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Topic: Consumer Protection Act 1999

Malaysiakini:
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Online scams spreading, consumers must be cautious
LETTER | What shocking news which was published recently where an average of RM2 billion is lost every year due to online scams and commercial crime.
The Borneo Post:
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Ng to be tried in court over refusal to pay RM195 for bicycle repair
Ng (third right) together with his lawyer and supporters at the Kuching Courthouse today.
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Senate passes three bills
KUALA LUMPUR (July 23): The Dewan Negara today passed three bills namely the Trademarks Bill 2019, Trade Descriptions (Amendment) Bill 2019 and Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019.
The Borneo Post:
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Senate passes three bills
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Negara yesterday passed three bills namely the Trademarks Bill 2019, Trade Descriptions (Amendment) Bill 2019 and Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019.
theSun:
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Senate passes three bills
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Negara today passed three bills namely the Trademarks Bill 2019, Trade Descriptions (Amendment) Bill 2019 and Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019.
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Amendments to the Consumer Protection Act to be gazetted soon, says Ministry
JOHOR BARU: The amendments to the Consumer Protection Act 1999 will be gazetted as soon as possible due to the increasing number of complaints the Domestic Trade and Consumers Affairs Ministry receives monthly.
The Star:
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Deal only with licensed tour operators
I AM perplexed with the Bernama report “1,057 tourism package fraud complaints made with the CCT” (July 9).
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Parliament passes Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019
KUALA LUMPUR (July 9): The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019 aimed at increasing the penalty on any party which fails to abide by an award made by the Consumer Claims Tribunal, was passed unan...
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Parliament passes Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019
KUALA LUMPUR, July 8 — The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019 aimed at increasing the penalty on any party which fails to abide by an award made by the Consumer Claims Tribunal, was passed un...
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Parliament passes Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019
KUALA LUMPUR: The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019 aimed at increasing the penalty on any party which fails to abide by an award made by the Consumer Claims Tribunal, was passed unanimously b...
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Domestic Trade Ministry records 325 offences in Terengganu since January
KUALA TERENGGANU, June 2 — The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) in Terengganu recorded 315 cases for various offences following the operations it carried out since January.
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‘PM for details’ as a selling tactic is illegal
KUALA LUMPUR, March 25 — The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) stressed that the existing law makes it illegal for online traders to ask buyers to “PM for details”.
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Action against online traders who fail to disclose product details
SHAH ALAM (March 13): To ensure that consumer rights are better protected, the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) will get cracking on online traders by making sure that they displ...
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Illegal for online traders to ask buyers to send private message for prices
SHAH ALAM: To ensure that consumer rights are better protected, the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) will get cracking on online traders by making sure that they display all prod...
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Vocal Consumer Association Urges The Introduction Of The Lemon Law In Malaysia
In a statement released by Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP), purchasers of vehicles which seem to have unsolvable technical issues should be given better consumer protection from the sellers.
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Introduce lemon law to protect car buyers, gov’t urged
A consumer group is urging the government to implement a “lemon law” to hold automakers responsible for defective projects and compel them to repair vehicles in accordance with the law.
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Introduce ‘lemon law’ to protect car buyers, consumer group urges Putrajaya
GEORGE TOWN, Feb 14 — The Penang Consumers’ Association (CAP) has called on Putrajaya to implement a “lemon law” to hold car manufacturers responsible for defective projects and compel them to...
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