On 19 Jul 2001 12:12:23 +0100, Dave Neary wrote:
> John Moylan wrote:
> > EC consumer rules theoretically extends to the US. You have one month to return goods purchased via
> > the net, or up to 3 months if the site in question does not have your consumer rights published.
> > JM
> > >>c) Buy in the US - no consumer protection if some UPS droid plays footie
> > with my parcel.
>> The question is, who's closer to the truth in consumer rights, me or
> her? I was rightly pissed off with Dixons, in any case, because she was
> only enforcing policy - the question is whether the policy is legal
> (only accepting returns if they're unopened, and only within 7 days).
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