Modi government will give big relief to those who do online shopping, a new rule will come from this date

Modi government will give big relief to those who do online shopping, a new rule will come from this date


The Modi government is going to give a big relief to those who shop online. The central government will implement a new rule for e-commerce companies in the country from July 27, 2020. Along with the Consumer Protection Act 2019, new rules will also apply to these e-commerce companies. This rule is part of the Consumer Protection Act 2019. Companies will be prosecuted, including fines, for swindling customers who shop online after the new rules go into effect. Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan will announce the rule at a press conference on July 27 and will set guidelines for e-commerce companies for the first time in the country.
Modi government's gift to online shoppers
Now with the Consumer Protection Act 2019 will come new rules
Ram Vilas Paswan will announce the rule on July 27
The new rules will apply to e-commerce companies from July 27

🔸The new rules will apply to e-commerce companies from July 27

 After the new rules came into force for many e-commerce companies in the country, those who cheat with online shoppers will be penalized. E-commerce companies will be prosecuted if consumers are found guilty of online shopping. The new e-commerce law will bring relief to consumers as well as many new rights.

🔸Companies now have to look after the interests of consumers

 E-commerce companies will now have to look after the interests of consumers in the new consumer law. Whether the companies are registered in the country or abroad, the new rule also provides penalties along with fines. Companies will not be able to charge them if a customer cancels an order after booking. The company will also be fined for delivering bad goods. Information like refund, exchange, guarantee, warranty also needs to be on the portal of the e-commerce company. Along with this it will also have to state which country the product belongs to and in which country it is made. At the same time, false information or enticing prices or hidden charges will also be curtailed.

🔸 A nodal officer will be appointed for complaints of online companies

 According to the new e-commerce rule, a nodal officer will be appointed on the basis of online companies. This officer will be able to resolve customer complaints within a fixed time limit. The new rule requires any e-commerce company, large or small, to comply with the rules. Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan will inform about this rule on July 27, 2020.

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This rule will be implemented to protect the consumers due to the craze that is seen among the people regarding online shopping these days. Customers are attracted to many brands by going to different websites. With this in mind, the government has made a new rule. So that online shopping companies do not attract customers and harm them

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