Consumer Bill of Rights
Consumers have a few basic rights that protect them from unsafe products or deceitful advertising. It wasn't until presidents Nixon and Kennedy that these rights were really emphasized.
Right to Safe Products
Consumers have to right to a safe product that will not harm their health or their lives. Consumers have the right to be sure that products won't harm them or malfunction.
Right to be Informed
Consumers have the right to honest advertising that protects them from fraudulent, deceitful, or grossly misleading information and to be given the information they need to make informed decision
Right to Choose
Consumers have the right to choose what product they will get. This protects consumers from monopolies that force them to buy one product
Right to be Heard
Consumers have the right to voice their opinion if they find a product dissatisfying or if they have concerns and it guarantees that companies will listen to complaints
Right to Redress
Consumers have the right to receive adequate compensation if they are harmed by a company's product either financially or physically