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Faulty Goods

I recently ordered a coffee table from a furniture retailer as a gift for my parent’s anniversary, and when it arrived the item was damaged. The finish wasn’t the same as the one I had seen in store. Can you help?

When you purchase goods from a trader, the Consumer Rights Act 2015 states that they should be of satisfactory quality, meaning that there should be no faults or damage and the goods should be durable. The goods should also be the same as any sample or model that you were shown, match the sellers description and …

I recently ordered a coffee table from a furniture retailer as a gift for my parent’s anniversary, and when it arrived the item was damaged. The finish wasn’t the same as the one I had seen in store. Can you help? Read More »

COVID-19 & Faulty Goods: Know Your Rights

Throughout the public health crisis and resulting lockdown restrictions, consumeradvice.scot has received a significant increase in the number of cases relating to faulty goods and safety concerns. Between April and July this year, we have seen faulty goods cases increase by nearly 110%. Since March, Scottish consumers have witnessed a seismic change in how they interact with, and …

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