What If There Is No” Written” Warranty?

These are called implied warranties. Most states have adopted the Uniform Commercial Code. This law provides that new products come with two important implied warranties. One covers the product for merchantability; the other covers the product for fitness. The warranty that covers merchantability assures that the product purchased will work if used for its intended Read more…

After I Ordered A Product Can I Change My Mind?

It depends. On occasion, a consumer gets pressured into making a buying decision. However, most states favor the view that purchases should be made voluntarily. In response to high-pressure sales tactics many states have enacted what is called a “cooling off” period in favor of the consumer. This means the consumer is afforded the protection Read more…