Consumer Protection Certification

Consumer Protection Certification

Consumer Protection Certification by WCPCC

Consumer protection is the practice of safeguarding buyers of goods and services, and the public, against unfair practices in the marketplace. Consumer Protection Act (CPA) 1999 (or Act 599) came into force on the 15th of November 1999 to provide legislative provisions for consumer protection. Consumer protection laws offer an important part of a reliable market economy as it advocates consumer 8 rights. These regulations will help keep sellers honest, with no threat of unpleasant trades, at the same time to build a healthy economic.

【Consumer Protection Certification】 is one of World Consumers’ Protection Chamber of Commerce (WCPCC)’s program to protect consumers from various unfair trade practices and to avoid exploitation.【Consumer Protection Certification 】indicates the compliance of products or services fulfilled with the standard requirements of quality and safety; issued in accordance with the procedure laid down for manufacturers, retailers, operators, agent businesses and so on, to differentiate normal product and excellent product that reaching appropriate level of quality and safety, especially those products achieved the standard of “Zero Return”.

【Consumer Protection Certification advocates the rights and interests of national consumers, helps the national certification audit of the trustworthy brand (TRUSTED),

The goal is to ensure and promote a healthy e-commerce economy and achieve balanced development.

  • Tough
  • Rational
  • Understanding
  • Sympathetic
  • Tidy
  • Excellent
  • Dependability

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