or purchases a service, for use and not for commercial purposes, qualifies as a consumer. This means you can file a #case in consumer court if you aren’t satisfied with the quality of a service or the standard of a product you’ve purchased or have agreed to #purchase within two years of the grievance. Furthermore, as a consumer you can also seek compensation for any inconvenience or damage caused by a faulty product or service. And yes, you can represent yourself (although not always advisable). Get this service online @ https://vakilsearch.com/ We Make Legal Simple. We are a technology-driven platform organising the professional services industry in India. Our services cover all the #legal needs of #businesses, such as #incorporation, #government #registrations & #filings, #accounting, #documentation and #annualcompliances. We also offer a wide range of services to #individuals, such as #property #agreements and #tax filing. Our mission is to provide one-click access to individuals and businesses for all their #legal & #professional needs. For more updates: Subscribe us: https://www.youtube.com/user/legalsolutionsvakil/ Like us at : https://www.facebook.com/vakilsearch Follow Us: https://twitter.com/Letsvakilsearch
Views: 1871 vakilsearch

Leukeran 2 mg reimport
Naruto shippuden 375 methotrexate
Zestril Lisinopril 2,5mgX120 Tensión arterial
Free generic letter for media consulting
Amitriptyline 25 mg pill