What are the 8 basic rights of a consumer?

What are the 8 basic rights of a consumer?

The eight consumer rights are: Right to basic needs, Right to safety, Right to information, Right to choose, Right to representation, Right to redress, Right to consumer education, and Right to healthy environment.

What are consumer rights class 10th?

Right to Be Informed: A consumer has the right to have correct information about a product. A pack of a product also needs to mention the MRP (Maximum Retail Price) and a consumer can complain if the seller asks for more than the MRP. Right to Choose: A consumer has the right to choose from different options.

What are the rights and responsibilities of consumers?

The Right to Safety and protection from hazardous goods or services. The Right to be Informed and protected against fraudulent, deceitful or misleading information and to have access to accurate information and facts needed to make informed choices and decisions.

What are the 5 rights of a consumer?

In this lesson, we will identify and discuss the five major rights of consumers: safety, information, choice, voice, and redress.