Consumer Law in India is mostly based upon Consumer Protection Act 1986, which contains a little over 30 provisions/sections and it was last amended in the year 2002. We try to offer free basic advise to enable you as a consumer to decide as to what steps you can take or what kind of action you can initiate against the wrongdoer company only and otherwise paid advise is also available. (Please go through our Disclaimer also!)
You submit a complaint. The complaint is reviewed and approved for posting in the website’s complaints section. In the next few days, selected complaints are either by the some companies themselves or else replied by some qualified legal person either through email or in the comments below the complaint. (P.S. Due to the huge number of complaints received at our end and our busy schedule, selected complaints are only replied)
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