Muscat Daily - 8/21/2019 11:21:10 PM - GMT (+4 )
This is part of PACP’s efforts to settle complaints amicably between the parties as per the Consumer Protection Law.
Walid bin Ali al Rawahi, director of Complaints Department, said that PACP has recovered RO137,065 in the auto and equipment sector, which comprised replacing 11 vehicles and 85 goods including spare parts and tyres. “An amount of RO203,151.37 was recovered from building materials, furniture and textiles sectors while RO20,414.55 was recovered for faulty electronic appliances, phones, watches, refrigerators, air conditioners and ovens.”
He said that most of the complaints received by the department focused on auto dealers and repair workshops, equipment and machinery and electronic equipment.
“This indicates the role played by PACP in consumer protection. It is an indication of the extent of response of commercial establishments and their keenness to settle disputes amicably, while emphasising the need for credibility in dealing with consumers and abiding by the provisions of the law in public interest,” Rawahi said.