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As a retailer do I have to charge the price advertised on goods?

This is an interesting question which the group I was in debated at the F2 Business Huddle on Friday 10th February 2017.

Funnily enough on 13th February the BBC reported that customers of a large retail brand are being overcharged by out of date offers  177 more words

Protecting Reputation

Ways to resist...

There are many ways to fight back against the seemingly endless war on consumers beyond just fighting to keep the CFPB.  Today I’m writing to recommend one, but first a comment.  224 more words

Consumer Rights

Trump rolls back Obama’s anti-cheating rule

If my Twitter feed is indicative of events in the world, then Donald Trump is outraging people across the world with his first few actions as US President. 89 more words

Expense Account

Avoid Liabilities with these Simple Steps

Minimizing liabilities within your leasing process is an important aspect of protecting the communities you manage. Without performing thorough tenant screening, providing Adverse Action Notices and a Summary of Rights, and being mindful of national and state-wide legislation, you can easily get you and your property management company in a whole lot of legal trouble. 718 more words

Property Managers

Future of the CFPB During Trump’s Administration?

The ARM, debt collection industry and other media have had a lot to say about the future of the CFPB under Trump’s administration, both before and after the inauguration. 1,118 more words

NL Insider

The Credit Card Challenge continues: claiming under chargeback against Southern Rail...

Neither ABC nor the national press have been able to determine whether Sean’s refund went through under section 75 or a similar process called ‘chargeback’. Both American Express and Southern Rail have been (unsurprisingly) tight-lipped about the basis on which Sean’s claim was awarded. 288 more words

Consumer Rights

The Spectrum Files-As Spring draws near Snakes at Spectrum begin to emerge

Were you getting your hopes up with the supposed “Big Changes” over at Time Warner Cable? The new name “Spectrum” was supposed to bring “NEW” practices, new prices, new higher quality customer service. 670 more words

Consumer Rights