The Consumer Bill of Rights

circa 1960


The right to a safe product

          One that will not harm their health or lives


The right to be informed for protection against fraudulent, deceitful, or grossly misleading information

          Given the facts needed to make informed choices


The right to choose

          To have available a variety of products and services at competitive prices.


The right to be heard

          The guarantee that consumer interests will be listened to when laws are being written.


The right to redress

          The ability to obtain from the manufacturers adequate payment if their product causes financial or physical damage.

Johanna Whitwell

Monday, February 9th, 2015

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