Consumers’ Rights

I read an interesting article this morning about the rights granted to
US consumers when purchasing faulty goods.  Did you know that
you’re potentially entitled to a repair/replacement/refund if you find
something doesn’t work with your purchase, up to and beyond as much as 6
months after the purchase date?  If your faulty equipment is in
repair for an inordinate amount of time, you can still demand a refund
or replacement etc.

Here’s a post for UK residents, about consumer rights when buying faulty computer equipment.

Quotes to remember for the next time you’re talking to an obnoxious repair specialist or manager:

Uniform Commercial Code
“Satisfactory Quality”
“Repair in Reasonable Time”
“Fit for Specific Purposes”
“It is the retailers responsibility, not the manufacturers”
“Significant Inconvenience”