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posted 3 years ago
Consumer protection laws regarding products never delivering promised features
Consider a feature for a product that is promised to be available in the near future (and subsequently never added), or a feature that is supposedly available now but for some reasons not functioning properly/at all (and never fixed by the manufacturer). What connects these two is that consumers pay for something which ultimately doesn't work. The question here is: what protection do consumers have in such situations?
  • United States
  • Commercial and Business Law

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